Friday, 1 June 2012

This Week's Featured Books #1

Here they are! 

This week's featured books in the
Making Connections Group. 

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to grab yourself a copy to read and review!
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On the island of Cercia, the gods are dead, killed by their followers and replaced with the study of magic. Magicians are forbidden to leave their homeland. Laws bind these men that prevent them from casting spells on the living—whether to harm or to heal.

Quentin, a young nobleman, challenges these laws out of love for his wife. His best friend, Asahel, defies authority at his side, unaware that the search for this lost magic will bring them both to the edge of reason, threatening their very souls. The Universal Mirror shows how far two men are willing to go for the sake of knowledge and what they will destroy to obtain it.

 In the age of Amazons, fighting spirit and a courageous heart revealed a warrior’s true strength. Threso proved her prowess a decade earlier, in an epic battle against invading Spartans. Now, as she enjoys the continued peace, she looks forward to a possible future with her young recruit, Kreousa. But the gods lay a challenge to discover who has the strongest warrior spirits: Amazons or Spartans. Because the gods have a wicked sense of humor, the Spartans are undead. To make matters worse, they have chosen the unseasoned Kreousa to accompany Threso. Will Threso lose the one woman who has instilled a song of love in her.

Ulat, the best hunter in the village, is dead. Ledeth, the aging shaman, must prepare the body so the victim's spirit may rest. Many of the Clan are lost to the innumerable hazards of their world, but when Ledeth realizes Ulat's death was the deliberate act of another human, he must find the killer - for the good of the Clan.

Five thousand years before Sherlock Holmes or "The Murders in the Rue Morgue," there was crime. And where there is crime, there are those committed to justice.

For, without justice, we are nothing more than clever apes.

1 comment:

  1. Sheri and Tana, this blog page is just awesome! I love everything about it. Judith