Eve of War

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Sharp of mind and instinct; with poise and grace and power – Eve's Daughters are a match for any opponent. Whether seeking out a worthy test or assailed by brave (but foolish) foes, she is determined and cunning, and will not fail.

Here are fifteen tales from across the ages; full of prowess both martial and magical, from an array of unique voices.

 

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Recent Blog Posts

  

Review of NETGALLEY arc Same Difference – Book 2 of the Fran and Ken Stein Mystery series by E.J. Copperman

13 July

I thoroughly enjoy Copperman’s light-hearted, breezy style that nevertheless shows real skill in providing nicely twisty plots, enjoyable amusing character casts and engaging protagonists. It’s harder to achieve an engrossing page-turner that refuses to get bleak and gritty than Copperman makes it look. So I’ve eagerly inhaled Copperman’s delightful Jersey Girl Legal Mystery series, including And Justice for Mall, Inherit the Shoes, Witness for the Persecution and My Cousin Skinny. I was less enthusiastic about the first book in this series, Ukulele of Death. However, I’m sufficiently invested in this author to give the series another go with this second offering – and I’m very glad I did.
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Can’t-Wait Wednesday

10 July

Can’t-Wait Wednesday is a weekly meme hosted at Wishful Endings, to spotlight and discuss the books we’re excited about that we have yet to read. Generally they’re books that have yet to be released. This week’s Can’t-Wait offering: The Spellshop by Sarah Beth Durst – release date 11th July, 2024
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Review of NETGALLEY arc Spells and Sandwiches – Book 1 of the West Side Witches series by Kate Moseman

9 July

I’ve been thoroughly enjoying the current slew of slightly gentler, feel-good fantasy adventures, often involving food that are hitting the shelves. So when I saw this one, I immediately requested it.
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SUNDAY POST

7 July

This is part of the weekly meme over at the Caffeinated Reviewer, where book bloggers can share the books they’ve read and share what they have got up to during the last week. Usually when I’ve had a long-running no-show at the Sunday Post thread, it’s because I’m in Relapseland – back in bed too tired to do anything back stagger back and forth to the bathroom and read or listen to audiobooks. I’m delighted to report that this time around I’ve not been around because we’ve been very, very busy.
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Castellan the Black and his Wise Draconic Tips on Life

7 July

My condolences if you have the ill luck to live in an aery with a Firetalker. While the pompous scale-sack is busy telling you how to lead your life – remember that most of them died in the Aftermath. So they clearly don’t know as much as they think they do.
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Can’t-Wait Wednesday

3 July

Can’t-Wait Wednesday is a weekly meme hosted at Wishful Endings, to spotlight and discuss the books we’re excited about that we have yet to read. Generally they’re books that have yet to be released. This week’s Can’t-Wait offering: The Blind Devotion of Imogene by David Putnam – release date 9th July, 2024
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Review of NETGALLEY arc Hera by Jennifer Saint

2 July

I absolutely love a powerful Greek myth retelling and over recent years, I’ve read some amazing stories that have really stayed with me. See my reviews of The Silence of the Girls and The Women of Troy by Pat Barker; The Song of Achilles by Madeline Miller; and then there’s David Hair and Cath Mayo’s fabulous Olympus trilogy – Athena’s Champion, Oracle’s War and Sacred Bride . The one I’m still working through is Claire North’s amazing Songs of Penelope – see my review of House of Odysseus.So when this one popped up on the Netgalley dashboard, I immediately requested it and was delighted to have received a copy.
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