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Review for Dust & Light by Carol Berg

Finally done with this one! It took a few months. Totally worth it but wow it took forever to finish.

Dust & Light takes place in the same world as the… 257 more words


Flesh and Spirit, Breath and Bone, by Carol Berg.

A few months ago I wrote about the novel Transformation, by Carol Berg and I emphasised the strength of the characters in her writing.  For regular followers of this blog, you will know that it is characters that I feel are the key to good writing, and for me at least, the most important aspect of a great novel.  424 more words

Fantasy Posts

Flesh and Spirit

Secret cabals, end times, magical class systems, a nice rogue-with-a-heart-of-gold for a protagonist: what’s not to love.

Berg in “Flesh and Spirit” grabs a few of the great tools of writing (a character whose traits are hopelessly mismatched to their situation, looming catastrophe, etc.), and puts together a solid and engaging novel. 55 more words

Book Review: Ash and Silver by Carol Berg

A review copy was provided by the publisher in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are my own.

Ash and Silver by Carol Berg… 813 more words


Carol Berg: The Soul Mirror

The second book in the Collegia Magica fantasy series. The main character Anne was a minor character in the first book “The Spirit Lens”.

Publication year: 2011… 553 more words


Ash and Silver

I’ve been waiting anxiously after the events of DUST AND LIGHT (EBR review) to continue the series, and finally I can know what happened to Lucian in… 801 more words

Books We Love

Book Review: Ophelia Unraveling by Carol Berg

Rating: Five out of five stars

“Ophelia Unraveling” is a beautiful little chapbook that details the relationship between the maiden from Shakespeare’s Hamlet and the river that drowned her. 91 more words