Book review | Destined to be remembered for its complexities

Dear fantasy fiction fans, I forget how much I like Asian-inspired fantasy with its richness and color that amaze my senses and creates a feeling of wonder. Forest of a Thousand Lanterns by Julie Dao captured me as I raced to find out what happens next and reveled in the beauty of Feng Nu along… Continue reading Book review | Destined to be remembered for its complexities

Book review | An Inspiring Trip Beyond the Pearly Gates

Published 2018 ◼️ 224 pages Dear fans of inspirational fantasy fiction, In this sequel to The Five People You Meet in Heaven, we follow the journey of the young woman, who Eddie died saving in the first novel, beginning on her wedding day.  Annie finds love and marries, yet she can’t help but wait for… Continue reading Book review | An Inspiring Trip Beyond the Pearly Gates

Book review | A Bit Player Becomes a Hero

Published: 2018 ◼️ 393 pages Dear fans of fantasy fiction, I wish I was given more time to savor this classic epic about a character who had previously only been a bit player in the world of mythology. Miller elevated the role of the witch of Aiaia to that of heroine.  She made her sympathetic… Continue reading Book review | A Bit Player Becomes a Hero