Monday, June 24, 2013

Ennara and the Fallen Druid by Angela Myron

Ennara was caulborn and is thought to have special powers.  Her parents have kept her hidden to protect her from those who would like to control her powers.  It's a bit boring growing up at home and not being allowed to go anywhere.  Then she's attacked by a shadowspawn...

Goddess Fish Blog Tour and the author allowed me to read an ebook of this story.  You can buy the book in the following places:  Amazon , Barnes & Noble , and Smashwords .

Her family requests the local wizard to come and see if he can help them with the shadow demons hiding in the woods.  When he arrives, he brings them bad news.  The shadow demons are everywhere.  His only hope is to cross the ocean and visit a city buried under the sea.  And he need to take Ennara with him.

I really enjoyed this fantasy tale.  Ennara is young and inexperienced.  She finds herself in impossible situations but, with the help of her friends and some luck, she gets out of trouble.  Even when the wizard is hurt and they must go on without him, she doesn't hesitate and does what she must.

The author makes her characters strong, brave enough to face their fears, and dedicated to each other.  That resonated with me.  She also adds one little twist to the end of the story that I really liked, it made me smile.

Whether you are old or young, this a good fantasy adventure I think you'll enjoy it. 

Angela will be awarding to a randomly drawn commenter during each week on the tour, a wall calendar print from http://www.cafepress.com/ennaraswag (Items can be exchanged for other equal or lesser value items from Ennara Swag on Cafepress.), and will award a t-shirt from http://www.cafepress.com/ennaraswag to one randomly drawn commenter during the tour (US ONLY). 

Here is where to enter the contests:  T-shirt  &  Calendar

Happy reading.

7 comments:

Goddess Fish Promotions said...

Thank you for hosting today.

Sherry said...

I had the pleasure of hearing Angela read in workshop and I'm very impressed with her writing. She doesn't seem to go hammer-and-tongs to make a story work, it just seems to flow out of her. Her characters are distinct and memorable. I can't wait to buy the book so I can see how the story ends!

Angela Myron said...

Thank you so much for the great review, Jo Ann! I'm so happy you enjoyed the book.

Angela Myron said...

Thank you so much, Sherry! Your critiques helped so much in developing the story. I'm eternally grateful. I hope the ending does you proud!

bn100 said...

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Donna Sundblad said...

Sounds like a my kind of hero's journey. Thanks for sharing.

Angela Myron said...

Thank you, Donna and bn100!