Writing

Book Review: From Under The Mountain, by Cait Spivey

My favourite thing about a fantasy world is that anything can be changed. Wrongs can be righted. Rights can be wronged. And characters can still familiar challenges in unfamiliar realms. This idea is on display at its best in From Under The Mountain, an impressive fantasy book by Cait Spivey. The main character is Guerline, a nineteen… Continue reading Book Review: From Under The Mountain, by Cait Spivey

Writing

Book Review; The Stepmother, by Claire Seeber

I seem to be reading books with family names at the moment. First, Dyrk Ashton’s Paternus. Then, Louise Jensen’s The Sister. Most recently, I’ve read The Stepmother, by Claire Seeber. And I’m pleased to report that it was just as great as the other two. The book is set in present day England, and primarily follows the life… Continue reading Book Review; The Stepmother, by Claire Seeber