Happy “RIEDEL Challenges” day! February 1st is when my four groups renew, so here is to a fun year with EHTHEREAL 2017! Click the banner to join me and tell others about it. This is my post to share how I am doing. I start with a little planning, then smooth my list out into finished books with their reviews.
A few might not contain the metaphysical or fantasy, books in which animals are depicted intelligently (which I call accurate!) or with spiritual backgrounds, like “A City Called July”. Howard Engel bases this detective case on Benny Cooperman’s Jewish community. More obvious fare about spirits, psychics, witches etc…. will certainly populate front and centre of this theme. If you know people reading this stuff, please send them to me! :)
“Lost Among The Living” Simone St. James 2016
“The Darkest Road” Guy Gavriel Kay 1986
“The Land Without Unicorns” Vicki Blum 2001
“The Novice’s Tale” Margaret Frazer 1992
“Into The Fire” Jodi McIsaac 2013
“The Mysterium” Eric McCormack 1992
“Owls In The Family” Farley Mowat 1961
“A Dry Spell” Susie Moloney 1997
“The Dragon & The Dry Goods Princess” David Arnason 1991
As the review page fills-up, please enjoy following along here: ETHEREAL reviews 2017.