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For Songs of the Earth
“There are those who believe the music of the earth is natural, intertwined with the fabric of creation, and others who believe those who hear the music must be burned at the stake as witches for the sake of creation. This is an engaging first installment from a new author.”
“The story flows effortlessly with strong characterization and authorial voice. Fantasy fans will enjoy this debut and look forward to seeing Cooper develop her skills.”
Grief is normal but his attitude just grates on the nerves.
Sometimes the reader doesn't need 2 pages of description about a simple action that isn't crucial to the story, especially in a 486 page book.
I am not an author and feel bad giving this a negative review after the author worked hard but it was not an enjoyable read.
Thank you for the two great books in this series. I look forward to the next books.
I did not believe I would read such stories again.
The story parallels the first for a while, so you need to keep track of it, but it is an excellent read.Published 20 months ago by Larry J. Ellison
I approach multi-book series with caution, but this series by Elspeth Cooper has well drawn characters that drew me in and I can hardly wait for the next book.Published 20 months ago by C. Deards
I just love these books. It is a quick simple lovely time. When you read you just slip away for a couple of hours into these books. They are fun and well written.Published 21 months ago by Sara Large
I like having multiple characters if they are interesting. Teia should have been introduced in the first book, however. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Kirk D. Johnson