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Blog Tour (Book Review): The Heron Kings – Eric Lewis

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Hello!

Today is my stop on the blog tour for ‘The Heron Kings’ by Eric Lewis, organised by Random Things Tours.  I was delighted to have participate in this tour, and I hope that you will check out both the author and the book.

*Disclaimer: ‘I was given a copy this book via netgalley in exchange for an honest review.’*

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Book Summary:

After a warlord slaughters her patients, Sister Alessia quits the cloister and
strikes out on her own to heal the victims of a brutal dynastic conflict. H er
roaming forest camp unwittingly becomes the center of a vengeful peasant
insurgency, raiding the forces of both sides to survive. Alessia struggles to
temper their fury as well as tend wounds, consenting to ever greater violence
to keep her new charges safe. When they uncover proof of a foreign
conspiracy prolonging the bloodshed, Alessia risks the very lives she’s saved
to expose the truth and bring the war to an end.

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Review: The Wolf’s Call – Anthony Ryan

Hello!

Tuesday again already, it’s been a very quick week. This week should slow things down a bit as I am on holiday – so plenty of time to read, write and that cursed word EDIT. Although, I have to say that I’ve gained a fresh appreciation for it as I am currently struggling to get through a book that could have done with a lot more editing before being released into the wild.

On a happier reading note. I finished ‘The Wolf’s Call’ by Anthony Ryan about half five this morning after spending the entire night reading – which is what I will be talking about today. I am continuing to work my way through ‘Spark City’ by Robert. J. Power and I have just started ‘North Child’ by Edith Pattou.

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