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Monday, March 22, 2010

R. J. Anderson’s Faery Rebels: Spell Hunter - Christian Science Fiction & Fantasy Blog Tour



The faeries have lost their magic and are moving toward extinction. A young faery named, Knife, is determined to recover her people's magic. Going against the Queen, she befriends a human named, Paul, and her quest turns dangerous. But Knife's endeavors may not be aiding her people but hurting them.

Okay, do you love this cover or what? Faery Rebels is R.J. Anderson's first published novel. From what I can tell she has been writing for a long time. Can't wait to read this book. Sounds like a cross between The Littles and FernGully. Might make a great film.

What do you think? Have you read it? Don't forget to check in with the other blogsters below and see what they have to say!

Faery Rebels: Spell Hunter CLICK HERE FOR AMAZON PURCHASE 


Author Web site CLICK HERE

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*Participants’ links

Sally Apokedak

Brandon Barr

Amy Browning

Melissa Carswell

CSFF Blog Tour

Stacey Dale

D. G. D. Davidson

Jeff Draper

April Erwin

Timothy Hicks

Jason Isbell

Becky Jesse

Cris Jesse

Jason Joyner

Julie

Carol Keen

Krystine Kercher

Dawn King

Rebecca LuElla Miller

New Authors Fellowship

Nissa

John W. Otte

Donita K. Paul

Crista Richey

Chawna Schroeder

Andrea Schultz

James Somers

Steve Trower

Fred Warren

Phyllis Wheeler

KM Wilsher

4 comments:

Lori Lundquist said...

This appeals to me... the cover, the title, the premise. Thanks for bringing it to my attention. I need a good read!!! :-) Have a great Monday!

sally apokedak said...

oh, you haven't read it yet? You are in for a treat. I actually had it for two months before I finally read it and then I was eagerly clicking on Amazon looking for book 2. It's soooo good. Really a satisfying read. The more I think about it, the more I like it. It was entertaining and yet it felt so worthwhile. Deep. I loved it.

Chris said...

Sounds interesting!

R.J. Anderson said...

Taking three days to post about a book you haven't had the chance to read yet -- I think there should be a medal for that! Thanks so much for participating in the tour, and if you do ever get the chance to read it, I hope you'll enjoy.