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When Janna is saved from a wild boar by the villein Godric, she's not sure whether to kiss him or slap him. The last thing she needs is a beau. Janna wants the freedom to follow her dreams - and a marriage proposal isn't in her plans. But Janna's life is shattered when her mother Eadgyth, a healer, dies suddenly, and Janna suspects poison. With so many suspects - from theWhen Janna is saved from a wild boar by the villein Godric, she's not sure whether to kiss him or slap him. The last thing she needs is a beau. Janna wants the freedom to follow her dreams - and a marriage proposal isn't in her plans. But Janna's life is shattered when her mother Eadgyth, a healer, dies suddenly, and Janna suspects poison. With so many suspects - from the posturing apothecary to the vengeful priest, from the jealous midwife, who might know Eadgyth's secrets, to Dame Alice's young attendant, who isn't telling all she knows - Janna will need all her courage and skill to bring the murderer to justice. Who can she trust, when even Godric and Hugh, the dashing nobleman, have secrets which threaten her heart and safety?Set in medieval England, 'Rosemary for Remembrance' is the first in an exciting mystery series from award-winning author Felicity Pulman.The Janna Mysteries chart Janna's journey as she goes in search of her unknown father. Her travels will bring her into the company of peasants and pilgrims, jongleurs and nuns, spies and assassins, an illegitimate son of Henry I, and his daughter, the Empress Matilda. With England in the grip of civil war, secrets abound, loyalties change, passions run high, and Janna encounters the darkest side of human nature: the greed, ambition, deceit and fear which so often lead to betrayal and murder. She will need all her courage and insight to escape danger and solve the crimes she encounters along her journey....

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ISBN : 9781760082864
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Number of Pages : 282 Pages
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Blood Oath Reviews

  • Angelique Simonsen
    2019-06-10 07:55

    a good clean ya read. am enjoying this so going to keep on with the trilogy

  • Carrie Slager
    2019-05-17 12:57

    [Full disclosure: I requested and received a free ebook through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.]I’d previously read I, Morgana by Felicity Pulman so although I normally wouldn’t pick up what amounts to a medieval murder mystery, I decided to request Blood Oath on NetGalley anyway. She did such a good job with the Arthurian legends I stepped out of my comfort zone to give this one a try. In the end, I’m glad I did.Janna is a young woman living with her healer mother, a bit of an outcast in the community because of her rather progressive views on religion but someone who was generally respected enough to come to when people were in trouble. But when a lady calls Janna’s mother to help her with her birth and then again when the infant won’t suckle, Janna’s life turns upside down when she is called to the manor to discover her mother dead. It doesn’t take long for her to realize that her mother was of course poisoned, but who did it? How can one teenager girl, completely alone in the world and an outcast in her own community, solve a mysterious murder that no one thinks was a murder?Clearly, we have an interesting plot in the beginning but it does get even more interesting. As Janna roots out suspects and tries to establish a timeline of events leading up to her mother’s death, religious tensions within the community flare and Janna’s position becomes even more precarious than before, particularly since she’s a woman living on her own. I can’t really go into much more detail about the plot because it would give away some of the pretty cool plot twists, but needless to say Janna does find her mother’s killer and it’s not who you would expect or for the reasons you would think.The murder mystery itself is pretty fascinating, but it was the characters that really caught my attention. Janna herself is pretty progressive for a woman at the time because of her mother’s independence but she still is a woman of her time. She knows that speaking out too much on certain topics can endanger her very life so she has to tread a fine line between standing up for what she believes in and not rocking the boat too much. But when she discovers who really murdered her mother, she decides to act rather than carry on without carrying out a little bit of justice/revenge. Janna is obsessed with finding her mother’s murderer, particularly because they argued so much in the few days leading up to her death. So there’s an element of guilt driving her but also a sense of duty and justice. She wants things to be right and balanced but knows that it’s not always possible in medieval England, particularly with the vicious civil war being waged close to her community.In Blood Oath, Felicity Pulman has clearly done her research about the time. I’m no expert on medieval England but she lends a very authentic feeling to the novel by using the old spellings and old names for where the action takes place in the novel. Instead of using Oxford, she uses Oxeneford, just little stuff like that. I was also fascinated by the detail she went into for describing medieval remedies for various ailments. Clearly, she has done her research and she says in her Author’s Note that all of the background events in the novel are very true: there really was a civil war between King Stephen and Empress Matilda (sometimes known as Maude) being waged in England at the time and it really did split loyalties as is described in the novel. It will be interesting to see just how much of an impact the civil war has on Janna since she decides to leave her village at the end of the novel.To sum things up: Blood Oath isn’t the most fascinating book I’ve ever read because the plot is a little slow in the beginning but it is a good book. The characters are good but I didn’t think they were anything special and Felicity Pulman’s research was excellent. So if the blurb has interested you, I would recommend giving Blood Oath a try.I give this book 4/5 stars.

