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The Battle of Evernight - Special Edition (The Bitterbynde Trilogy) (Volume 3) Paperback – April 10, 2014
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Through the lyrical use of Celtic MYTHS AND LEGENDS, Dart-Thornton weaves the reader a world full of magic and wonder, creating a magnificent, visual landscape and culture that provides SHEER ENCHANTMENT for the reader.
- MYSTERIOUS GALAXY
What most SETS THIS WORK APART from many of its contemporaries is the detailed and imaginative work of world building.
- REVOLUTION SCIENCE FICTION
From book one through book three of The Bitterbynde Trilogy I found myself ENTHRALLED IN A UNIQUE TALE, intricately woven, and populated by an extraordinary number of supernatural creatures drawn from British and Celtic folklore.
- CHRISTOPHER GILBERT
Cecilia Dart-Thornton takes her readers to THE DEEPER STRATA OF FANTASY..
- THE AUSTRALIAN
Dart-Thornton has a lyric style, a gorgeous perception of nature, and a fascinatingly inventive world that interweaves traditional tales and balladry with some STUPENDOUSLY ORIGINAL CREATIVITY - a richly colorful storyteller - outstanding work!
- JANNY WURTZ
This is so COMPLEX I found I couldn't read generic fantasy for a week.
About the Author
Cecilia Dart-Thornton is the author of numerous bestselling fantasy novels, notably the Bitterbynde Trilogy. The Washington Post reported that the first summer after Neilsen Booktrack launched in Australia, it showed Dart-Thornton's newly launched fantasy tome The Ill-Made Mute hitting the Herald's best-seller list, ranked next to mainstream authors and 'serious' fiction. Technology, in one swift blow, destroyed a decades-long publishers' bias against fantasy. It demonstrated that what people were really buying was simply not reflected in the old bestseller lists, based as they were on reports from a small panel of bookshops. The reality was, people were buying fantasy - in particular, they were buying The Ill-Made Mute. This debut novel and its two sequels in the 'Bitterbynde Trilogy' went on to win fans and accolades across the globe. The Ill-Made Mute was listed on Amazon's Best, Locus Magazine's Best First Novels, the Sydney Morning Herald's Top Twenty and the Australian Publishers' Association 'Australia's Favourite Read'. The Bitterbynde Trilogy, including The Battle of Evernight, is published in five languages and distributed in more than fifty countries around the world.
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