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Flora Segunda by Ysabeau S Wilce - a review
Floraīs adventures include rescuing an accused pirate (with the forged signature of the Warlord), venturing into the long abandoned Bilskinir House (where the butler rumored to eat children) and facing the terrifying Lord Axacaya (who just happens to be her motherīs biggest enemy)
Fish and Sphinx by Rae Bridgman - a review
In Fish and Sphinx, Rae Bridgman continues her Middlegate series as Wil and Sophie discover the Serpentīs Chain is plotting to seize Manitobaīs legislative building.
Favorite Fantasy Series
A few of my favorite Fantasy series
Fate of Camelot by Cynthia Breeding - a review
A fantasy/romance novel with a unique view of the Holy Grail folklore.
False Covenant by Ari Marmell - a review
A grotesque creature is haunting the nigh time streets of Davillion and Widdershins may be the only person able to stop it.
Fallen by Traci Slatton - a review
In a post apocalyptic world with deadly mist and psychic powers, Emma and Arthur fall in love, but Arthur's secret could destroy everything.
Existence by David Brin - a reivew
Two alien artifacts want to communicate with humans, but each one calls the other a liar.
Eve of Destruction by SJ Day - a review
A new urban fantasy series by S.J. Day takes the biblical story of Cain and Abel and gives it new spin.
Ella Enchanted by Gail Carson Levine - a review
The often-foolish fairy Lucinda acknowledges Ella's birth with the gift of obedience.
Elfsorrow by James Barclay - a review
The first title in the Legend of the Raven trilogy finds a plague sweeping through the elven population. Before the elves can help the Raven save the college of Julasta, the Raven must help save the elves.
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