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Chantress

by Amy Butler Greenfield

  • 332 Want to read
  • 25 Currently reading

Published by Margaret K. McElderry Books in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Supernatural,
  • Fiction,
  • Magic,
  • Singing,
  • History

  • Edition Notes

    StatementAmy Butler Greenfield
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPZ7.G8445 Ch 2013
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25307031M
    ISBN 109781442457034, 9781442457058
    LC Control Number2012012410

    Read Chantress Alchemy: Chantress, Book 2 reviews from parents on Common Sense Media. Become a member to write your own review. The Chantress Trilogy book series by Amy Butler Greenfield includes books Chantress, Chantress Alchemy, and Chantress Fury. See the complete Chantress Trilogy series book list in order, box sets or omnibus editions, and companion titles.

    Lucy races against time and magic in this “compelling sequel” (Booklist) to the “richly and thoughtfully written” (Publishers Weekly) is the last Chantress, the only remaining girl who can sing magic into the Edition: Reprint. Read Chantress, Book 1 reviews from parents on Common Sense Media. Become a member to write your own review.

    Chantress | Lucy's Chantress magic will make her the most powerful--and most hunted--girl in England. "Sing, and the darkness will find you." This warning has haunted fifteen-year-old Lucy ever since she was eight and shipwrecked on a lonely island. Lucy is a Chantress, possibly the last and, as a result, the only hope the revolutionaries (including the cute and smart Nat) have to destroy the Chantress-fueled magic of Lord Scargrave. The plotting is pedestrian to a fault and laughably simplistic, but Lucy is engaging enough, and Greenfield’s England balances the familiar with the Author: Amy Butler Greenfield.


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***Review posted on The Eater of Books. blog*** Chantress by Amy Butler Greenfield Book One of the Chantress trilogy Publisher: Margaret K. McElderry Books Publication Date: May 7, Rating: 4 stars Source: eARC from Edelweiss Summary (from Goodreads): Lucy’s Chantress magic will make her the most powerful—and most hunted—girl in England/5.

"Chantress is one of those rare books that's so beautifully written you want to read it slowly and savor every word, but the story is so compelling you want to race through the pages.

I loved it." -- Mary Pearson, author of The Adoration of Jenna Fox and The Fox Inheritance/5(41). "Chantress is one of those rare books that's so beautifully written you want to read it slowly and savor every word, but the story is so compelling you want to race through the pages.

I loved it." – Mary Pearson, author of The Adoration of Jenna Fox and The Fox InheritanceBook Edition: Reprint. Chantress (Chantress, #1), Chantress Alchemy (Chantress, #2), and Chantress Fury (Chantress, #3)Author: Amy Butler Greenfield.

Chantress touches on historical events, and kids will learn a bit about the history of the English throne in the mids. However, the book is set in an alternative timeline, so there are some significant differences; some of these are explained in the Author's Note.3/5.

***Review posted on The Eater of Books. blog*** Chantress Alchemy by Amy Butler Greenfield Book Two of the Chantress series Publisher: Margaret K McElderry Books Publication Date: May 6, Rating: 4 stars Source: eARC from Edelweiss Summary (from Goodreads): Lucy is the last Chantress, the only remaining girl who can sing magic into the world/5.

CHANTRESS ALCHEMY was an amazing second book. It did not in any way suffer from "The middle book syndrome" one bit. This book had me second guessing most, if not all of the twist, and the action and adventure kept me on my toes, While falling in love with the romance once again.4/5(11).

The beginning of the book threw me off a lil bit, because a year has passed since the ending of Chantress Alchemy, and Lucy and Nat have been apart during that time, b As this one is the last book in the trilogy, you might expect spoilers for the previous books happenings, so this is your warning to keep reading at your own discretion!/5.

Book of the Dead for the Chantress of Amun, Nany ca. B.C. Third Intermediate Period Archaeologists found this papyrus in the burial of Nany, a woman in her seventies.

She was a singer of the god Amun-Re. Nany also had the title "king's daughter," which probably means that she was a child of the high priest of Amun and titular king.

The CHANTRESS was an enticing blend of fantasy and historical fiction, that intertwined magic with a splash of romance to keep the reader reading well into the night. I was instantly hooked from the very first page. Chantress Alchemy departs a bit further from real 17th-century English history than Chantress did.

In the historical note at the end, the author gives a brief explanation of some of the things drawn from real life, such as the Invisible College (which is explained in a bit more detail in the first installment), the study of alchemy, and the introduction of the potato to Europe.3/5.

Overall, I really enjoyed this first book in the Chantress trilogy. It didn't feature very much action, but, since I was invested in the characters, I wasn't bothered. I'll be reading the next two books in the trilogy and am excited to see what Greenfield offers next.

2 people found this helpful. Helpful/5. "Chantress is one of those rare books that's so beautifully written you want to read it slowly and savor every word, but the story is so compelling you want to race through the pages.

I loved it." "With a spirited heroine, fearsome monsters, and luminous worldbuilding, this story had me hooked from the first : Amy Butler Greenfield. CHANTRESS ALCHEMY was an amazing second book. It did not in any way suffer from "The middle book syndrome" one bit. This book had me second guessing most, if not all of the twist, and the action and adventure kept me on my toes, While falling in 4/5.

Buy a cheap copy of Chantress book by Amy Butler Greenfield. Lucy’s Chantress magic will make her the most powerful—and most hunted—girl in England.“Sing, and the darkness will find you.” This warning has haunted Free shipping over $ Enchantress is a fictional supervillainess appearing in American comic books published by DC d by Bob Haney and Howard Purcell, the character made her first appearance in Strange Adventures # (April ).

The character, whose real name is June Moone, has periodically been depicted as an appears in the fifth volume of the Suicide Squad. Power and politics, heartbreak and danger, magic and mermaids—Lucy must conquer it all in the compelling conclusion to the enchanting series that began with Chantress and continued with Chantress Alchemy.

With a song, Lucy can control the wind and the water; she can bring castles and kingdoms to their ed on: A magical, musical read, that will leave you encha Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you.

4 Stars A hypnotic and alluring read, that delivers magic, corruption, rebellion, a kingdom in turmoil, an evil dictator, and the fight for survival that could possibly end it all for the better or worse The CHANTRESS was an enticing blend of fantasy and historical.

Lucy races against time and magic in this “compelling sequel” (Booklist) to the “richly and thoughtfully written” (Publishers Weekly) is the last Chantress, the only remaining girl who can sing magic into the world.

"Chantress is one of those rare books that's so beautifully written you want to read it slowly and savor every word, but the story is so compelling you want to race through the pages. I loved it." — Mary Pearson, author of The Adoration of Jenna Fox and The Fox Inheritance. Chantress - Ebook written by Amy Butler Greenfield.

Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read Chantress/5(7).Chantress 3 books in series out of 5 stars 26 ratings Chantress Publisher's Summary Lucy’s Chantress magic will make her the most powerful - and most hunted - girl in England.

“Sing, and the darkness will find you.” This warning has haunted fifteen-year-old Lucy ever since she was eight and shipwrecked on a lonely island.Chantress Fury, the final book in Amy Butler Greenfield’s YA historical fantasy trilogy, continues in the same vein as its two predecessors.

It’s beautifully written, gorgeously detailed, deeply emotional and romantic. Greenfield’s writing is elegant and perfectly polished.