Margaret Rogerson is the author of the New York Times bestsellers An Enchantment of Ravens and Sorcery of Thorns. She has a bachelor's degree in cultural anthropology from Miami University. When not reading or writing she enjoys sketching, gaming, making pudding, and watching more documentaries than is socially acceptable (according to some). She lives near Cincinnati, Ohio, beside a garden full of hummingbirds and roses. Visit her at MargaretRogerson.com.
"If you are looking for magic you will find it inside this book.
Sorcery of Thorns is a bewitching gem, full of slow burning
romance, loyal friendships, and extraordinary world building. I
absolutely loved every moment of this story." * Stephanie Garber,
#1 New York Times bestselling author of the Caraval series. *
"If you loved the Hogwarts Library, or the Great Library of the Clayr, you'll be right at home at Summershall. Tightly paced, hugely atmospheric, with a touch of wry humor, this book had me from its Gothic beginning right to the perfect end." * Katherine Arden, author of The Bear and the Nightingale *
"Brimming with twisty enchantment, Sorcery of Thorns is Margaret Rogerson at her most playfully addictive. The heir apparent to Diana Wynne Jones, no one can match her dark whimsy or joyous magic. This book is sheer delight." * Jessica Cluess, author of the Kingdom on Fire trilogy *
"Like the grimoires that fill its pages, Sorcery of Thorns lives, breathes, and beckons you closer with each enchanting word. This is classic fantasy at its very best." * Julie C. Dao, author of Forest of a Thousand Lanterns *
* "An enthralling adventure replete with spellbinding characters, a slow-burning love story, and a world worth staying lost in." * Kirkus Reviews, starred review *
"Rogerson proves herself a worthy successor to Diana Wynne Jones in this moody, atmospheric, and lively classic fantasy...This enchanting story is sure to appeal to teen readers eager for more of the world-building, fierce friendships, and feminist heroines of Robin LaFevers and Naomi Novik." * School Library Journal *