Wednesday, July 6, 2011

"Lady of Foxdale" by Malcolm Cowen Book Review



Genre: Christian Fantasy

Recommendation: Excellent

Originality – 5/5
Writing Style – 5/5
Plot – 5/5
Characters – 5/5
Aesthetics – 4/5

The most realistic and sophisticated fantasy novel I’ve ever read!
Haunted by past mistakes, Mary suddenly finds herself in a new world and in the midst of a battle. What will she do? How did she get here? Will she be able to get home or is she stuck in this world for good?
Lady of Foxdale has it all: mystery, realistic and deep characters, a believable world, love, war, redemption, and the most exquisite form of storytelling you can imagine.
Lady of Foxdale is a clean read and should be completely inoffensive to Christian readers. It has a strong Christian ethic and a natural incorporation of Biblical and moral messages throughout.
I heartily recommend making Lady of Foxdale your next read. It is a truly Excellent choice. Also, look for my review of the sequel, Daughter of the King, coming soon.
Lady of Foxdale is available as an e-book from The E-Book Shop.
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