Sunday, December 10, 2017
#Review and #Giveaway: Ghost Owl by Nancy Schoellkopf @nanschoellkopf @iReadBookTours #GhostOwl #NancySchoellkopf #fantasy
Mariah Easter wakes up in the middle of the night to discover the world is as bright as noon--but for her eyes only. Urged by her godfather, she embarks on a mission to peer into the dark spaces normally hidden from view, leading her to confront the sinister nature of power, the vulnerability of the ill, and the hidden life of a homeless man: a journey that will bring healing to herself and the man she loves.
I discovered this book is the third in a series but apparently a stand-alone.I think it might have served me well to read the first two books. It took me awhile to get into this book as I felt it started off a bit slow. However, once it got to the heart of what the book was really about, it took off.
Although the summary says the main character embarks on a mission, this was more another dimension that is thrust upon her almost unwillingly, She has to move through the fantasy elements to not only find her "tribe" but to come back to where she began.
I loved that through it all, she discovers more about life than she would have by not having her powers to "see." The twist throughout was just enough to keep me reading.
This book gets 4 stars from me.
Disclosure: I received a free copy of this book in order to facilitate my review. The views here are 100% my own and may differ from yours. ~Michelle aka Naila Moon
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Nancy Schoellkopf has been creating stories and writing poems for many lifetimes. She is the author of the Avian Series, a collection of novels with elements of magical realism.
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