June 21, 2022

#BookReview: Daughter of Lies and Ruin (Tales of the Blackbone Witches #2) by Jo Spurrier @HarperVoyagerUS






Synopsis: If they didn't want to get turned into beasts and used to fuel a ritual, they shouldn't have attacked a witch. That's all there is to it.

There's something strange brewing in this tinder-dry forest - a girl with a sword and a secret, a troupe of vicious bandits vanished without a trace, beasts that don't belong and a witch with a macabre plan.

Elodie hasn't been learning witchcraft for long, but she knows enough to be worried, and the fact that her mentor Aleida wants to pack up and leave in short order isn't helping to settle her nerves.

Elodie just hopes to get everyone out of this mess unharmed, but it's looking more unlikely with every passing hour. And when the strange witch's ire falls on her, Aleida's wrath sparks a fire that threatens to scorch the earth itself ...



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Rating: 4 Stars
My Review: I think this one would be fine to read with or without reading book one.  I actually read these backwards as I didn't realize that this was a book two.  It does fill in some back gaps but its nothing to much that you wouldn't be able to know what is going on with this book.  I really joyed the feel of this book.  It was fast and interesting.  











About the Author

Jo Spurrier was born in 1980 and has a Bachelor of Science, but turned to writing because people tend to get upset when scientists make things up. Her interests include knitting, spinning, cooking and research. She lives in Adelaide and spends a lot of time daydreaming about snow.  --This text refers to the paperback edition.









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