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The Mirror's Gaze (Amendyr) (Volume 4) Paperback – August 22, 2016
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About the Author
Rae D. Magdon lives and works in the state of Alaska. Over the past few years, she has written many lesbian-themed novels, including Dark Horizons, the Amendyr series, Death Wears Yellow Garters, and her first published work written with Michelle Magly, All The Pretty Things. A two-time nominee of both the Rainbow Awards and the Golden Crown Literary Awards, she enjoys writing fantasy and science fiction, in addition to modern-day romances. When she is not writing original fiction, she wastes spends her time dabbling in unapologetically smutty romantic lesbian fanfiction. Her favorite fandoms are Mass Effect, The Legend of Korra, and The 100 Fandom. In her free moments, which are few and far between, she enjoys spending time with Tory, her wonderful spouse, and their two cats.
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This fourth tale is vivid, driven, satisfying, and ultimately written well. It’s a real pleasure to read.
Each book in the series focuses on Ellie (#1), Cate (#2), and Ailynn (#3), in their own separate personal journeys and the relationships they form with others.
In this fourth installment, we get all three protagonists powering the story and the author did a great job of seamlessly bringing their POVs together to form the full narrative.
Personally, I love books that have not one but many strong female characters. We’re surrounded by so many narratives in film and books where the story is driven primarily by men with a token female thrown into the mix (if that) that it’s completely refreshing to get into a world where women are organically and unapologetically leading the story.
We also get a new character thrown in that alludes to Snow White. The Amendyr series is based upon each main female protagonist being a spin-off from a well-known fairy tale. Magdon always completely re-invents them, though, in a really fun way so that they’re familiar yet completely new.
Great read. Yes, I recommend. However, you’ll definitely need to read the series in order to get the full impact.