Tag: Jo Fletcher Books

Brightfall by Jaime Lee Moyer

Maid Marion lives in Sherwood Forest with her two children and a dragon. Robin left long ago to live in the Monastery. She uses herbs and alchemy to keep her family safe. She has news that there is mystery around a number of deaths, some close to her heart and Tuck has asked her to

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Priest of Bones by Peter McLean

Tomas, a priest and leader of his bedraggled army are returning home after a long war. They find an Inn full of beer and dregs of food but it all goes sour and Kant is killed by Tomas. All appear immune to death and leave him dead on the floor.  Jochan, who happens to be

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Lord of Secrets by Breanna Teintze

How would you feel if you ran into an Invisible Wizard? Corcoran Gray (a wizard, who just happens to be waiting for an invisible potion to wear off) is resting in a barn, when a woman literally runs into him,. As his powers wain, Brix is closely followed by soldiers and they are both captured

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BOOK REVIEW: Our Child Of The Stars by Stephen Cox

This book is an emotional rollercoaster from start to finish and I loved every minute. To think this is Stephen Cox’s debut novel is astounding. A young couple in the midst of a turbulent time in their marriage after loss, find a child who needs nurturing and to be kept safe. Molly a nurse is

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BOOK REVIEW: Foundryside by Robert Jackson Bennett

Fantasy has had a bit of a resurgence in the last ten years or so with the likes of The Songs of Fire and Ice, Mistborn, and The Kingkiller Chronicle. And now, after reading Robert Jackson Bennett’s Foundryside, I believe we can add one more to this list. With his unique take on magic as

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BOOK REVIEW: Hidden People by Alison Littlewood

The Hidden People is a novel firmly steeped in the Gothic tradition, with Victorian-styled prose that explores the familiar dichotomies pertinent to literature of that era: city versus rural, genteel versus peasant, fact versus fiction, real versus imagined. Unfortunately, the effect it produces on the reader is also one of dichotomy: at times carrying off

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