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Faeries were often accused of taking children and leaving changelings in their place. Today’s post is about bookish changelings — a book that you picked up that wasn’t at all what you thought it would be.
[gif of golden retriever puppy dressed as a faerie, biting on a wand.]
I recently read The Enchanted by Rene Denfeld. It was highly recommended by a friend, and I honestly thought it was going to be a fantasy book. The jacket talked about an enchanted prison with all sorts of magical creatures, so you can’t really blame me. However, that is not what the book was about at all. It was still an incredibly good book, but it was the textbook definition of a changeling book. Here’s a link to my Goodreads review.