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The Silver Gryphon
Larry Dixon, Mercedes Lackey
The Elvenbane
Andre Norton, Mercedes Lackey

Written in Time

Written in Time - Jerry Ahern, Sharon Ahern I loved this book, you will too!

1636: Commander Cantrell in the West Indies (The Ring of Fire)

1636: Commander Cantrell in the West Indies (The Ring of Fire) - 'Eric Flint',  'Charles E. Gannon' A wonderful read. I have loved the 1632 series, you will too. Eric Flint & Charles Gannon have done an excellent job transporting the reader to the New World in 1635 and 1636, once there the fun begins.

Draw One in the Dark

Draw One in the Dark - Sarah A. Hoyt This is the first book in a great series. It has very interesting characters, and provides quite the ride.

Redwall (Tale of Redwall)

Redwall - Brian Jacques I totally enjoyed the entire Redwall series. I devoured book after tasty book.

Baker's Boy (The Book of Words)

The Baker's Boy - J.V. Jones This series was completely engrossing, the kind of writing that lead you to submerge yourself into it's world, and only come up for meals and trips to the lavatory.

Broken Mage (Reawakening Saga, #3)

Broken Mage  (Reawakening Saga, #3) - D.W. Jackson A bit dreary, but still enjoyable.

Branded Mage: 2 (Reawakening Saga)

Branded Mage - D.W. Jackson A bit of an improvement on its predecessor, an enjoyable read, if you are able to overlook lapses in grammar etc.

Inexperienced Mage (Reawakening Saga) (Volume 1)

Inexperienced Mage (Reawakening Saga) (Volume 1) - D.W. Jackson Not the best book I have ever read, nor the worst. It was an enjoyable pastime. Somewhat predictable, often slightly preposterous, but still all in all, an enjoyable read. Enjoyable enough that I am pressing on with the next book in the series.

Cauldron of Ghosts (Crown of Slaves)

Cauldron of Ghosts (Crown of Slaves) - 'David Weber',  'Eric Flint' Another great book by two great authors. I truly enjoyed the eARC version of this book. Baen just keeps publishing the greatest books!

Princess of Wands

Princess of Wands - John Ringo I have truly enjoyed both books in this series. The characters are delightful. What a great concept for a series. One thing, if you and Barbara are going somewhere, its best that you do the driving!

The Dolphins of Pern

The Dolphins of Pern - Anne McCaffrey Of all of the wonderful books in the "Pern" universe, I have to say that I enjoyed this one the most.

Carousel Tides (Carousel Tides Series)

Η ΔΙΕΘΝΗΣ ΠΟΛΙΤΙΚΗ ΣΤΟΝ 21Ο ΑΙΩΝΑ - Χαράλαμπος Παπασωτηρίου I loved this book, and it's sequel. I like quirky and unusual "worlds" and characters. I also love to escape into a novel and not return to the real world for hours. This series provides all of that. I highly recommend it.

March Upcountry (Empire of Man, #1)

March Upcountry (Empire of Man, #1) - John Ringo,  David Weber What a gripping series this was/is for me. I love the premise, a young spoiled prince, stranded on a hostile planet with few resources, must make his way toward a hope of escape. While at the same time growing up and maturing, both as a man, and as a leader.

1812: The Rivers of War (The Trail of Glory)

1812: The Rivers of War - Eric Flint I found this alternate history series really intriguing. I was thrilled when the 2nd book came out. And I wish there was a 3rd, and a 4th etc.

Mother of Demons

Mother of Demons - Eric Flint This book was really unique, it turned the usual sci-fi story upside down. And it made me cry!

Oath of Swords

Oath of Swords - David Weber First book in a great series, with wonderful characters. Bahzell Bahnakson is a hradani, a race that have terrible tempers, and generally are ostracized by the other races. Not exactly what one would consider a good candidate for a hero...