  • Deba
    2019-06-03 10:42

    Guest Post: The Janna Chronicles by Felicity Pulman February 9, 2015ShaheenBlog Tour2"Hi guys! Felicity Pulman is taking over today with a guest post about Janna, the protagonist in her new series The Janna Chronicles which is being published by Momentum Books in the coming months. This is really exciting because the whole series will be released in ebook format between January and June – roughly a book a month!"The Janna Chronicles:1.Blood Oath2.The Stolen Child3.Unholy Murder4.Pilgrim of Death5.Devil’s Brew6.Day of JudgmentHere’s a little bit about the first book:Guest Post: The Janna Chronicles by Felicity Pulman "Blood Oath"Published: January 22nd 2015 by Momentum BooksFormat: eBook, 282 pagesSeries: The Janna Chronicles #1Genres: Fantasy, HistoricalGoodreads • Buy the ebook • Amazon • iTunesLove, revenge, secrets – and murder – in a medieval kingdom at war. "A young woman, left alone and destitute after the mysterious death of her mother, plants a sprig of rosemary on her grave and vows, somehow, to bring the murderer to justice. But who can Janna trust with the truth? Even the villein Godric, who wants to marry her, and Hugh, the dashing nobleman, have secrets that threaten her heart and her safety. In a country torn apart by the vicious civil war between King Stephen and the Empress Matilda, Janna needs all her wits and courage to stay alive as she comes closer to those who are determined to silence her forever.Walking in the Footsteps of My Character‘Death follows you,’ says an old woman to Janna, who has joined a group of pilgrims following her sworn oath to avenge her mother’s murder. But first she needs to find her unknown father – which means she also needs to solve the mystery of her own birth as well as the many crimes and mysteries she encounters on her quest.When I first began this medieval crime series, I knew only how it would start and where it might end. I didn’t know I’d be writing six books, nor did I know where Janna’s journey would take her, or even if the ending I’d planned was really the end. I certainly had no knowledge of an old woman and her warning.For me, writing a book is something of a mystical business. I think of a character or a situation, but before I can start writing I have to wait for the characters to speak to me, to tell me something of who they are and what it is they hope to achieve. I knew the background to the story: the 1140s and the bitter civil war between King Stephen and the Empress Matilda: a time of great treachery and bastardry, when no-one could be trusted. A young girl, daughter of a wortwyf, alone in a medieval kingdom at war – that was my starting off point. I began to scribble notes about my characters, and research the historical background I had chosen.In fact, the old woman’s prediction doesn’t come until Pilgrim of Death, Book 4 of The Janna Chronicles. I had no idea about pilgrims or Stonehenge or even the vital missing letter when I first started the series. I also knew little about life in medieval time and even less about herbs and healing, the skills I gave to Janna, learned from her mother and that help her transcend the social boundaries of that time as she travels through forest, farm, town, abbey and finally into the heart of the royal court. Truly the universe has conspired to help me on my journey, bringing me inspiration and information in the form of books, places, and experts just when I’ve most needed it.Writing medieval England from Australia has been a particular challenge, but an exciting one. One time I visited the ruins of Shaftesbury Abbey hoping to find out something about life in an abbey. I followed an excellent audio tour, and saw pictures of what the buildings might once have looked like – invaluable when it came to imagining Janna’s stay at Wiltune Abbey. Even better: at the back of the ruins was an ‘Anglo-Saxon’ herb garden. I had a wonderful time walking around with the very helpful gardener, who allowed me to pick, taste and photograph some of the herbs unknown to me but that Janna would have used when making up her medicaments.Following clues regarding her mother’s real identity, Janna visits Amesbury Abbey. It’s no longer in existence, but is in close proximity to Stonehenge. I decided to play the tourist and so visited the henge. I had a vision of a bleeding body stretched out on a fallen monolith and my series suddenly took off in a different direction! What happens at Stonehenge is crucial in Book 4, Pilgrim of Death, and Janna’s meeting with the old woman.And so I walked in Janna’s footsteps, and saw what she saw, and dreamed up characters to bedevil her, like the abbess and Lord Robert, but also to keep her company (and falling in love) along her journey: the villein Godric, the nobleman Hugh and the charismatic pilgrim, Ralph. I didn’t know about Ralph at first, nor did I know about the relic seller, Ulf, a fun character but a minor player who suddenly took on a life of his own.The experience of, effectively, living Janna’s life was so intense that even now, some years later, I remember everything I saw with great clarity. There are still times when I feel quite disorientated; when I feel homesick for a country that is not, and never has been, mine. The advice for new writers is to ‘write what you know’. It’s good advice, but perhaps even better advice is to ‘write what you feel passionate about, tell the story you have to tell.’ In researching and writing the Janna Chronicles, Janna has become part of me, my alter ego (she’s so much braver and smarter than I am!) which makes this series particularly close to my heart. I hope readers will find as much pleasure as I have known while following in Janna’s footsteps!"

