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Tag Archives: Literary Fiction
Review: THE WINTER OF THE WITCH by Katherine Arden ~ seep yourself in the winter forests of medieval Russia in this fantasy triology ~ releases January 8, 2019
Title: The Winter of the Witch Winternight Trilogy Book 3 Author: Kathleen Arden Genre: Literary Fiction, Fantasy Pages: 384 Published by: Del Rey Published Date: January 8, 2019 Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC ASIN: B077LT812J Winternight Trilogy: The … Continue reading
Just Released: THE GIRL IN THE TOWER by Katherine Arden ~ a fantasy fiction of Russian mythological events ~ will evil prevail?
Title: The Girl in the Tower Winternight Trilogy, Book 2 Author: Katherine Arden Genre: Literary Fiction/Fantasy Pages: 384 Published by: Del Rey Published Date: December 5, 2017 Sold by: Random House LLC ASIN: B06X3TL4YD Winternight Trilogy ecopy purchase link: … Continue reading
Title: Weave for Me a Dream Dream Suite, Book 2 Author: Kathryn Lynn Davis Genre: Literary Fiction, Romance Pages: 551 Published by: Duncurra LLC Publication Date: July 13, 2017 Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC ASIN: B073XF3QWJ Publisher’s Summary: … Continue reading
Fear, a very powerful and ultimately destroying force. Will it be stopped? Title: The Bear and the Nightingale Author: Katherine Arden Genre: Literary Fiction, Historical Fantasy Story Setting: Deep in the north of Russia, Moscow—a time when sprites and legends … Continue reading
I stand and slow clap. Wow, no words. An enthralling, fantastic read! Title: Permanent Spring Showers Author: Scott D. Southard Genre: Contemporary, Literary Fiction Pages: 456 Published by: 5 Prince Publishing and Books LLC Published Date: February 5, 2015 ISBN-10: 1631120816 … Continue reading
“Southard has taken the facts about the great author and woven them into a credible, touching, and also entertaining portrait of a life.” -Historical Novel Society “For those of you who are exhausted by the innumerable retellings of Austen’s novels, … Continue reading