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Mar 12

Review of The Phantom Queen Awakes

An interesting review of The Phantom Queen Awakes, by someone not really interested in reading Morrigan Books’ releases (apparently we’re too dark)…

The White Heifer of Fearchair by T.A. Moore. It’s one of the few stories that has absolutely nothing to do with war (or so you may think) and is a retelling of an old Irish story. (More or less – I don’t recall it being very similar to this story, but I could very easily be thinking of a wholly different one.) It’s very sad, in its way, but there’s a certain beauty in that sadness – the way the details are captured and how a lot is said without words. ’tis a pretty, pretty thing…

Full review below:

Libri Touches review of The Phantom Queen Awakes