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Thursday, March 24, 2016

"Seriously Fun Read" Dreamthief by @TCGrantham #review #fantasy





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Dreamthief

Fairy World MD, Book One

Written by Tamara Grantham

Genre(s): Fantasy




Visiting Faythander is a nasty business. Forget the fairies and unicorns, most people come back with lost memories and mental problems. Olive Kennedy knows. She's the therapist who treats patients suffering from Faythander's side effects. Despite her empty bank account, she takes pride in her job as Houston's only Fairy World medical doctor. She's never failed to cure a client--until now.

Traveling back to Faythander wasn't on Olive's to-do list. But she has no choice. The fate of both Earth and Fairy depends on her ability to stop an ancient being called the Dreamthief. To complicate matters, she may be losing her heart to someone who can't love her in return. Saving the world, she can handle. Falling in love--not so much.

As if battling the forces of evil wasn't difficult enough...





Moonwalker's Review


Seriously Fun to Read

As the only Fairy world medical doctor in existence, Olive Kennedy gets some pretty interesting patients to deal with. Most of the ones that are referred to her are the ones that spent time in Faythander as a result of overwhelming emotional, physical, or mental stress in their childhood. Their memory of it doesn't return to this world with them, hence the sense of loss, and other mental side effects. When Olive's godson goes into a coma she determines that the root of the problem lies in Faythander, where the boy's spirit is lost – possibly to an entity called the dreamthief. When she makes the journey to rescue him she finds a deep well of strength and courage within herself. The Prince of the Wults and his sister go with her. Along the way they solve some old mysteries and face great danger. She learns how to fight, and how to love, even if she won't accept the possibility. This story has a a lot of strong and capable female characters that are not dependent on men, but are willing to accept help when necessary. Olive is a very strong role model for young women who think they can't be strong and still be feminine. Another thing about this story is that it is seriously fun to read. Humour and lighthearted banter are present throughout. I really liked this book. I look forward to reading the next one in the series – Spellweaver.


Disclaimer: Book provided by the author free of charge in exchange for an honest review.

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