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debbiereadsbook
debbiereadsbook rated it 4 weeks ago
I had the enormous honour to beta read this book. Laura opens her dream business, a book/coffee shop. A book she doesn't remember ordering pulls her attention and draws her into a wonderful story of love. But Laura doesn't expect to ever find the kind of love she reads in the book. Then, she meets S...
debbiereadsbook
debbiereadsbook rated it 2 years ago
Independent reviewer for Archaeolibrarian, I was gifted my copy of this book. Imagine meeting your best friend for coffee and telling her something that happened ten years before, something that could possibly cost you her friendship. Because, at it's most basic, that's what this is : two old friend...
MerissaArchaeolibrarian
MerissaArchaeolibrarian rated it 2 years ago
Disjointed Lives is the first non-fantasy story from Morgan Sheppard. It is only a short story, based around two friends meeting for coffee, and one of them needing help. It does mention gas lighting and mental/emotional abuse, but without going into too much detail. One of the things that is beco...
mommyamers
mommyamers rated it 2 years ago
Independent Reviewer for Archaeolibrarian - I Dig Good Books! I will start out this review stating that I was lucky enough to beta read this book and then purchase the final draft for a reviewand of course, for my personal collection. This author is still fairly new, this being her third book rel...
MerissaArchaeolibrarian
MerissaArchaeolibrarian rated it 2 years ago
The balance of the Elements is once more in doubt, and new Chosen are called. They need to find the will to succeed, or the unseen enemy from years gone by may have the advantage.The Wheel of the Year has had many cycles - and the folk of Wraidd Elfennol have lived in peace since the age of Marella,...
MerissaArchaeolibrarian
MerissaArchaeolibrarian rated it 2 years ago
Of Land and Sky is the third book in the Wraidd Elfennol series, and it starts approximately sixty years after Water Weaver. The world of Wraidd Elfennol has been in balance since the original Chosen went on their quest, but now new Chosen of Earth and Air have been announced. Bran and Rhosyn don'...
Literary Thoughts from the Shark Head
Somewhere between Oz and Narnia, and not that far from the little alley that takes you to Hogwart’s, is a beautiful island called Wraidd Elfennol. The way that Rick Riordan brings to life the traditions of the Ancient Egyptians, Greeks, and Norse, Morgan Sheppard pulls her readers into the not so f...
Literary Thoughts from the Shark Head
Whether you are a young adult, or just young at heart, you are bound to love Marella. I'm still not sure what I enjoyed most about this novel. In the beginning, I was impressed with the author's detailed and flavorful world building as she draws us into a world of wonder with delightful characters w...
MerissaArchaeolibrarian
MerissaArchaeolibrarian rated it 4 years ago
This book has certainly earned the #Epic tag - at over 600 pages on my kindle, this is a book that you can submerge yourself into. However, it certainly doesn't feel like that amount when you are reading it as the pages almost turn themselves as the story carries you along.   The characters are all ...
MerissaArchaeolibrarian
MerissaArchaeolibrarian rated it 4 years ago
Marella is the prequel novella where we meet her for the first time. You find out a bit more about her childhood, her relationship with her parents, Daren, and also you are with her when she meets Nixie for the first time. This novella shows how important some things are to Marella, giving her the b...
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