Ladysmith Chronicle - August 5, 2009
"Dunstan Muller creates a lovely but sinister fairy world full of beautiful food and music...[She is] an engaging writer, who keeps the plot moving quickly and surprisingly."
Canadian Children's Book News - August 1, 2009
"Detailed, descriptive language brings the faerie world and its inhabitants vividly to life, creating the sense that there is something more sinister going on than what is initially revealed to the reader (and the twins)...Fast-paced and suspenseful."
Southwestern Ohio Young Adult Materials Review Group - July 21, 2009
"A great magical story with fun complications like special berries that prevent a memory loss enchantment. The fast moving plot is supported from all angles by supernatural details that require quick thinking by the twins if they ever want to return to the mortal world. Highly recommended."
Booklist - May 15, 2009
"A good introduction into the sinister world of pixies. The imagery... is creepy, but not gruesome, and should enchant and engage readers who might have been hesitant to read a 'fairy story' in the first place."
Resource Links - April 1, 2009
"Devoted fantasy readers will enjoy the majesty and danger of the Otherworld, and the rituals of the solstice. The rich description, interestingly different twins, and quickly moving plot should enchant young readers."
Kirkus Reviews - March 15, 2009
"The fast pace, believable dialogue (particularly Breanne's adolescent baditude) and relatively short length make this a good choice for reluctant readers seeking a fiendish-faery fix."
CM Magazine - February 20, 2009
"A thoroughly satisfying tale where all the protagonists' actions are true to their character and everyone works through difficulties in a completely believable-if fantastical-way...It's a great story! Highly Recommended."