Publish date: November 1st 2012
Publisher: Bethany House Publishers
Pages no: 352
Edition language: English
Series: Tales of Goldstone Wood (#4)
Originally Reviewed at Witchmag's Boekenplank To be honest the beautiful cover entranced me so much that I did not pass the blurb more than a glance before I asked to review this book on Netgalley. Only when I started reading I found out that this was already the fourth book in the series and reme...
For more of my reviews, check out Books For YA!To be honest, I was having second thoughts when I accepted this book. I don't usually read Christian fantasy fictions so I don't know what to expect from it and this is the 4th in the series and I thought, I might have a hard time catching up with the s...
I decided to join the Starflower blog tour, hosted by I am a Reader, Not a Writer! Starflower looked like such an enchanting read by the lovely cover, how could I resist?? Now, Starflower is technically the fourth in the Tales of Goldstone Wood series, but was meant to be a standalone book, so no wo...
A wonderfully enchanting and mysterious world that you can sink into and allow your imagination to roam free.'Starflower' is about a Faerie called Eanrin and his quest to find his 'beloved' Lady Gleamdren from the clutch of a dragon-witch, who managed to fool the Faerie people long enough to kidnap ...
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