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Garden Spells by Sarah Addison Allen

Garden Spells by Sarah Addison Allen


4.6 out of 5 stars
  • 5 Stars76%
  • 4 Stars16%
  • 3 Stars6%
  • 2 Stars0%
  • 1 Star2%
4.65 / 5 based on 51 Reviews

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Garden Spells by Sarah Addison Allen
Garden Spells by Sarah Addison Allen
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Danielle W.
Clearfield, UT
20 reviews
I am a huge fan of Sarah Addison Allen, so it's no surprise that I loved this book.
Kasondra L.
San Jacinto, CA
41 reviews
This book was good. It's not my usual genre but I enjoyed reading it even though it had magical aspects.
Shannon H.
Odessa, TX
58 reviews
I have reread this a couple times. It's gripping and beautiful from the first couple of sentences.
Jennifer M.
Altoona, PA
83 reviews
Intriguing and sweet, but not the most complex writing out there. Still it is entertaining.
Meghan E.
Nashville, TN
215 reviews
A co-worker lent me this book to check out a few summers ago, and I was surprisingly intrigued! I wasn't expecting to like this one as much as I did. It was endearing and had a southern feel to it that reminded me of some of my favorite movies (Fried Green Tomatoes, The Divine Secrets of The Ya Ya Sisterhood, and Steel Magnolias.) If you're looking for a unique summer read that's easy but wonderful, a sweet mix of a little bit of everything - I definitely recommend this one. I was surprised at how attached I was to the characters.
Lindsay T.
Orchard Park, NY
314 reviews
This novel was very boring and predictable. The writing was not very intelligent. You are better of watching the movie Practical Magic.
Brittni S.
40 reviews
If you took Practical Magic and Sleeping with the Enemy and mashed them together, this book would be the result. Two sisters, Claire and Sydney grew up with their grandmother after their mothers death. The house has a magical garden whose plants all create different effects by eating them, and the whole town knows it. Claire, the oldest sister, lives in the house alone and runs a catering company specializing in this experiential eating. The younger sister Sydney has not been in contact with anyone fro the town, inducing her family, when one day, she shows up with a daughter, and a mysterious past. The sisters grow and learn together, and make up for lost time as they experience new phases in their life together. In the end Sydney’s secret comes to light in an exciting climax.
Patricia C.
Livermore, CA
257 reviews
I really enjoyed this book. It's an interesting, entertaining quick read. Magic, love, and life...what more do you need.
Lee Ann Q.
ST. JOHN'S, Newfoundland and Labrador
586 reviews
Magically , good read Love it On a summer evening , Makes a nice gift , The towns people and characters are entertaining
Denise M.
Calgary, Alberta
39 reviews
Sarah Addison Allen is on my auto-buy list, and has been since the first book of hers that I read.
Tiffany P.
426 reviews
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Tammy F.
Williamsburg, IA
178 reviews
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Amber J.
Champlin, MN
44 reviews
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