Seer's Blood

Rated 5.00/5 based on 2 reviews
A mountain community under siege rediscovers its lost roots--and its magic--in the grit of an outcast girl, the heart of a stranger, and the mystical touch of lost seer's blood. A book once honored by Andre Norton in the Gryphon Award. More

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About Doranna Durgin

Doranna Durgin is an award-winning author (the Compton Crook for Best First SF/F/H novel) whose quirky spirit has led to an extensive and eclectic publishing journey across genres, publishers, and publishing lines. Beyond that, she hangs around outside her Southwest mountain home with a Lipizzan gelding and highly accomplished competition dogs. She doesn't believe in mastering the beast within, but in channeling its power--for good or bad has yet to be decided! She says, “My books are SF/F, mystery, paranormal romance, & romantic suspense. My world is the Southwest, and my dogs are Beagles!”

Doranna’s most recent releases encompass the three books of the Reckoners trilogy--a powerful ghostbuster raised by a spirit, her brilliantly eccentric backup team, a cat who isn't a cat, and a fiercely driven bounty hunter from a different dimension who brings them together when worlds collide.

Along with a growing numer of originals, these Smashwords editions are author presentations of favorites once found on bookstore shelves.

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Reviews

Review by: adrianne on Oct. 31, 2011 :
Seer’s Blood instantly draws you into a fabulously imagined Appalachia that might have been. The cadence and textures of the setting are wonderfully evocative, and a vast relief from over-done traditional fantasy settings. The magic is perfectly done, neither too encompassing, nor too rare. But the best part are the well drawn characters and the fascinating problems that they encounter.
(reviewed 5 months after purchase)
Review by: adrianne on Oct. 31, 2011 :
Seer’s Blood instantly draws you into a fabulously imagined Appalachia that might have been. The cadence and textures of the setting are wonderfully evocative, and a vast relief from over-done traditional fantasy settings. The magic is perfectly done, neither too encompassing, nor too rare. But the best part are the well drawn characters and the fascinating problems that they encounter.
(reviewed 5 months after purchase)
Review by: Cleota Parker on July 16, 2011 : (no rating)
Excellent read. Well written. This book managed to be extremely suspenseful (almost more than I could handle at times) without losing sensitivity and character development. I wll definitely search out more books by this author.
(reviewed 22 days after purchase)
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