Tag Archives: Juliet Marillier

Review: Heart’s Blood

As you probably know from previous reviews, I very much enjoy Juliet Marillier’s style of writing and the stories she chooses to tell.  Heart’s Blood by Juliet Marillier is another success with me.  So much so that I often found … Continue reading

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Review: Seer of Sevenwaters

I’m back to Juliet Marillier’s Sevenwaters, this time with Seer of Sevenwaters which picks up right where Heir of Sevenwaters left off, at least as far as momentous events go.  There seem to be about four years in between the … Continue reading

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Review: Heir to Sevenwaters

As I suspect I’ve made quite clear, I’m a big fan of Juliet Marillier’s Sevenwaters Trilogy.  In 2008, a sequel to the trilogy was published, but it was only within the last year that I learned of it and it … Continue reading

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Review: Child of the Prophecy

Juliet Marillier’s Child of the Prophecy is the third book in the Sevenwaters Trilogy (but not the last to take place in Sevenwaters). The first time I read this book, I didn’t like it.  The first two books revolved around … Continue reading

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Review: Son of the Shadows

Son of the Shadows is the sequel to Juliet Marillier’s Daughter of the Forest.  It continues on with the same flavor as the previous book, but starts a generation later.  Instead of following Sorcha’s story, this time she follows the … Continue reading

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Review: Daughter of the Forest

Daughter of the Forest is an epic fantasy novel with a mix of sweet romance and bitter-sweet Romanticism added for flavor.  The story follows a pattern more often see in classic English literature than in contemporary works.  Sorcha, the main … Continue reading

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