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3.53 of 5 stars 3.53  ·  rating details  ·  15 ratings  ·  4 reviews
Although the familiar themes of fantasy are present in this novel, the characters are not princes or sorcerers but ordinary people with seemingly ordinary lives. Ben Tyson, a librarian, met and loved Valeria, a fairy woman; but her death left Ben to raise their child, Malachi, alone. The two of them lived a fairly ordinary life until Malachi turned 10 and began to manifest ...more
Hardcover, 320 pages
Published May 28th 2007 by Golden Gryphon Press (first published 2007)
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Debdanz
this was a lazily written and poorly edited book, but it was set in MY library so that was fun! the main character was a reference librarian at the southeast regional library of WCPL in garner, nc! and that is where i work.
Beth
May 10, 2011 Beth rated it 3 of 5 stars
Recommended to Beth by: interview with author on Julia's podcast
Shelves: fantasy
I heard this author on a panel at a SF convention, and later heard Julia Rios interview him on an Outer Alliance podcast, and I was intrigued by Rochelle's version of fairies.

The writing is sometimes awkward or pedestrian, but other times it swept me along. Point of view ("POV") changes frequently--usually several times per chapter. The POV person is listed in boldface at the head of each section, which helps avoid confusion, but I think fewer POV switches would have been better.

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Marshall Wayne Lee
I enjoyed this text, although I found it a bit of a slow read. I blame myself for this: I came to the novel like I do so many other fantasy novels. I was looking for a plot driven text, with lots of action. This is not that text. This is a well crafted character driven text.

Warren Rochelle
May 27, 2009 Warren Rochelle rated it 5 of 5 stars  ·  (Review from the author)
I really enjoyed writing this book and feel it is successful in doing what I set out to do.
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Warren Rochelle is a Professor of English at the University of Mary Washington in Fredericksburg, Virginia. His short fiction and poetry are published in such journals as Aboriginal Science Fiction, Forbidden Lines, Crucible, The Charlotte Poetry Review, the Asheville Poetry Review, the North Carolina Literary Review, Romance and Beyond, and Icarus. A critical book, Communities of the Heart: the R ...more
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