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  • Paola Wright

    Shadow of the Night by Deborah Harkness. Sequel to A discovery of witches and just as good. Now looking forward to final book in trilogy, due out July

  • Stratford Library

    Shadow of Night (All Souls Trilogy, #2) by Deborah Harkness. "Time traveling witches visit Elizabethan England- excellent as an audiobook!"

  • Suzanne Thomas

    I enjoyed how she interwove actual historical figures with her fictional characters.

  • T Masters

    Coming July 10, 2012.... and not a moment too soon! :) Great birthday gift for me, I might add

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I think I like this sequel's cover better then the first installment. Again with that gorgeous font, but there is something magical about bluish wood and metals on this cover.