Tuesday, August 07, 2007

Voice of Crow's first review!

The Romance Zone got in way early to be the first to review the sequel to Eyes of Crow. The author of the review is Merry Cutler, owner of Annie's Book Stop in Sharon, MA.
Many times, when the first book in a series is as good as “Eyes of Crow” was, the reader is disappointed by the succeeding volumes. This is not the case with “Voice of Crow” – if anything it is more powerful, more gripping, than the first book, as the characters grow and mature and are more fully developed by this skillful author.

Now that's what I like to hear. Sophomore slump, be damned!

Read the rest here. In the second paragraph, she gives a wonderful summary of the series in just a few sentences. I may have to steal it....

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YAY! Congratulations, Jeri! Great review!

Posted by: Blogger Sarah Beth Durst at 8/07/2007 10:37 PM

YEAH again! I really love the last line of the review!


Posted by: Anonymous Anonymous at 8/08/2007 8:15 AM

I want that book RIGHT NOW. Man, I hate waiting.

Posted by: Blogger Ann Aguirre at 8/08/2007 1:05 PM

Great review, Jeri. Tops!

Posted by: Blogger Rob S. at 8/08/2007 2:40 PM

Awesome! Can't wait to read it!

Posted by: Blogger Andrew at 8/09/2007 10:58 AM

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