Tag: dragons

Review: Soulwoven, Jeff Seymour

Review: Soulwoven, Jeff Seymour

Soulwoven is a proper old-school high-fantasy, complete with dragons, swords and sorcery. Brothers Cole and Litnig each have strange dreams that lead them to an awful discovery. The heart dragon statue at the temple has been broken, the soulweavers guarding it butchered. If the other heart dragons are broken, the great… Read more »

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Review: Talon, Julie Kagawa

Review: Talon, Julie Kagawa

This is Philippa and Angelya’s joint audio review for Julie Kagawa’s new young adult book, Talon. The review is an extract from episode 16 of Tea in the Treetops Podcast, originally recorded on November 12, 2014. You can find links to all our podcast episodes on the main podcast page. Quotes… Read more »

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Review: Dreamwalker, JD Oswald

Review: Dreamwalker, JD Oswald

There are two intertwining stories in Dreamwalker. Benfro the dragon kitling and Errol, a young human, don’t actually meet each other in this book, but their stories are quite similar as they grow up in their separate little worlds. Each of them learns to use the Grym, the magic that connects… Read more »

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Review: A Creature of Moonlight, Rebecca Hahn

Review: A Creature of Moonlight, Rebecca Hahn

Marni is the Dragon’s daughter, born after her mother ran away to the woods and was one of the only women ever to make it out again alive. For carrying a half-human monster, her mother was killed by her own brother, the prince. The infant Marni was spared and sent… Read more »

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Review: The Deepest Night, Shana Abe

Review: The Deepest Night, Shana Abe

Like the first book in this series, The Sweetest Dark, I found this novel intriguing but where book 1 fell a bit flat for me, The Deepest Night was interesting and engaging. The Deepest Night starts off after Jesse’s death and Lora is mourning and at a loss where she… Read more »

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Review: Seraphina, Rachel Hartman

Review: Seraphina, Rachel Hartman

I became the very air; I was full of stars. I was the soaring spaces between the spires of the cathedral, the solemn breath of chimneys, a whispered prayer upon the winter wind. I was silence, and I was music, one clear transcendent chord rising toward Heaven. I believed, then,… Read more »

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Review: The Sweetest Dark, Shana Abe

Review: The Sweetest Dark, Shana Abe

I loved the sound of this book from the synopsis, it was historical and it was also a fantasy book with dragons and beautiful gothic castles! While I did enjoy reading this book the entire time I just felt that something was missing, I wondered if this was a spin… Read more »

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