Ysabel has been one of Kay's most successful novels. It was nominated for the White Pine Award,[2] and spent five weeks as the #1 bestseller in Canada.[3] The Globe and Mail called Ysabel "a splendid addition to (Kay's) body of work", praising the novel's well-developed characters, interweaving of myth and believable relationships, and "breathless realism".[1] Ysabel was awarded the 2008 World Fantasy Award in the Novel category.[4]

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