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The Secret Journal of Beatrice Hassi Barahal (Spiritwalker #3.25)

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A supplement to the Spiritwalker Trilogoy.
Words by Kate Elliott
Illustrations by Julie Dillon
Layout and cover design by Joseph Eichstaedt
Published by Shiney-Ideas-Clutch
Distributed by Crab Tank Press
Printing by ColorHausPDX
Paperback, First Edition, 36 pages
Published August 2013 by Shiney-Ideas-Clutch
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Leseparatist
Jan 10, 2014 Leseparatist rated it really liked it
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That was a well-spent 3.5 dollars. The e-book edition is quite pretty, and I didn't mind the .pdf format, because I don't have a tablet, and my e-reader wouldn't manage the pictures, so reading it on the laptop was optimal.

As time passes, I am more and more enthusiastic about the entire trilogy this short fiction is the supplement of. This doesn't really make much sense without knowing the series, but it is the perfect additional gem and a nice present from the author for its fans.
Todd Ross
Jan 27, 2016 Todd Ross rated it it was amazing
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This is a hard book to review as it is more of a supplement. Almost a movie prop to the book series. If you are a fan of her Spiritwalker trilogy, its a must own. the illustrations are amazing, and it adds some nice little details to the story that were otherwise missing.

I read 3 small Kate Elliott stories last night in a row. She continues to be one of my favorite authors. I can't place many other authors in her same tier when it comes to world building. Her worlds are also always so unique and
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Oh my goodness, that picture of Rory behind the tree branch. And the one of Andevai. And the last page. And every other freaking page. I was squeeing nonstop like a weirdo while I read this and it made me ridiculously happy.
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Such a fantastic bonus book. Loved the trilogy, so this was a fantastic gift.
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As a child in rural Oregon, Kate Elliott made up stories because she longed to escape to a world of lurid adventure fiction. She now writes fantasy, steampunk, and science fiction, often with a romantic edge. It should therefore come as no surprise that she met her future husband in a sword fight.

When he gave up police work to study archaeology, they and their three children fell into an entirely
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