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BIHR: Graceling by Kristin Cashore

Her first book in the Graceling Realm series was called Graceling. I love the “graces” or skills that allow them to be better than average at just one thing. They usually have odd colored eyes of two different colors. Unfortunately … Continue reading

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BIHR: The Parasol Protectorate by Gail Carriger

This series made me laugh out loud more than a few times if only for the very odd Victorian England names. The author, Gail Carriger, does a fantastic job of having a heroine that is able to work with all … Continue reading

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BIHR: Stork Trilogy Wendy Delsol

This modern setting fantasy was very interesting especially for its mix of Nordic theology with an American Midwest setting. I really enjoyed the personal growth of the main character in the first book Stork and how she discovered how to … Continue reading

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BIHR: Once Upon a Time by Dennis McKiernan

Overview There are five books in this series, also referred to as the “Faery Series” on the author’s homepage.  I eagerly waited and devoured them all upon their release. The series tells the story of four siblings from Faery who … Continue reading

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BIHR: Iron Fey by Julie Kagawa

Want to read about a heroine who learns her own destiny and how to save both her own world and the world of the Fey? What I loved most about this particular series was the combination of how the author … Continue reading

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BIHR: Pellinor books by Alison Croggon

This is a series I only recently discovered and wow was I missing out. There are four books in the series starting with The Naming. This was an epic fantasy along the lines of Tolkien. In some ways I found … Continue reading

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Books I have read and will recommend to others

Some people know I read. I read a lot, I mean 50+ novels a year a lot. I actually don’t keep track of how many books I read a year. I do know I regularly check out 5-10 books from … Continue reading

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