A grown-up fairy tale

[E]ven in black and white, there are nuances of color reflected in author Erin Morgenstern’s words as she create a beautiful story that will light the imaginations of readers.

Read more: http://www.vcstar.com/news/2011/oct/29/night-circus-is-grown-up-fairy-tale/

Didn’t want the night to end

This is  wonderful novel which involves and draws the reader into its dream. Like Shakespeare’s Prospero, a form of magic is ended but it transmutes into something quite different and subtle.

Read more: http://www.yatterings.com/2011/10/30/a-night-at-the-circus-erin-morgensterns-the-night-circus/

Dazzling debut

Harry Potter meets Aimee Bender, set in the early 20th century.

Read more: http://www.bookshopsantacruz.com/staff/night-circus-erin-morgenstern

A never-ending dream

The circus itself was like having a dream that I didn’t want to end. Morgenstern’s writing was intricate and detailed yet everything is still shrouded in mystery making me yearn for more. 

Read more: http://jennys-books.blogspot.com/2011/10/night-circus-by-erin-morgenstern.html

Real magic

It is absolutely enchanting, Erin Morgenstern’s The Night Circus.

Read more: http://jennieenglund.blogspot.com/2011/10/real-magic-erin-morgensterns-night.html

Bippity Boppity Book

Morgenstern is definitely not lacking in the imagination department.  I found myself thinking I wish I could see this stuff for real every time a new circus attraction was revealed. 

Read more: http://bippityboppitybook.blogspot.com/2011/10/review-night-circus-by-erin-morgenstern.html

Ambrosia

This book fully satisfies like when you have just eaten a dessert which is your personal ambrosia.

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