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Sorrow's Knot Review Round Up (number 2)

I do love me my book bloggers. They -- together with a handful of friends -- are responsible for 80 or 90 percent of the books I read. Of course, it's always great when book blogger love you back! Some links.

Sorrow's Knot is a stunning, vivid, gorgeous read. One that will stay with you even after the book is closed. [Amitha Knight](

Sorrow's Knot is hands down one of the most beautifully written books I've read in a long time. [Best Books Ever]

('s Knot is an unapologetically terrifying gem of a tale. In fact, it rather resists classification. It's fantasy, but oh, it's horror. It's young adult, but it's really very middle grade, too. It's sad. But its moments of happiness are blinding. Which is why you really must read it so you can find out what it is for you. [Angieville](

Sorrow's Knot, by Erin Bow (Scholastic 2013), is one of the best books I've read this year. While I was reading it I was lost to the world in that best of bookish ways, and indeed during the last half of the book there was really no other world than that of the story, and I was no longer reading, but simply being there, and how can one say better than that?[Charlotte's Library](

dark, lush, emotional and captivating[On the Nightstand](

This is exactly the kind of book I want when I say I'm looking more multicultural fantasy. [Dear Author](

Sorrow's Knot has a definite place in my top 10 list for the year. It is actually one of the top three books I've read this year. I can not recommend it highly enough. [Random Musings of a Bibliophile](

Sorrow's Knot is a beautifully crafted tale, haunting and eerie, filled with suspense, curiosity, and old magic. - [Me on Books](

SORROW'S KNOT is one of my top reads for 2013. I hadn't gone 3 pages before I was drawn in and held spellbound by Erin's dark tale of love, friendship and madness. [Books for Kids](

Occasionally, in the middle of all of the books that you like, or mostly like, or really don't like but wish you did, or love but only with half your heart, there's a book that changes you a little bit as you read it. It holds you close and when you've closed the covers it stays with you. For me, this is one of those rare, wonderful books. [By Singing Light](

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