Even if you find it jarring, hold out for that ending -- it is impressive. This is a fabulous novel and Jan Siegel is an astounding writer. Lewis or John Bellairs. Neither the book's glowing blurbs nor this review can do it justice.
Just buy it, read it and let it remind you why you read this genre in the first place. She has now wandered into the public domain. If you find any errors, typos or anything else worth mentioning, please send it to editor sfsite.
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This is English fantasy at its finest. Jan Siegel has already lived through one lifetime — during which she travelled the world and supported herself through a variety of professions, including that of actress, barmaid, garage hand, laboratory assistant, journalist and model. Her new life is devoted to her writing, but she also finds time to ride, ski and attend the opera. More about the author.
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Once read, this book will not be forgotten' Terry Brooks About the Author Jan Siegel has already lived through one lifetime - during which she travelled the world and supported herself through a variety of professions, including those of actress, barmaid, garage hand, laboratory assistant, journalist and model.
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Most helpful customer reviews on Amazon. November 4, - Published on Amazon.
Verified Purchase. This is literally my favorite fantasy novel. An amazing take on Atlantis, and magical systems, and in later books, Arthurian mythology.
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With amazing female characters with real life flaws and problems, in all shades of morality. The writing is lyrical and yet not at all tedious, gorgeous descriptions without being long winded, frankly, I can't even describe how much I love this book, and you should absolutely read it immediately. July 21, - Published on Amazon.
click This is the first novel by Jan Siegel. Grabs me right from the start. Seems to get get clouded with over descriptive terms at times which seems a lil much at times.
Characters seem to just pop up out of nowhere without proper introduction of thier origins which takes away from the believability of them. The ending gets exciting. Story is still a recommended read for a fan of fantasy.
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