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Friday, January 6, 2012

The Roving Reader

Hi there everyone!
Happy Friday to you one and all.
Out and about at the moment so keeping this post quick. Saw a little bookish something that looked wonderfully magical and winter-ish (which fits our crazy ever changing weather down's freezing! ).  Take a look at this find..

Sara Prineas

Anyone read it or know anything about it?  It has me curious.
So, what have you seen lately that's caught your eye? Feel free to share in the comments below or in your own Roving Reader post.

Until next time....happy reading!


Megan said...

I haven't heard of it but it looks like a great book. I live in Australia so the weather in this side of the world is hot, hot, hot!! I'm actually feeling a little envious of your winter!

Megan @ Storybook Love Affair

Juju at Tales of said...

I love this cover. It looks so cool and magical.

Rebecca (RivkaBelle) said...

Never heard of it, but it looks gorgeous! :o)

LoriStrongin said...

Don't know anything about this one, I'm afraid. But I just discovered Song of Achilles by Madeline Miller which is a retelling of the Troy story from the point of view of Patrocolus. So far, so good!


....Petty Witter said...

Loving the cover. I wouldn't be at all surprised if this was published quite a while ago.

GMR said...

Megan: Really? Hot? Oh wait...that makes sense. Don't worry, it'll be that way here soon enough (too soon...).

Juju: Agreed!

Rebecca: Definitely.

LoriStrongin: Huh...sounds interesting. *brings up search page*

Petty Witter: It does have an older feel to the cover art....good call!

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