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Monday, April 13, 2015

Review: Emerald Keep (Persis Chronicles #2) by A. Catherine Noon & Rachel Wilder

Emerald Keep by A. Catherine Noon
Published April 8th 2015 by Torquere Press


When Emerald Keeper Teeka returns to the city of Reghdad and leaves the harsh desert behind, he finds that not all dangers come from the Great Valley. The dangerous Daymonth is nearly upon them and no one can survive on the surface of the planet — but Senior Hunter Quill Mayer is trying to get to Reghdad, and Teeka, before the start of it. Even if he makes it, Emerald Keep denies Teeka’s Contract with Senior Hunter Quill, and Teeka discovers his enemy is more powerful than any of them suspected and he will stop at nothing to separate Teeka and Quill — even by striking in the very heart of the city.

Review by: Fadia

My Rating: 3 of 5 Stars
Bronze



This story is interesting original story with a dash of what of middle eastern culture. It is extremely important to read this story in order. Quill dark, handsome and very powerful hunter's relationship with Teeka who is a Keeper solidifies more in this installment.



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About The Authors

A. Catherine Noon

For author and textile artist A. Catherine Noon, it’s all about the yarn, both metaphorical and literal – spinning a yarn, knitting with yarn, weaving, sewing, painting, sharing stories and good times over a cup of coffee with dark chocolate.
A writer since the age of nine, Ms. Noon enjoys telling stories about all sorts of things. She has written fantasy, science fiction, autobiography, cooking, spirituality, and a host of other topics. An avid essayist, she writes for several popular blogs. She also keeps up a vibrant personal correspondence with friends around the world.
She learned to knit in 2000 and hasn’t looked back. She started out knitting basic projects and developed into a lace designer, focusing on story shawls, sweaters, and socks. Her current project is to improve knitting sweaters from the top down without seams.
She teaches creative writing, creative expression and textile arts. While she does have a day job in the real world, she hopes one day to write full time. Until then, she enjoys writing, teaching, and working since they all synergistically support one another.


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