Friday, June 21, 2013

{Book Review} "The Reluctant Goddess" by A.F. Firebird

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Book Description:

Ellena Ripley is a bookshop owner from a rural town in the south of England - or so she thinks. But lately, she has a growing sense that life is not as it seems. At night, she dreams of a serene man who appears to be trying to tell her something; In the day, she can't shake a feeling of expectation. But of what?

 Meanwhile Hector, servant of LIFE and the man from Ellena's dreams, has a dilemma. How do you tell someone they are a goddess? His previous attempts have met with disaster so he must be cautious, particularly when his new trainee, Boudica, formerly Queen of the Iceni tries to help. The question is can they succeed before it is too late?

About the Author, A.F. Firebird:

A.F. Firebird is the alter ego of a sociologist/psychologist turned web developer from the UK. While A.F. Firebird has worked in several fields her primary focus is the exploration of six virtues: appreciation, forgiveness, compassion, humility, understanding and valour. Her first novel, The Reluctant Goddess, numerous short stories and children's books, all investigate aspects of these virtues. 

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A.F. Firebird pens "The Reluctant Goddess" in a fascinating plot about reincarnation, spirit guardians and how the main character goes about finding her true self, with a touch of humor thrown in. The characters were believable and sometimes different but totally worth knowing. An enjoyable read for all fantasy fans.

I give "The Reluctant Goddess" a 4 star rating.

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