Going on at The Faerie Review Nov 30, Dec 1 and 2

So much has been going on at The Faerie Review the last few days – time to play catch up!


Serpent Rising by Victor Acquista

5 out of 5: Serpent Rising is a globe-trotting adventure. 
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A story of unfulfilled destiny, discovery, transformation, and courage to embrace the truth.

Morgan Le Fay: Small Things and Great by Jo-Anne Blanco

4 out of 5: Small Things and Great is a new perspective on the legends of King Arthur.
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Summer Warrior by Regan Walker

4 out of 5: Summer Warrior is strong and wonderful.
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This is the unforgettable saga of his path to victory that birthed the Kingdom of the Isles and won him the heart of a Norse king’s daughter.

Birth of the Fae: Locked Out of Heaven by Danielle M. Orsino

5 out of 5: Birth of the Fae is a magical read.
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Ride on the backs of fire breathing dragons with the Dark Fae and watch the Light Fae play in the shadows of primitive humanity as they build their magical world.

Yuletide at Moonglow by Deborah Garner

5 out of 5: Yuletide at Moonglow is a great way to get in the holiday mood this year.
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No one leaves Timberton without a renewed sense of hope for the future. 

The Mathematical Investigations of Dr. O and Arya by Arya Ökten and Giray Ökten

5 out of 5: The Mathematical Investigations of Dr. O and Arya will make math fun.
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A playful approach to some core ideas of mathematics, this book will help lay the foundation for understanding algebra and probability.

Blood Magic by Bobbi Schemerhorn

3 out of 5: Blood Magic is interesting.
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Can an ex-warrior, lost soul, and thief stop magic from falling into the wrong hands?

The Gift by Bobbi Schemerhorn

4 out of 5: The Gift starts off with a bang.
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To prevent the rise of evil, rules must be broken.

Tor by Bobbi Schemerhorn

4 out of 5: Tor is a refreshing new fantasy.
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When who you were born to be isn’t who you are meant to become.