I’d like to share a wonderful review by Libby Schofield for “Shadows in the Stone”. Thank you, Libby. I’m so happy you enjoyed the boy. The characters are dear to my heart.
Hello, internet! It’s been a while (once again) since I’ve stopped by, and I’ve really fallen behind on reading all the wonderful blogs I follow. With today’s snow day (snow week?) I thought I’d catch up on some things.
Back in January, Diane Lynn McGyver was kind and generous enough to give me a copy of her debut novel Shadows in the Stone (Quart Castle Publishing, 2012) to review. I feel awful that it has taken me so long to get around to it, but here I am!
Corporal Bronwyn Darrow is an honour-driven, hard working young dwarf (and not a Tolkien-esque dwarf, either) who is dedicated to rising in the ranks of the Aruam Castle. When he comes to be the legal guardian of Isla, a hauflin child, he learns, among other things, that there is more to life than work and status. Alaura of Niamh, a young enchantress…
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