Tedious, unlike the first book, and not just because I do not knit. Read this book (#3) before #2, but I don't think it would have made any difference. Thought it would never end and almost put it up for give away a couple of times without finishing it.
The third installment in the Casting Spells series does not fail to please. Sugar Maple disappears! and forces Chloe, Luke, Janice & Penelope to Salem to look for answers. We learn a lot about the history of the people of Sugar Maple, why they left Salem & who stayed behind. Chloe also learns more about her family and about herself.
Although this could have easily been the last in the series, Bretton leaves us with a teaser that can not be the end :)
Overall, I enjoyed this installment. There were a few places where the story dragged and then others where things moved so fast I had to slow down my reading to take it all in. However, if you enjoyed the first two books in this series, you should certainly enjoy this one.
great series just keeps getting better can't wait ot read #4