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Sorrow's Son

(Crossroads of Worlds #2)

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Orphaned during the Savannah Flu, Javier is looking for other spellcasters without knowing if any survived. When he finds a caster named Morgan and her nieces, Igraine and Iliesa, he has to hide the secret of his isolated upbringing, desperate not to alienate the only community he has left.

But Igraine and Iliesa have secrets of their own. The wild hunt comes to the mortal
Kindle Edition, 207 pages
Published September 15th 2017 by Brown Dog Press
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Sep 20, 2017 rated it it was amazing
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Last night - in the midst of family health issues and exhaustion - I desperately needed something warm and compassionate, thoughtful and magical. This novella/short fantasy novel was waiting for me on my Kindle - and it was *perfect.*

I really love the kindness and complexity of this urban fantasy series. People who are loving, committed family members can still be exposed as awful in other ways - but even the people who do the worst (sometimes terrible and unforgivable) things have real, compell
Molly Smith
Initial Thoughts: I wasn't sure what to think when I started this novel. After the events in the first, I thought we would continue in Morgan's point of view or Rowan's. However, this story is primarily told from Javier's point of view. The story expands and twists in ways I wasn't expecting but I found intriguing. I am anxious to find out what happens next. Please click on the link to the full review posted at That's What I'm Talking About blog: ...more
Oct 17, 2017 rated it it was amazing
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I really enjoy reading less known and self-publishing authors. At was I wasn’t sure about the change of POV from the first book. It was strange that the story transformed from one with mature 40ish something main character into Young Adult one, but because Sears kept to UF format without YA usual tropes, I eventually loved it as much as the first book. The story was well paced, intriguing and the addition of a new POV added new sides to the overall plot. I still think 3 parts could work better a ...more
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By day, Rene Sears is an editor. By night, (or early in the morning, or on lunch breaks) she writes. She has had short stories published in Cicada, Daily Science Fiction, and Galaxy's Edge magazine and is the author of the Crossroads of Worlds series.

She lives in Birmingham, Al, with her husband, two children, and a dog that may or may not be part Belgian Shepherd. You can find out more at

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Crossroads of Worlds (3 books)
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  • Queen of Storms (Crossroads of Worlds, #3)

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