January is a wonderful month for reading. There are all of the wonderful Christmas gifts to get through and the extra time (thank you holidays) means that I get a chance to really sit down and enjoy them. Mixed bag this month:
***1/2 “The Doodle Revolution” by Sunni Brown
****1/2 “Homage New Orleans” by Leon Morris
****1/2 “Finders Keepers” by Stephen King
***1/2 “Australia Remembers when…” by Bob Byrne
**** “The Handsome Man’s De Luxe Cafe” by Alexander McCall Smith
**** “Better Call Saul. The World According to Saul Goodman” by David Stubbs
The January/February 2017 feature author is Sarah Key.
Sarah talks about her latest book “The Butterfly Wind”, part two of the “Sisters of Light Trilogy” (available now through Amazon).
Mysticism, magic, love, greed and dastardly deeds await you in “The Butterfly Wind”. When a ruthless poacher, stirred on by the village witch, seriously injures a ranger and captures his tracker, the girls are drawn into another adventure.
The Butterfly Wind is part two of the “Sisters of Light Trilogy” by Sarah Key, but you don’t need to have read the first book, The Dandelion Clock, to enjoy it. Multiple story lines develop evenly and tie in beautifully to present the reader with an enthralling adventure that is hard to put down.
Find out more about Sarah and her latest book “The Butterfly Wind” on the Book Tour page: Sarah Key Book Tour