Review: Shadow Hand (Tales of Goldstone Wood #6)

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Title: Shadow Hand (Tale of Goldstone Wood #6)

Author: Anne Elisabeth Stengl

Published: March 4th 2014 by Bethany House Publishers

This is a story about Lady Daylily. She was a free-spirited, tell-it-like-it-is, type of princess, but the only problem with her life, was that her father wanted her to be betrothed to the Prince of Southlands, and he isn’t the prince she loves, handsome and dispossessed Lionheart, but his cousin, the awkward and foolish Prince Foxbrush. Unable to bear the future she sees as her wedding day dawns, Daylily flees into the dangerous Wilderlands, her only desire to vanish from living memory.

But Foxbrush, determined to rescue his betrothed, pursues Daylily into a new world of magic and peril, a world where vicious Faerie beasts hold sway, a world invaded by a lethal fey parasite and is hauntingly familiar.

This story was good, I liked it 🙂 I liked the world building, the MC, the character’s roles in this book, the plot, everything I liked 🙂 Except for one thing, the writing, and the back and forth b/w POV’s that always confuses me. Because a character would be talking about one thing, and then all of a sudden jumps to a whole different thing that hasn’t been talked about yet. But if that didn’t happen, then this book would be PERFECT. (Don’t worry that this is #6, its just the 6th book taken place in the “fantasy” world of the “Wilderlands” 🙂 )

 

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