Sunday, 9 December 2012

British Romance Fiction Blog Reviews The Tide Breaker by Sonya Watson


For Sonya's next tour date with Page Turner Book Tours she stops by British Romance Fiction Blog for a review.

Here is an excerpt from the review...

"This is a highly complex mythological tale centred on the personal growth and traumas of Abrianna. It is undefined in time, apart from a brief flash of someone being spirited into 2010; in terms of locality, there is a brief reference to New York State. The action takes place against a background of inter-species conflict. The named species have their mythological bases. Homo Sapiens is in conflict with the Wendigoes (Cannibalistic spirits in Algonquin (Native American) mythology, the Nephilim (a race of giants in Canaan, described in the Book of Job ' the product of sampling forbidden fruit), and 'original fictional' tribes such as Primes, Strangelings and Elementals. "


Please click HERE to read the full feature.

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Our Next Stop is:

With Unwritten for a guest post

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Tour stops still to come: 

11 December 2012 ~ Tasha Turner ~ Guest Post

12 December 2012 ~ Jamie Leigh Haden ~ Interview

13 December 2012 ~ Philia Book Tours ~ Promo Stop

14 December 2012 ~ Pandragon Dan ~ Guest Post

15 December 2012 ~ Decadent Decisions ~ Guest Post

16 December 2012 ~ Lia Fairchild ~ Spotlight

17 December 2012 ~ Guerrilla Wordfare ~ Spotlight/book feature

18 December 2012 ~ My World ~ Review

19 December 2012 ~  Joe McCoubrey, Thriller Writer ~ Guest Post

20 December 2012 ~ Dina Rae Writes ~ Interview

21 December 2012 ~ Lorraine Nelson ~ Review

22 December 2012 ~ Reading, Writing and More ~ Author Spotlight

23 December 2012 ~ Marian L ~ Review

24 December 2012AT Russell ~ Interview

25 December 2012 ~ Read 2 Review ~ Review

26 December 2012 ~ Trisha Wilson ~ Spotlight

27 December 2012 ~ Page Turner Book Tours ~ Closing To Tour

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2 comments:

  1. "The Tide Breakers" sounds like a fascinating book. I will be putting that on the top of my Christmas list. Thanks! Another great book that focuses on personal growth is called, "Quest for the Lost Name" by author George Makris. This a novel that is a romantic adventure wrapped into a mystery in which the main character must go through personal growth and transformation. http://questforthelostname.com/ LOVED IT!!!

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