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K.J. Charles
KJ Charles is a writer and editor living in London. She has a serious reading habit, two kids, a cat, a blog, and several books coming out. Somehow. Friend me on Facebook and Goodreads, follow me on Twitter at kj_charles, or check out kjcharleswriter.com for blogging on reading, writing and editing. show more



KJ Charles is a writer and editor living in London. She has a serious reading habit, two kids, a cat, a blog, and several books coming out. Somehow. Friend me on Facebook and Goodreads, follow me on Twitter at kj_charles, or check out kjcharleswriter.com for blogging on reading, writing and editing.

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...Bookfanatic
...Bookfanatic rated it 3 weeks ago
I was really looking forward to this one. I've heard some really good things about KJ Charles and I've only had the chance to read a couple of short stories by this author but I admit I really liked them. My only reservation here was that the stories a historical and that's not always a winning genr...
Grac's Never-ending TBR Pile of Doom
I was away on holiday when this dropped onto my ebook reader, as it had sounded like something that was right up my street and I'd pre-ordered it (not that common an occurence for me, given the amount I read!). What I didn't expect was to end up reading it in one sitting, doing the 'just one more ch...
Silence in the library
Silence in the library rated it 2 months ago
Excellent. The world building of a London a hairs-breath removed from our own, in a time just after the First World War is unobtrusive and perfectly constructed. The plot is excellent (seriously, I had plot-envy). Saul and Randolph are the perfect couple, men so broken that they aren't sure they can...
Evaine's Books, Books and More Books
Evaine's Books, Books and More Books rated it 2 months ago
This book hits so many of my sweet spots. KJ Charles - one of my favourite authors, the time period of the early 1920's, the setting of England and all its history, legends and folklore, magic tied to the land - practically perfect!I love how KJ writes. There's one scene, about 1/3 of the way thro...
Linda78
Linda78 rated it 3 months ago
KJ Charles is a great writer, and this is one of her only series I'm aware of where one of the MCs isn't a raging blowhole. We've got Ned and Crispin, who certainly have their conflicts to work out, since Ned doesn't trust magic and Crispin is trying to unlearn so bad magical practices he was taught...
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