The Prince’s Man by Deborah Jay

Loving this new review of The Prince’s Man from a member of Rosie’s Book Review Team – thanks Jessie 😀

Behind the Willows


This book was solid.

Solid in the sense that it was, and I quote from, havingrelativefirmness,coherenceofparticles,orpersistenceofform, asmatterthatisnotliquidorgaseous

This newly created world is firm, there are no gaps or jumps of reasoning. One creature, idea, magic or bit of history flows right into the next. Characters that appear substantial at the beginning of the book do nothing but grow and evolve as their backstory unfolds behind them.

This is solidly written fantasy tale.

It was also solid in the, and now I quote form urban dictionary, cool or awesome aspect.  .

In this land people play a deadly game that involves lots of spying. Of course along with spying goes the lying. And that’s where the awesome part came in because more than once, just as the main character figured out some sort of mystery…

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  1. Terrific review, Deb! Congratulations! And it’s moving ever closer to the top of my TBR pile. Looking forward to it very much! (Assuming I survive the holidays and EVER have time to read again, of course.) 🙂

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    1. Thanks Marcia – fingers crossed you do survive!
      If the weather permits me to get to Scotland for Hogmanay, I shall be taking Swamp Ghosts with me 😀
      I’d planned on reading it up there in October. It went up with me, but sadly came back unread due to lack of time, largely because I went on a writing binge!


  2. Fantastic my friend! Shared around he haunts and added to my ‘author friends book’ board. xo

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    1. Thanks Deb! 😀

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