A Thousand Glass Flowers

A Thousand Glass Flowers Two people one an extraordinary young woman the other an embittered immortal man Both seeking concealed spells that could annihilate life In a quest through a world where Others lace their way in and

  • Title: A Thousand Glass Flowers
  • Author: Prue Batten
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 101
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Two people one an extraordinary young woman, the other an embittered immortal man Both seeking concealed spells that could annihilate life.In a quest through a world where Others lace their way in and out of the lives of mortals, this is a story of legend, love, and clashing ideals A story of murder, regret and revenge a story that journeys across a world too hauntinglTwo people one an extraordinary young woman, the other an embittered immortal man Both seeking concealed spells that could annihilate life.In a quest through a world where Others lace their way in and out of the lives of mortals, this is a story of legend, love, and clashing ideals A story of murder, regret and revenge a story that journeys across a world too hauntingly like our own.

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    1. I know it may sound exaggerated, but words can make fantasy true to our mind eye. Finely-chiselled, preciously embroidered words can materialize what we only dare fancy about. Prue Batten is very good with words, her talent to create characters and places and to make them true to her readers is undeniable.Imagine the magic, exotic world of “A Thousand and One Nights”. Add a dark, damaged, doomed hero whose attractiveness is magnified by his power to mesmer. Make him engaged in an adventurous [...]

    2. A Magical read. Author Prue Batten has created a whirl wind story that takes you on a ride of emotions. The character you’ll absolutely fall in love with. They are very believable and their stories will bond them to you. I found the plot and the pace to be very well done. Not once did I find myself wondering away from the story. The originality of this story put fairy tails in a whole new category. I found Prue writing style to be well developed. There was not anything I did not like about thi [...]

    3. In fairness to the author, I feel that I should take into consideration that this is the third in a companion series of which I have not read the first two. Perhaps this unfairly colors my appreciation of the book; however, it was touted as a stand-alone, so I will judge it as one.First, would-be authors of fantasy must get through their heads that in order for magical elements to be effective within the framework of a narrative, there must be understandable rules governing the use of magic. Bat [...]

    4. A Thousand Glass Flowers tells the fantatical tale of Lalita, a female scribe whose talents draw the unwanted attention of a Sultan, and Finnian, an Other with the power to mesmer, seeking revenge on his brutal grandmother, Isolde. Both characters are drawn into the search for the missing Cantrips of Unlife, although with different intentions: Lalita wants to save her family from the end of the world, whilst Finnian seeks them in order to destroy his. It is inevitable that their paths will cross [...]

    5. This book would have never have made my bookshelf if it not been free on . I downloaded it to my ipod one day and totally forgot about it until I ended up camping this weekend with no book to read. I did skim read through the final third because it just wasn't keeping my attention.Pros: Parts of the story were captivating (although it would be spoilers to tell which). In the beginning, I enjoyed Lalita's character (although the longer the story went on, the more flat she became). Really the pros [...]

    6. Prue Batten's A Thousand Glass Flowers is an unusual fantasy novel and an unconventional romance novel. She spends half the book developing the hero and heroine before they finally meet.Their universe is a fascinating, detailed, three-way mashup between Renaissance Arabic, Italian, and Irish worlds without the churchy aspects of religion, but heavily larded with the presence of magic.This way of simply ignoring religion in worlds that you might expect to be sodden with it is becoming typical of [...]

    7. This is a great addition to The Chronicles of Eirie series; The Stumpwork Robe and The Last Stitch. Rather than leading on from the other two adventures which are chronological, this novel is almost a parallel drama, answering questions raised in the other volumes and deepening the understanding of the “world” of the fantasy novels. In this one Lalita and Finnian move through a finely-described, extraordinary world. There are traces of the familiar, from different times and cultures which me [...]

    8. WOWwhat a book! The story is sweet, a wonderful detailed narration. I'm amazed at Prue Batten's ingenious world created trough this series. Couldn't have imagine it ever, not even in my wildest dreams. The story of the brothers is moving, they all have had tragic stories, being Phelim the lucky one when found by Ebba who protected him and so far the only one to get to know contentment and happiness with Adelina and her child Isabella. Liam and Finian the twins are such strong characters, so powe [...]

    9. In this rich fantasy of a story, Ms. Batten pens a world so real, yet so elusive, the reader is drawn immediately in to discover!Read full review in the 2012 September issue of InD’tale Magazine.

    10. I took a long time to read this. leaving and coming back. slow plot but a fun to read because its off most peoples radar.

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