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Publisher’s Weekly
Sayers (A Witch in Time) weaves romance, mystery, and a family curse into a spellbinding historical fantasy that stretches from 1920s Paris to modern-day America.  (Starred Review)

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Through beautifully orchestrated prose and careful, confident pacing, Sayers constructs a story that feels like sitting down with an older relative and slowly, over hours, getting all the family secrets in one juicy, enchanted package.

Library Journal
Highly recommended for lovers of timeslip fiction, readers who enjoy their genres very bent indeed, and those who have dreamed of running away to the circus. (Starred Review)

Publisher’s Weekly
Sayers traverses time periods effortlessly with lush, graceful descriptions of each era…This spiraling narrative will appeal to fans of historical fiction and complicated love stories who can stomach violence.

“A smart, engrossing debut from a writer to watch.”

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