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Cassandra Harwood scandalized her nation when she became the first woman magician in Angland Now she's ready to teach a whole new generation of bright young women at her radical new school the Thornfell Co Hooray Thornbound is out now You can find it at Kobo Smashwords Barnes and Noble and iBooksHere s a snippet from the end of Chapter One just for fun At the other end of the house the great bell sounded vibrating through the wallsI lifted my chin suppressing the panic that wanted to choke me and I gave my sister in law my most confident smile Well then I said let us go and welcome our first arrivals to Thornfell College of Magic

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Thornbound

Llege of Magic Until a sinister fey altar is discovered in the school library the ruling Boudiccate sends a delegation to shut down Thornfell and Cassandra’s own husband is torn away from her As malevole Cassandra is about to open her school of magic for women and naturally the Boudiccate in fear that this would start major social and governmental changes has sent representatives to find anything that would allow them to stop her going so far as sending her new husband on never ending missions to keep them apart If this wasn t enough a fey altar is found in the libraryIn this instalment Burgis widens the scope Cassandra is not the only one with huge stakes in this endeavour of hers I only hope the author carries on the narrative since I cannot wait to see how it all develops O

Stephanie Burgis ✓ 9 Summary

Nt vines slither in from the forest and ruthless politicians scheme against her Cassandra must fight the greatest battle of her life to save her love her school and the future of the young women of Angland Originally posted to I Should Read That Thornbound continues directly from Snowspelled and it is just as delightful as the first book Where Snowspelled focuses mostly on Cassandra as the only female magician in Angland although she has lost her powers Thornbound sees and women practicing magic with Cassandra as their teacher I really enjoyed seeing Cassandra move forward with her school and continue to push the boundaries of polite society but I m also glad that the book shifts its focus from just her to include an entirely new group of women I m absolutely fascinated by the gender politics in this world and can t wait to see how Burgis continues to play them outThe story arc of the book is both bitterly frustrating with what Cassandra and her


10 thoughts on “Thornbound

  1. says:

    Final review first posted on Fantasy Literature For over seventeen hundred and fifty years ever since the great Boudicca herself had sent the Ro

  2. says:

    Hooray Thornbound is out now You can find it at Kobo Smashwords Barnes and Noble and iBooksHere's a snippet from the end of Chapter One just for fun At the other end of the house the great bell sounded vibrating through the wallsI lifted my chin suppressing the panic that wanted to choke me and I gave my sister in law my most confident smile “Well then” I said “let us go and welcome our first arrivals to Thornfell

  3. says:

    This is the second book in the series with Cassandra Harwood as the main character After the events of Snowspelled Cassandra has found a new pur

  4. says:

    Thornbound is the second in The Harwood Spellbook Series and it continues shortly after SnowspelledCassandra Harwood has found a new purpose in life and has started the Thornfell College of Magic to educate the first generation of female magicians This radical move against the establishment meets with a lot of resistance from the Boudiccate Her new husband Wrexham is absent sent on a perpetual goose chase by Th

  5. says:

    Cassandra is about to open her school of magic for women and naturally the Boudiccate in fear that this would start major social and governmental changes has sent representatives to find anything that would allow them to

  6. says:

    Thornbound is the second book in the Harwood Spellbook series by Stephanie Burgis and we get to see Cassandra fulfilling her dreams as she open

  7. says:

    Another wonderful installment by Burgis It's opening day at Cassandra Harwood's new school for female magicians and Murphy's Law is hard at play The Boudiccate is looking for every excuse to shut down the new school the Great Library has taken a staunch position against the school and as Cassandra uickly learns all her supporters ar

  8. says:

    Review courtesy of All Things Urban FantasyTHORNBOUND starts abruptly on the night before students are set to arrive at Cassandra's brand new school of magic As you can imagine chaos can't help but ensue Set in an alternative historical England Angland where women rule politics and men are considered too emotional to do anything but magic THORNBOUND is a wonderful addition to The Harwood Spellbook seriesI've currently b

  9. says:

    Originally posted to I Should Read That Thornbound continues directly from Snowspelled and it is just as delightful as the first book Where Snowspelled focuses mostly on Cassandra as the only female magician in Angland although she has lost her powers Thornbound sees and women practicing magic with Cassandra as their teacher I really enjoyed seeing Cassandra move forward with her school and continue to push the boundaries of pol

  10. says:

    I think if you loved Snowspelled you’re really in for a treat with Thornbound And if you haven’t read Snowspelled yet you should consider picking it upSome time has passed since the ending of the last book and Cassandra is a busy bee getting ready for the grand opening of her new school She’s taken on a huge respons

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