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Brinnie has unwillingly settled into life in the mundane world, before dangers force her back into Wraithwood and her magical heritage. She’s happy to return, until those dangers follow her home and attack her family. In Mordizan, Alyssa Roat creates a thrilling sequel to Wraithwood, introducing new characters and moral quandaries in this Arthurian-inspired tale. Brinnie must learn that not all dark wizards are evil and not all enchantment wizards are good, all while discerning whom she can truly trust. Mordizan increases stakes, explains old characters for new readers, and serving a satisfying end while laying foundations for the next book.

Best for: Fans of Arthurian legend, urban fantasy, or portals to magical worlds.

Discern: Some mild emotional abuse, a brief torture scene, and mild violence in the context of war.

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