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I picked up Uneasy Lies the Head at a Festival, and was only going to read the first few pages.
Hendrick blurs the lines of...well, everything...to delicious effect: time, space, the mystical and the mundane, gender, and relationships, to name a few.
As an Anglophile myself (living in the USA), I thoroughly enjoyed all the British history, settings, characters, costumes, plots, and concepts.
Written by a personal friend, and I do enjoy supporting her career. In addition, it is a page-turner, and filled with novel ideas about the British crown - this will all be... Read morePublished on December 29, 2012 by Anvanya
If Robert Heinlein and Neil Gaiman had ever collaborated on a book series, it would probably look a lot like The Glastonbury Chronicles. In this series, S. P. Read morePublished on May 10, 2011 by L. Davis
It's always exciting to find a new writer who can simultaneously manage believable fantasy, romance, strong plot and character construction and combine them into a very fresh and... Read morePublished on July 22, 2010 by Jackie Lee