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Margaret writes fantasy for young adult readers. She lives near Cincinnati, Ohio, and when she's not reading or writing she enjoys drawing, watching documentaries, making pudding, gaming, and exploring the outdoors in search of toads and mushrooms.
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Margaret Rogerson - 2021-10-05
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"Vespertine" is a breathtaking YA fantasy about a young Gray Sister named Artemisia, who must defend her world against restless spirits of the dead. When her convent is attacked by possessed soldiers, Artemisia awakens an ancient spirit bound to a saint's relic, but wielding its extraordinary power almost consumes her. Facing a sinister mystery of saints, secrets, and dark magic, Artemisia turns to the last remaining expert for help: the revenant itself. But as their bond grows, she realizes that facing this enemy might require her to betray everything she's been taught to believe.
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Sorcery of Thorns
Margaret Rogerson - 2019-06-04
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In a world where all sorcerers are believed to be evil, Elisabeth, raised amongst magical grimoires in a Great Library, dreams of becoming a warden to protect her kingdom. But when an act of sabotage unleashes the library's most dangerous grimoire, Elisabeth finds herself implicated in the crime and forced to team up with her sworn enemy, Nathaniel Thorn, to stop a centuries-old conspiracy that could destroy the Great Libraries and the world. As alliances shift and Elisabeth begins to question everything she's been taught, she discovers a power she never knew she had and a future beyond her imagination.
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An Enchantment of Ravens
Margaret Rogerson - 2017-09-26
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Immerse yourself in a magical world where Isobel, an artistic prodigy, risks everything for her dangerous clients: the fair folk. When she receives her first royal patron, she makes a fatal mistake that lands her in a world of trouble with Rook, the autumn prince. With their lives at stake, Isobel and Rook must depend on each other for survival, and their alliance grows into love that violates the fairy courts' laws. Isobel's unique gift as an artist has the power to make the fair folk feel, and she must use her craft to fight for their survival.