Jul 222015

cover for Anne Bishop's Daughter of the Blood.Barnes & Noble: “As action-filled and nail-biting as it can be, Bishop makes the powerful choice to confine the most important battles to play out in her characters’ psyches and emotional landscapes. Instead of making them victims for some hero to save, Bishop makes these damaged characters into champions, leading to the trilogy’s most heartbreaking, memorable sequences, as driving most of the major climaxes.

Read the full review of the The Black Jewels Trilogy at B&N’s Sci-fi/Fantasy blog.