Category Archives: Book review

Through a Glass Darkly advance review

A fellow authour of historical fiction, Jack Lewis Baillot, put out a request for advance readers of a new work of hers — only this time it’s not historical but contemporary. Adam Clark has just returned from the war in … Continue reading

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Sword at Sunset

It is. . . not like Pendragon’s Heir, and then again like it. Imagine a novel written by a woman in first person, in Artos’ voice, which oddly enough sometimes reads like Lewis writing in a woman’s voice (Till We … Continue reading

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A new story from Suzannah Rowntree!

You all already know how much I like Suzannah Rowntree’s Pendragon’s Heir, and if you don’t, you haven’t been reading this blog for very long. When I saw that she was publishing a new novella in her fairy-tale retellings series, and … Continue reading

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In Which I do something controversial (quite an oddity for me)

Having finally struggled through to the end of the Harry Potter series, I am, of course, going to write about it. I intended never to waste time reading the books, let alone watching the movies, but a couple of friends … Continue reading

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Review of Pendragon’s Heir by Suzannah Rowntree

“A thing that cannot be done without dishonour is not worth doing. The citizens of Heaven never have to choose between two evils.” Some time ago I stumbled across Suzannah’s website and, intrigued by her posts, looked up her books. … Continue reading

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Review of The Princess Spy by Melanie Dickerson

   A few weeks ago I won a book from Deborah, and when it came in the mail I read it. Now some books are so bad you never talk about them, and some are so good that once you start … Continue reading

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