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Shannon’s magic sleep gift sends her dreaming of worlds and the events all around her that will send her on a mission to rescue Rhiannon’s father and bring salvation to the people of Partholon from the wrath of Fomorians. Suffice it to say, though, that instances like these were peppered throughout, often making me roll my eyes at the lazy storytelling that seemed to rely on nothing but a long string of deus ex machina moments.

I have several more of her books on my TBR pile, either picked up cheaply at library sales or gifted to me by said family member, but after this generally depressing, frustrating, and traumatic reading experience, I doubt I’ll be bothering to check out any more of them. Present-day Appia, real-world North America, fractured by a mythical war in recent history has been divided into five Imperial fortress states. Until the mid-twentieth century, the disciplines of theology, archaeology and history were heavily dominated by male academics, resulting in the under-representation of women’s experiences and fewer studies on female divinity.The writing and story drew me in from the start and you feel part of the book, as if you are Emma discussing Mary's story with her.

I will read another of Karen Kingsbury's novels, because it was a captivating story and well written. which is not something I do often, but the social media campaign for this book had been so extensive (and dare I say, mildly suspicious for an unknown author) that I bit the bullet to see what the fuss was about. Pick a quiet spot, make sure you have a large box of tissues, your Bible, and your Grandma's picture or phone number nearby. Everyone in this book either conveniently is in love with Electa or conveniently is aware of the Sparatca ploy. The war, becomes more central to the story in the second half of the book, as Winnow becomes a war correspondent and works in a makeshift hospital, witnessing the injuries and destruction of war up close.

It had its moments when I was a bit like oohh I dunno but I really enjoyed it and recommend it to others. Shannon also was known as the Lady Rhiannon to the people of Partholon is sick with a mysterious stomach ailment, and her shapeshifting husband is away with his troops.

On top of all that she is competing for a columnist promotion at the Oath Gazette, which she desperately needs. She carries you through the life of Mary Madison with such feeling as it is converyed to a young mother struggling to find her way though a similar lifestyle until she finds her way with the love of the Lord.Jesse Karp on his Booklist review wrote: "Stunning artwork and creeping dread weave together in this satisfying and moving page-turner". Shannon’s modern-day Oklahoma English, as well as her allure to narrate stories of love and adventures, adds to the allure of the Lady Rhiannon.

Set in an alternative reality, where the Roman Empire never fell, and the world was never the same, Divine takes place in present-day Appia - real-world North America which has been fractured by a mythical war and consequently divided into five Imperial fortress states. sense, but it's all wrapped just too awfully darned tidily for my I-was-an-English-major self: and then the love of Jesus saved them! Acceptance of his new mate and the discovery of that their world is much better without Rhiannon; the centaurs embark on a mission to stop the Fomorians and prevent the end of the world.But beyond this, I just didn’t relate to either of them well, because there isn’t much to grasp onto. Obviously you find out who the bad guy is, but the implication that everyone has a secret they’re trying to cover up). Divine by Mistake is the debut novel in a series set in our alternate world featuring a heroine named Shannon Parker and hero named Clanfintan.

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