Molly's life changes for the better when she's sent to work at the castle. Though only seven years old, Molly understands and heeds her mother's advice--don't react to the visions you have. You'll only draw unwanted attention to yourself. That's right--Molly has visions and usually not happy ones. After a time, she becomes assistant to the Gentleman of the King's Silver. While polishing a silver bowl, Molly receives visions that reveal a plot to annihilate the royal family. With the help of her friend Tobias, Molly rescues Prince Alaric from an attack. But you can't run from a curse forever. Can Molly find the source before it's too late for the prince?
What I thought: This book hooked me from the first few lines. My preference for first person point-of-view grows. Molly is a great narrator (This book would pair well with Alchemy & Meggy Swann.) The story line was unique and I kept guessing until the end. The villain was unexpected. Overall, an excellent medieval fantasy.