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Book Review (and a Guest Post!): Guardian by Terri …

The eponymous guardian in Dolores Redondo's refers to a mythical Basque creature called a . According to a character in the book, " are real creatures, hominids about two and a half meters tall, with broad shoulders, long hair on their heads, and thick hair all over their bodies They live in the woods and are an intrinsic part of them, acting as protectors. According to legends, they make sure the harmony of the forest remains intact." This fictional character may believe are real, however, like Yeti, the Loch Ness Monster and Bigfoot, a has rarely-to-never been seen and has yet to be caught on film.

Still, regardless of their elusiveness – or maybe because of ...

The Trials of the Core (Guardian of the Core Book 1) - Kindle edition by Michael Thies

Book Review in The Guardian – The Kingdom of Women

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Joint Review: Guardian of the Dead by Karen Healey

Like with all complex paranormal/urban fantasy novels the first in a series always needs a whole lot of world building. In the beginning I’m usually a little confused because you are bombarded with a new vocabulary and a whole lot of explanations. This is definitely the case in Guardian’s Bond and made for a little slower beginning but once the story picked up I was completely immersed in it. I really loved spending time in this world.

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