Actually, it’ll be two reviews, with one of them being posted a little while ago. Unfortunately I’m no longer on Goodreads, so any review sites who post their reviews of my books there I don’t know about unless I actually pay the site a visit.
Firstly, from MM Good Book Reviews:
“I thought this story was vastly entertaining, with its down to earth characters. With the simple dreams of the characters and with its gentle learning curve for Blythe.” Read more
And from The Novel Approach:
“It’s a story that proves the point there can be only one hero in Jack’s quest, but Blythe has a journey all his own to realize, one in which he will find riches of a very different sort.” Read more
It was a fun book to write, and it was my mental health savior throughout my stint as a juror for five weeks.
Incidentally, today’s Tchaikovsky’s birthday, and since we’re on the subject of fairy tales, I’m re-posting this:
I just got guilt-tripped into realizing that I still have an unfinished draft of that Nutcracker and Mouse-King story I went on and on about last year. Looks like my WIP list will have to be re-shuffled a bit.