Beneath The Sugar Sky by Seanan McGuire (non-spoiler review)

Book: Beneath The Sugar Sky by Seanan McGuire

Rating: 4 stars


Beneath the Sugar Sky returns to Eleanor West’s Home for Wayward Children. At this magical boarding school, children who have experienced fantasy adventures are reintroduced to the “real” world.

Sumi died years before her prophesied daughter Rini could be born. Rini was born anyway, and now she’s trying to bring her mother back from a world without magic.


I adore this series and so of course I was excited to read the third installment


Ahhh. I may have loved this book the most. This book had the most interesting plot line out of the three and I loved getting to see all the old characters, plus I loved the new ones too. I loved Confection, it was crazy and insane and almost like Wonderland in that sense.


Seanan McGuire has a gift. Once again that sense of mystical whimsicalness remains and it’s just such a beautiful atmosphere that sucks you right in. Also though I’ve figure out why I adore this series so much. Along with it being a wonderfully enjoyable story it’s diverse and shows important messages like strength and self-acceptance.


I love how all of McGuire’s characters are diverse and so completely different and I love them ahh

A shorter, bullet-point review can be found on my Goodreads here.


Talk To Me

Have you read Beneath The Sugar Sky? Is it on you TBR? What about Seanan McGuire’s other books? Are your opinions the same as mine? Or are they totally different?

Until next time,



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