Amal El-Mohtar, Hugo award-winning author and editor of the online poetry magazine “Goblin Fruit” reviewed the novel “Shadowhouse Fall”, the second book in Daniel Jose Older’s “Shadowshaper” series.
The novel’s protagonist is Sierra, a Brooklyn high school student and graffiti artist who is also a shadowshaper, with the ability to summon and transform spirits through her art. In the first book, “Shadowshaper”, Sierra united the shadowshapers among her friends and family. In the second book, the shadowshapers have to deal with a group of sorceresses who see them as dangerous rivals.
- Shadowhouse Fall is a book in the Shadowshaper series that holds true to form.
- Shadowhouse Fall is 358 pages long and written by Daniel Jose Older.
- There is a good balance in the book between magical threats and real world confrontations.
“Everything I loved about Shadowshaper is found in Shadowhouse Fall, but sharper and fiercer, pushed harder and farther.”