The Silence of Medair
Publish date: November 30th 2010
Publisher: Andrea K. Höst
Pages no: 240
Edition language: English
Series: Medair (#1)
I’ve been on a bit of an Andrea K Host kick recently, first with Stray and then The Silence of Medair. (I read And All the Stars earlier this year and loved it. Stray and Medair are quite different in overall sensibility. Stray is written as a diary, from the point of view of a teenage girl, and t...
Shorter review because I'm on a book-reading binge currently (and am getting lazy). This was a good read. I really appreciated a break from hack-and-slash-adventures or a typical tour-the-new-world fantasy book. This is more of a character development, mull on some morals, what-if scenarios put into...
For those who say all self-published works are dross - this book is a stunning counter example. The manuscript spent an unbelievable ten years - I'll say that again, TEN years! - languishing with a single publisher before the author withdrew it in disgust and self-published. You can see why they mig...
I received a free copy of this book for my review. Now and again a book comes along that not only ticks all the boxes, it creates a few new ones to tick. Having read a previous book by Andrea Hoest I was encouraged to read that she not only has taken constructive criticism on board and acted upon it...
If I could, I would have given this 3 and a half stars.Review can be found: http://sentientonline.net/?p=2577
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