Publish date: December 15th 2010
Publisher: Prizm Books
Pages no: 332
Edition language: English
Series: Aisling (#1)
Book – Guardian (Aisling #1)Author – Carole CummingsStar rating - ★★★☆☆No. of Pages – 270Cover – Gorgeous!POV – 3rd person, dual POVWould I read it again – MaybeGenre – LGBT, Fantasy, Romance** I WAS GIVEN THIS BOOK FOR MY READING PLEASURE **Reviewed for Divine MagazineThis was an interesting one, f...
I can’t find the appeal of this book. It’s boring, heavy going and there is no plot! Only Wil the whole time “poor guy but he has pride, poor guy but he takes a bath, poor guy but he has apples…”. I didn’t pay this book to read Wil’s dear diary!I don’t understand why this is m/m, or romance, or fant...
The GR recommended me this book, because I've read The God Eaters. And I loved it, just like I loved the book by Jesse Hajicek. I loved the slow pace, the worldbuilding, the characters... Everything.
Exceptionally well done fantasy. The world is interesting, complex, and well built. Must read the rest of the series now. It's nice to see if there is going to be any romance it's going to be very slow moving these characters are in no position for any of that right now.
Guardian is the beginning of this trilogy series well crafted by Carole Cummings. It is a fantasy world where there are opposing political factions. It is a world where there is a Father, a Mother, and the gifts bestowed to one another as the Guardian and the Aisling. There is magic. There are dream...
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