Wandfasted by Laurie Forest

Wandfasted

byLaurie Forest

Kobo ebook | July 1, 2017

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Magic, romance and adventure collide in Wandfasted, the irresistible ebook prequel to The Black Witch by Laurie Forest

When they painted Heretics on our barn and set fire to it, I thought that was the worst it could get.

Until they sent the dragons.

But they didn't count on us having dragons of our own. And they certainly didn't count on Her. Our Great Mage. The Bringer of Fire. The Storm of Death. The Crow Sorceress. Our Deliverance.

The Black Witch.

PRAISE FOR THE BLACK WITCH

“I absolutely loved The Black Witch… Maximum suspense, unusual magic—a whole new, thrilling approach to fantasy! —Tamora Pierce, #1 New York Times bestselling author

The Black Witch is a refreshing, powerful young adult fantasy. This strong debut offers an uncompromising glimpse of world-altering politics amplified by a magical setting in which prejudice and discrimination cut both ways.” —Robin Hobb, New York Times bestselling author “I absolutely devoured The Black Witch—a power-packed read that elegantly tackles a very tough, relevant subject in a fantasy setting, perfect for new and old readers of the genre!” —Lindsay Cummings, #1 New York Times bestselling author

Title:WandfastedFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:July 1, 2017Publisher:HarlequinLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1488027854

ISBN - 13:9781488027857

Reviews

Rated 5 out of 5 by from READ IT! Holy crap! How is Forest a newbie author?! I DEVOURED this book in a little under 5 hours and will definitely now be re-reading The Black Witch. Forest is an instant buy for me now. This book starts out with a bang...like dragons fighting a witch trying to stop a genocide type bang! It eventually dies down but I didn't ever feel or notice a lul in the pace. There is always something happening and I understood that everything being brought up was either a comment on an issue we have in our society and/or was a mirroring of events and the world/time in The Black Witch. While the characters and plots are not unique (there's some good fluff romance), Forest does an amazing job of showing how we tend to repeat history by using hate to guide our actions. They also bring up so many modern issues: homophobia, access to healthcare, sexism, gender roles and racism. READ IT!
Date published: 2017-08-28