Tag Archives: Fantasy

The Soul Mirror, by Carol Berg, and the Power of a Likable Protagonist 0 (0)

The Soul Mirror is the second in a series, but Berg does an interesting switch of protagonists and provides enough subtle background that the reader is brought up to speed quickly. In The Spirit Lens, we’re introduced to a Renaissance-like world poised to move into the realm of science. The first book is narrated by […]

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Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, by J. K. Rowling 0 (0)

Don’t worry, there are no spoilers here. Would someone who doesn’t touch her wrapped and addressed Christmas presents until December 25th ever attempt to ruin the fun for someone else? Any opinions?Illuminating (0)Interesting (0)Useful (0)Ho-Hum (0)

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Karavans, by Jennifer Roberson 0 (0)

I picked up Karavans because my friend absolutely loves Roberson’s Sword-Dancer Saga. I was a bit hesitant about this book since the name and the cover insinuated yet another rehashed story about gypsies lightly veiled with other names: i.e., travelers, wanderers, nomads, children of…. whomever, whatever. Any opinions?Illuminating (0)Interesting (0)Useful (0)Ho-Hum (0)

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