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It’s one of the very first books that made me fall in love with epic fantasy stories and star Admittedly, it’s been years rileanan I last picked up this book, but it, and the following books in the series, are ones I have read multiple times and will eventually read again.

Trivia About The Witches of Ei A nice epic fantasy series. Kwte is best known for her historical novel Bitter Greenswhich interweaves a retelling of the Rapunzel fairy tale with the true life story of the woman who first told the tale, the 17th century French writer Charlotte-Rose de Caumont de La Force.

Kate Forsyth has created a wonderful, fully realised fantasy world of magic creatures, fabulous dragons and evil enemies. Contentious material about living persons that is unsourced or poorly sourced must be removed immediatelyespecially if potentially libelous or harmful. It was after this scene that I was able to let myself fall completely into the story.

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In the Celtic land of Eileanan, witches and magic… More. The Witches of Eileanan by Kate Forsyth. Best of the Years Fun! The Witches of Eileanan.

However, Forsyth, unlike many authors who attempt fosyth, is consistent. I don’t understand how details were skipped over in some of the explanations early in the book, yet we are forced to experience every step of an overlong trip. Some bits are glossed over in a way that bothered me and some bits could have been clarified in a better way.


The Witches of Eileanan Series. But if you’re a fan of the genre, and haven’t yet read the work of Forsyth, you’re in for a late. I have a severe sleeping disorder for years now and one thing that helps me to fall asleep is imagining myself lying in a safe, often magical, place that keeps out all kinds of evil lurking around outside of it.

Not sure if I will be picking up the next one unless someone whose taste in books I trust recommends it to me. The first 10 pages or so felt like coming home to me. Shelve The Skull of the World. It flrsyth all the things I like: I knew before turning the first page that Dragonclaw is a YA fantasy novel, however in the very beginning when two witches are discussing the events of the land in front of an open fire, I found I had no idea what they were talking about and even wondered if I’d missed a book.

An excellent start to a six part series, this first episode had me fofsyth all the way through as apprentice witch Isabeau and her ancient mentor Meghan start on their quest to restore magic to the land of Eileanan and depose the wicked queen who has enthralled their ruler. Besides, it changed my life. June Learn how and when to remove this template message.

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There’s a lot of elements at play in this one and I’m curious to see how all the factions start to develop. They wish for the old days to be back, where witches were allies and friends to all humans, faeries and creatures. A host eileeanan characters, both mundane and magical, will assist in their quest to recover the Lodestone and bring down the evil reign of Maya the Unknown. But the initial few are very kzte reads with lots of interesting ideas mixed in with the classic fantasy archetypes.


Never May my heart be kind, my mind fierce, my spirit brave. A new Day of Reckoning is at hand…. Just so you know, some of the books we review are received free from publishers. Books by Kate Forsyth. With such a solid basis, the rest of the series promises to be excellent. I don’t mind the odd Scottish word thrown in when it is a commonly used one that does ot generally feature in the language of, say, Australia or the Foorsyth, but an entire book where the characters ALL speak in almost a dialect?

Isault and Lachlan must continue to deal with their military position in Tirsoilleir—where a spy has compromised their tactical secrets, leaving them at a tremendous loss. It starts out interestingly enough with the main character Isabeau taking tests and learning of the imminent danger the world is facing.

The witches katf survived the Day Of Betrayal are slowly gathering forces, appropriately named, the rebels.

In the land of Eileanan, the Pact of Peace has no… More.