Goodreads Monday: Daughter of the Forest

Goodreads Monday is a weekly meme where we randomly select a book from our Goodreads To Be Read list and share it with the world. It’s hosted by Lauren’s Page Turners, so be sure to link back to her site so that we can all see what everyone plans to read!


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Daughter of the Forest (Sevenwaters #1)
by Juliet Marillier
Fantasy
411 pages
First published April 1999, by Tor Books


From Goodreads: Lovely Sorcha is the seventh child and only daughter of Lord Colum of Sevenwaters. Bereft of a mother, she is comforted by her six brothers who love and protect her. Sorcha is the light in their lives, they are determined that she know only contentment.

But Sorcha’s joy is shattered when her father is bewitched by his new wife, an evil enchantress who binds her brothers with a terrible spell, a spell which only Sorcha can lift–by staying silent. If she speaks before she completes the quest set to her by the Fair Folk and their queen, the Lady of the Forest, she will lose her brothers forever.

When Sorcha is kidnapped by the enemies of Sevenwaters and taken to a foreign land, she is torn between the desire to save her beloved brothers, and a love that comes only once. Sorcha despairs at ever being able to complete her task, but the magic of the Fair Folk knows no boundaries, and love is the strongest magic of them all


 

I’ve been wanting to read some older adult fantasy titles, and Juliet Marillier is one author that’s always been in the back of my mind, but I’ve never sat down with one of her books. Sometime before the end of the year, I want to give her debut, Daughter of the Forest, a shot because I’ve heard nothing but good things about Marillier’s books.

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