Rated 4.00/5 based on 4 reviews
A dormouse awakens & utters a mysterious prophecy. In the centre of The Great Woods, an ancient tree receives some strange visitors. Rumours abound. Change is in the air. This is the age... of Nostradormouse.
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Reviews of Nostradormouse by Chris Tinniswood

James Jenkins reviewed on Feb. 15, 2020

A fresh classic tale. Lots of writers try to freshen old tales, most fail, this one is very well done.

It feels like a new story, while giving you remembrances of old favorites.
(review of free book)
tweety89 reviewed on Aug. 5, 2011

I loved this book and would recommend it to others.
(review of free book)
R. A. Danger reviewed on June 14, 2011

Written a bit like one of the old animal tales mix with modern fantasy, which gives the story it’s own unique style. It tells how the first dormouse came to have the power to see the future and the knowledge to heal others. The dormouse goes out into the world to give names, save animals and await for the moment to go to the tree and do the final act. That the fish with the eight acorns of wisdom is probably the one responsible for what is happening with the tree even if the story doesn’t say it.
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Aichje Books reviewed on July 28, 2010

This book reminds me of Aesop's Fables. It is a very good read and a lovely way to explain the Bear Stars. This is a very versatile book because, while adults will enjoy it, it will appeal across a wide range of ages and will also serve very well as bedtime reading for children. However, I do have one suggestion for improvement, which is that some of the line spacing needs to be regularised. Finally, I have a small suggestion -- in one place an ampersand (&) is used and, for professional appearance, it needs to be replaced with the full word. In summary, I enjoyed the book and will recommend it to others.
(This review was written by Marie Harlech-Jones, author of 'Dangerous Journey' on Smashwords.)
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