Reviews for Mistress of the Dancing Bones are starting to come in and people have been very generous with their praise. Here are some of the highlights.
“Once I read the description which includes a strong female protagonist, blood as currency, and vampires as part of the norm I couldn’t wait to jump in.” – Chenelle Bremont
“She travels with a Don Quixote sort of hero, aged a bit rugged, and a naughty languorous two-tailed cat.” – Victoria Bastedo
“There is adventure, excitement and romance and it keeps you turning pages wishing to know the whole story” – Paul D Bacon
“The setting and the characters are so much a part of the landscape that I do not question their existence but instead ache as they thrust themselves into danger and am giddy when any trickles of romance play out.” – Rachel Barnard
“The vampire/nephilim weave is instantly reminiscent of Anne Rice and the fantasy world build up reminds me of Stephen R. Donaldson’s style.” – Kevin W Smith
“The take on vampires was different enough that I didn’t feel that it was just more of the same old same old.” – Charles R Harris
“The author has created a rich and complex universe in this book: Worlds within worlds.” – Doc
“I particularly liked the way that the nature of the world was shown rather than explained.” – Charles R Harris
“The characters were distinctive and robust and became increasingly intriguing to me as the web of relationships and allegiances was revealed, like a world shrouded in mist that becomes clear piece by piece as the mist drifts away.” – Rachel Barnard
“Vivid descriptions of magic that were as unique as they were enthralling. Moments of horror from which I could not tear my eyes away.” – Doc
“I spent about four hours yesterday solid finishing this great read.” – Kevin W Smith
“I’m excited that this is just the first in a series and I look forward to spending more time with them.” – Jenna Normandy
Thank you all for the kind words.