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Book Review: Sofi and the Bone Song by Adrienne Tooley

  Hey readers of magic & queers, long time no see. Today is my our stop for  Sofi and the Bone Song  hosted by TBR and Beyond Tours.Thanks to publisher, author and  TBR and Beyond Tours  for providing me with an e-arc for my participation in the tour. Let's talk about the book first, the plot, In this gorgeous, queer standalone fantasy, a young musician sets out to expose her rival for illegal use of magic only to discover the deception goes deeper than she could have imagined—perfect for fans of  An Enchantment of Ravens ! Music runs in Sofi’s blood. Her father is a Musik, one of only five musicians in the country licensed to compose and perform original songs. In the kingdom of Aell, where winter is endless and magic is accessible to all, there are strict anti-magic laws ensuring music remains the last untouched art. Sofi has spent her entire life training to inherit her father’s title. But on the day of the auditions, she is presented with unexpected competition in the form

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