Tuesday, August 31, 2010

The Voices of Ire by Aubrie Dionne


The Voices of Ire is like stepping into a magical land. The land is ruled by Wishcasters, and is threatened by the Murk.

Young Azalin, struggling to hide her powers and fit in with her neighbors, proves to be a wonderful character.

When she is invited to the Eaglecrest Kingdom to participate in the trials, which will determine the positions of the new Wishcasters, she doesn't go with excitement. Accompanied by her best friend, she makes the journey, and discovers her new role in life.

The characters in this book are interesting and lovable. Aubrie created a world of magic that is easy to walk in to. This book is well written and would be a great read for young adults or adults.

To learn more about Aubrie and her writings visit: http://www.authoraubrie.com/. You may also find the interview I had with her earlier in the year interesting.

6 comments:

Cherie Reich said...

I loved Aubrie's THE VOICES OF IRE. I still think it is one of the best books she's written.

Angie said...

Thanks for the review. I really enjoy Aubrie's work!

Aubrie said...

Thank you so much for posting this wonderful review!

Cher Green said...

Cherie/Angie, This is the first book of Aubrie's that I've read. I was impressed.

Aubrie, Thank you for a wonderful read.

Terry W. Ervin II said...

I'm not up on UK publishers, especially small presses there. For YA--definately a possibility to put on my classroom's shelf. For my students, 'easy to walk into' is often important.

Cher Green said...

Terry, I'm sure Aubrie would find this a great honor.

 
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