Dani Hoots’ Review of Longbow Girl by Linda Davies

Longbow Girl by Linda Davies Release: February 23, 2016 Amazon/Barnes&Noble Publisher: Chicken House Reviewer: Dani Hoots Set in the wilds of the Welsh mountains, the brave and beautiful longbow girl, Merry Owen, discovers a river that takes her back in time to the autocratic kingdom of King Henry VIII. While there she finds she must…

Review of Mage’s Blood by David Hair

Amazon/Barnes & Nobles/Kobo/Goodreads Review Written by: Jessica Curtis Every twelve years a war occurs due to the moon tide drawing back enough that a bridge, the Leviathan bridge, which separates two continents is easy to be crossed. David Hair takes no caution when it comes to his comparisons to the countries portrayed in Mage’s Blood,…

Perdita Blog Tour Feature Part 1: Hilary Scharper Interview

  Perdita By Hilary Scharper Sourcebooks Landmark January 20, 2015 $16.99 Trade Paperback “Stunning… richly complex and unpredictable.” —Historical Novel Review Marged Brice is 134 years old. She’d be ready to go, if it weren’t for Perdita . . . The Georgian Bay lighthouse’s single eye keeps watch over storm and calm, and Marged grew…

Dani Hoots’ Review and Summary of Witch-Hunt by Marc Aronson

Witch-Hunt: Mysteries of the Salem Witch Trials by Marc Aronson Amazon/Barnes & Noble Published by: Atheneum Books for Young Readers Review by: Dani Hoots The mysteries behind the Salem Witch Trials has baffled scholars for many generations.  What was the truth behind the witch accusations? Did people really believe that Salem was plagued by witches or…

Special, Spoiler-free review of Deborah Harkness’ “Book of Life”

Amazon/Barnes&Nobles/Books-A-Million/GoodReads Part of Female Magic Wielder Month on A Bibliophile’s Reverie Please be advised that it is spoiler-free, in terms of having no explicit plot revelations. But, people these days are even more over-scrupulous (and even a little neurotic) about avoiding spoilers. If you want to avoid them at all costs, don’t read any reviews before…

Review of “Cromwell was Framed:Ireland 1649” by: Tom Reilly

Amazon.com / Barnes and Nobles/Goodreads Cromwell Was Framed: Ireland 1649 By: Tom Reilly Chronos Books Review Written by: Shonda Wilson There are moments when as a reader, one just wants a book to be good for a variety of personal reasons.  Perhaps the author is a favorite or the subject, but either way, the reader…

Review of “Kalamazoo Gals: A Story of Extraordinary Women”

Amazon.com (Kindle Edition)/Barnes and Nobles/ Official Book Website/Goodreads  Review written by: Paula Tupper Disclaimer: In accordance with FTC guidelines for bloggers and endorsements, I would like to clarify that the books reviewed by me are either purchased/borrowed by me, or provided by the publisher/author free of charge. I am neither compensated for my reviews nor…