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This book was provided for free by the publishers for review.
After entering a mysterious tent at the annual Augury Carnival where the words Come Inside and Discover Your Fortune are persuasively written, 17-year-old Madeline Morgan and her best friend, Dara, come face to face with Madame Anca, an ominous fortune teller who portends the girls' futures. Madame Anca's enticing prediction leads Madeline on a dark and mystical journey that forces her to deal with the illusions of love and her own inner strength.
First off, let me say that I love the cover of this book. I think it's really pretty and I love the colors. The jacket on this book really soft too. :)
The story-line of the book was pretty good. I liked the idea of it and I enjoyed reading it. I had wanted to read it for quite a while and I finally got the chance to pull it off of my bookshelf.
I only had two real problems with Fading Into Magic. First, it seemed like it went a little fast. It felt rushed in a lot of places that I felt needed more time to really grow and become what they were intended to be.
Second, it seemed like the main character was too leniant when it came to her love interest in the book. They would have an argument and to me, it seemed like she would agree or give up to easily. She was too accepting, in my opinion, of the things that were being thrown at her.
Overall, it wasn't so bad if you could get passed those two problems.
NOT TOO BAD.