1. Sherwood Smith says:

    I’d like to be entered. Alas, I don’t remember which books I’ve reviewed in the last week, so here’s my review of a well known book, Austen’s Mansfield Park, and yesterday’s blog post is a sort of fast review of an ebook and two movies, here.

  2. Sherwood Smith says:

    I messed up the html–the blog post is here.

  3. Martin LaBar says:

    I just got Auralia’s Colors in the mail yesterday, based on favorable mention in this blog, so won’t be reading this fourth book real soon, even if I win, but I hope to read all of Overstreet’s books. My most recent review (Which Blogger decided to post already, in spite of it’s Blogger date) is here. It’s a review of a fantasy novel by Patricia A. McKillip.

    Thanks for your blog!

  4. Galadriel says:

    I love those books, but already own them/

  5. Bob says:

    “I find myself at a loss, really, to sum up all I experienced as I read (wrote) this book.”


    Your synopsis of Overstreet’s series, with its unique characters on their perilous journeys, reminded me of your own trilogy. I’m thinking that’s why you had such a connection to the story. I’m betting your styles are similar too. I’d recommend to anyone who likes this reading to read the Seventh World Trilogy as well.

    Now if that’s not buttering the pan.

  6. I should have mentioned, also: I will pick the winner on May 6, when my interview with Jeffrey posts here.

  7. […] Quoting from my review at Speculative Faith of The Ale Boy’s Feast (all of which, including a plot synopsis of the whole series, you can read here): […]

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