Touch of Power (Healer #1)
Publish date: December 20th 2011
Pages no: 390
Edition language: English
, Young Adult
, High Fantasy
, Young Adult Fantasy
Color me confused…is this a novel for pre-teen/teens or a novel for adults? Because as I read this book I’m finding myself thinking that if I were some years younger I might have enjoyed this more. There is nothing to this novel but a simple back and forth of the same plot device used over and over...
I had nightmares about man eating plants last night.
I thought this was an interesting first book to a trilogy by Maria v. Snyder whom i've grown to love as an author and reading the story of Avry a different character in this beautiful world that she, has created so very well that keeps you on the edge of your seat and I found this book to be exactly...
“We’re really surprised you weren’t caught by the locals sooner,” Quain said. “We had a list of healers,” Loren said. “But by the time we learned of their location, they’d been executed. We always heard the same gossip. That they had been caught by doing something stupid.” “Like healing a child,” I ...
As soon as I started Touch of Power, I remembered why I love Maria V. Snyder’s writing so much. It’s precisely what I want when I pick up a YA book. She’s clearly mastered the art of showing instead of telling. Information about the fascinating world she’s created is seamlessly integrated into the e...
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