Swift - 

R.J. Anderson Can R.J. Anderson write a bad book? It seems not.Swift was as charming as the Faery Rebels books, and I am so glad, because it's such a wonderful world, I would hate to have to leave it. There were some very interesting issues in this book, about the role of women in society and the relationships between parents and children but, as always in R.J. Anderson's books, none of it was ever preachy and, more importantly, it flowed seamlessly into the plot.Honestly, these books are so lovely, I'm really excited for the next one.