Warning this review contains spoilers.
Two years have passed since Sabrina and Daphne’s parents had been kidnaped and put under a sleeping spell. They have been rescued and awoken now, but their problems aren’t over yet. The Scarlet Hand has over run Ferryport Landing! Also Mirror took over Granny Relda’s body and is trying to break the barrier that traps all the ever-afters in the town, so the rest of the Grimms (besides Jake), puck, Mr. Canis, and Red seek shelter with Charming’s army. Then the Bunny Lancaster a.k.a The Wicked Queen shows up to help, she fixes the broken magic mirrors, and they revile a prophesy that only Sabrina and Daphne can defeat Mirror and The Scarlet Hand. Naturally Daphne is all for it, but like all always Sabrina has her doubts. Will the Army of ever-afters listen to a couple of Kids? How will they defeat The Scarlett Hand? Will puck ever take a bath? (Ok I think we all know the answer to the last one is, NO) Find out in The Council of Mirrors.
What I thought of the book: Just when I thought Puck couldn't get any awesomer (yes that's a word) he surprised me. But like always, Sabrina never failed to annoy me. I also didn't like Basil (their little brother). He annoyed me even more than Sabrina, even though he barely said any thing. Although I used to think Veronica (their mom) was kind of cool, this book made her seem like an annoying cry-baby. I think that Daphne might have married Pinocchio. I can't believe Sabrina and Puck went like 5 years without seeing each other. They ended up getting married, so I'm not complaining, but I thought they would be at least friends their whole lives. It was a pretty good ending to the series, but over all, I liked the books before their parents were awake better.