Thursday, 6 August 2015

Review of Janni Lee Simner's Faerie winter

Faerie Winter (Bones of Faerie, #2)

Liza is a summoner. She can draw life to herself, even from beyond the grave. And because magic works both ways, she can drive life away. Months ago, she used her powers to banish her dangerous father and to rescue her mother, lost in dreams, from the ruined land of Faerie.

Born in the wake of the war between humanity and Faerie, Liza lived in a world where green things never slept, where trees sought to root in living flesh and bone. But now the forests have fallen silent. Even the evergreens' branches are bare. Winter crops won't grow, and the threat of starvation looms. And deep in the forest a dark, malevolent will is at work. To face it, Liza will have to find within herself something more powerful than magic alone.

Here at last is the sequel to Bones of Faerie, for all those fans of dark fantasy and dystopian adventure who thrilled to Janni Lee Simner's unique vision of a postapocalyptic world infused with magic.

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In Janni Simner's second book without giving any spoilers this is really fast paced book the character's face a lot of difficult choices and the consequences of those choices are harsh. Just like in the first book there's no real clear good against evil. Just a bunch of people trying to do what they think is the right thing for themselves and their people I gave this book 5/5 diamonds 

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