Author: Heather Dixon
Publisher: Greenwillow Books
Summary:Their mother is dead, and their aloof, critical father wants nothing to do with them. Stifled by mourning, Azalea and her eleven sisters cannot resist the enchanted world below their palace, the beautiful realm through the secret passage that allows them to dance, talk, and be themselves every night. Their magic world is guarded by the Keeper, a strange and mysterious man who seems both charming and gracious. Yet Azalea is suspicious. As their precious small trinkets go missing, and troubling dreams of her mother haunt her, Azalea becomes convinced that Keeper is not what he seems at all, and that his purpose in keeping them with him each night is far more sinister than they realize. When Azalea fails to comply, and a terrible magic releases Keeper into the world above, Azalea must turn to her estranged father for help to save her sisters and her father himself before Keeper’s ancient blood oath can destroy them all.
Review:“Twelve Dancing Princesses” was an enchanting fairy tale, but not one with a lot of length or substance. In Entwined,