Sinners of Magic

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SINNERS OF MAGIC has been called "emotionally gripping, captivating and compelling, with a main character who has a modern feisty edge." More

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  • Category: Fiction » Fantasy » Epic
  • Words: 100,800
  • Language: English
  • ISBN: 9781310893216
About Lynette Creswell

Lynette was born in London, England, and from the tender age of five was raised by her grandmother and given books to help keep her quiet. Lynette found she had a passion for reading and subsequently started writing once she began school.

Years later, Lynette’s husband was so impressed with her ability to capture children’s imaginations with her short stories that he encouraged her love of writing by buying her a laptop in the hope she would write something more substantial. So with a little push in the right direction, Lynette decided to write a fantasy trilogy and the subject would be something that all children love to read about (and most adults too) – magic!

Lynette’s inspiration came from childhood books written by Enid Blyton. The Enchanted Wood and The Faraway Tree were her first real taste of fantasy and later on Stephanie Meyer’s Twilight Series captured her own vivid imagination.
Her first novel, Sinners of Magic was published in 2012 and is now receiving attention from both London and American film producers. Betrayers of Magic became the second book of the series followed by Defenders of Magic. Her new book, Clump, A Changeling’s Story is due to be released by October 2014.

Lynette lives in North East Lincolnshire with her husband and two dogs. Her two small granddaughters, who both live locally, are the apple of her eye.

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Review by: Robin Henricks on Aug. 8, 2014 :
The characters are well written and believable. The story was engaging and thoroughly enjoyable. I look forward to reading the rest of the series and any further books by Ms Cresswell.
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Review by: Deborah Childress on July 24, 2014 : (no rating)
This was a good read. I look forward to reading more.
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