“The Heart of What Was Lost,” by Tad Williams, transports us back to the world of Osten Ard—and a fresh perspective on the country's greatest enemies…
“The Queen’s Poisoner,” by Jeff Wheeler, is a quick, fun read with unexpected depth. No cardboard characters. Plenty of moral dilemmas and consequences.
“Six of Crows” is one of those rare books that keeps you turning pages. Rich and dark, the story is full of moral dilemmas, magic, and clever twists.
“Myths and Mortals” picks up where the previous book left off, only the opposition has his eye on a new, dangerous target.
I need to tell you about Dragon Draught, by Kristie Kiessling. Kristie is my fantastic writing partner, plotting accomplice, first reader, and one-woman cheering squad. What you many not realize is that she is also an amazing writer.
I just read Nightrage Rising (The Unseen Chronicles Book 2), and wow, what a great adventure! I’m not just saying that because author P.S. Broaddus is a member of A Drift of Quills, either. He’s a darned good writer.
I read "Secondborn" by Amy A. Bartol via Amazon Kindle First reads, and since this was the only fantasy/sci-fi option, it was a no-brainer choice. AND it has a beautiful cover. (I do love me a beautiful cover!)
A Drift of Quills love to read as much as we love to write. Books help us relax and take us other places. Books inspire us. They introduce us to new ideas, cultures, and places. What’s not to love about reading? Join us as we uncover a few gems in another installment of Books We Love…