Praise for Passion Play
“Readers will be impatient for a sequel.” —Publishers Weekly
“Bernobich’s debut is a rich, compulsively readable fantasy.” —Booklist
"Passion Play immediately plunges you into a deep world of past lives and magic...the layers are crafted so masterfully that you can't put the book down to climb out of the story."
—L. A. Banks, author of The Vampire Huntress Legends series
“Passion Play, indeed. Passionate, articulate, clever, this book sings right along. Desperate measures and hope bundled together in a daring adventure. Byzantine politics seldom combine so well with great characters. A marvelous debut novel.” —Patricia Briggs, New York Times bestselling author
BETH BERNOBICH's short fiction has been published in Asimov's, Interzone, Postscripts, Strange Horizons, and Sex in the System. Two pieces appeared on the Locus Recommended Reading Lists for 2006 and 2008. Queen’s Hunt is Bernobich’s second novel in her River of Souls series. She lives with her husband and son in Connecticut.
With these new characters, we are given a level of background on each one.
Ilse and Raul, voluntarily separated, continue to work to a common purpose and their relationship remains strong in this installment of the River of Souls series.
It has everything I want in a good fantasy book, including a well developed fantasy world and just enough magic to keep things interesting.
I don't know what happened, but where the first book was interesting despite its issues, this book felt like a completely different genre. Read morePublished 28 days ago by fourthmage
Just finished "Queen's Hunt" today.
Personally, I rather enjoyed the change of story line versus "Passion Play. Read more
I was eager to read Beth Bernobich's second book in her River of Souls series, Queen's Hunt. The first one, Passion Play, introduced the reader to the world of Ilse Zhalina and... Read morePublished 23 months ago by Nightwing Whitehead
I really didn't have any words to describe how I felt when I finished QUEEN'S HUNT, and I mean this a good way. This series so smart and emotional. Read morePublished on August 16, 2012 by Stephanie Leroux
Ilse and Raul, voluntarily separated, continue to work to a common purpose and their relationship remains strong in this installment of the River of Souls series. Read morePublished on August 10, 2012 by B. Nachison