  • Deba
    2019-05-26 13:52

    Guest Post: The Janna Chronicles by Felicity Pulman February 9, 2015ShaheenBlog Tour2"Hi guys! Felicity Pulman is taking over today with a guest post about Janna, the protagonist in her new series The Janna Chronicles which is being published by Momentum Books in the coming months. This is really exciting because the whole series will be released in ebook format between January and June – roughly a book a month!"The Janna Chronicles:1.Blood Oath2.The Stolen Child3.Unholy Murder4.Pilgrim of Death5.Devil’s Brew6.Day of JudgmentHere’s a little bit about the first book:Guest Post: The Janna Chronicles by Felicity Pulman "Blood Oath"Published: January 22nd 2015 by Momentum BooksFormat: eBook, 282 pagesSeries: The Janna Chronicles #1Genres: Fantasy, HistoricalGoodreads • Buy the ebook • Amazon • iTunesLove, revenge, secrets – and murder – in a medieval kingdom at war. "A young woman, left alone and destitute after the mysterious death of her mother, plants a sprig of rosemary on her grave and vows, somehow, to bring the murderer to justice. But who can Janna trust with the truth? Even the villein Godric, who wants to marry her, and Hugh, the dashing nobleman, have secrets that threaten her heart and her safety. In a country torn apart by the vicious civil war between King Stephen and the Empress Matilda, Janna needs all her wits and courage to stay alive as she comes closer to those who are determined to silence her forever.Walking in the Footsteps of My Character‘Death follows you,’ says an old woman to Janna, who has joined a group of pilgrims following her sworn oath to avenge her mother’s murder. But first she needs to find her unknown father – which means she also needs to solve the mystery of her own birth as well as the many crimes and mysteries she encounters on her quest.When I first began this medieval crime series, I knew only how it would start and where it might end. I didn’t know I’d be writing six books, nor did I know where Janna’s journey would take her, or even if the ending I’d planned was really the end. I certainly had no knowledge of an old woman and her warning.For me, writing a book is something of a mystical business. I think of a character or a situation, but before I can start writing I have to wait for the characters to speak to me, to tell me something of who they are and what it is they hope to achieve. I knew the background to the story: the 1140s and the bitter civil war between King Stephen and the Empress Matilda: a time of great treachery and bastardry, when no-one could be trusted. A young girl, daughter of a wortwyf, alone in a medieval kingdom at war – that was my starting off point. I began to scribble notes about my characters, and research the historical background I had chosen.In fact, the old woman’s prediction doesn’t come until Pilgrim of Death, Book 4 of The Janna Chronicles. I had no idea about pilgrims or Stonehenge or even the vital missing letter when I first started the series. I also knew little about life in medieval time and even less about herbs and healing, the skills I gave to Janna, learned from her mother and that help her transcend the social boundaries of that time as she travels through forest, farm, town, abbey and finally into the heart of the royal court. Truly the universe has conspired to help me on my journey, bringing me inspiration and information in the form of books, places, and experts just when I’ve most needed it.Writing medieval England from Australia has been a particular challenge, but an exciting one. One time I visited the ruins of Shaftesbury Abbey hoping to find out something about life in an abbey. I followed an excellent audio tour, and saw pictures of what the buildings might once have looked like – invaluable when it came to imagining Janna’s stay at Wiltune Abbey. Even better: at the back of the ruins was an ‘Anglo-Saxon’ herb garden. I had a wonderful time walking around with the very helpful gardener, who allowed me to pick, taste and photograph some of the herbs unknown to me but that Janna would have used when making up her medicaments.Following clues regarding her mother’s real identity, Janna visits Amesbury Abbey. It’s no longer in existence, but is in close proximity to Stonehenge. I decided to play the tourist and so visited the henge. I had a vision of a bleeding body stretched out on a fallen monolith and my series suddenly took off in a different direction! What happens at Stonehenge is crucial in Book 4, Pilgrim of Death, and Janna’s meeting with the old woman.And so I walked in Janna’s footsteps, and saw what she saw, and dreamed up characters to bedevil her, like the abbess and Lord Robert, but also to keep her company (and falling in love) along her journey: the villein Godric, the nobleman Hugh and the charismatic pilgrim, Ralph. I didn’t know about Ralph at first, nor did I know about the relic seller, Ulf, a fun character but a minor player who suddenly took on a life of his own.The experience of, effectively, living Janna’s life was so intense that even now, some years later, I remember everything I saw with great clarity. There are still times when I feel quite disorientated; when I feel homesick for a country that is not, and never has been, mine. The advice for new writers is to ‘write what you know’. It’s good advice, but perhaps even better advice is to ‘write what you feel passionate about, tell the story you have to tell.’ In researching and writing the Janna Chronicles, Janna has become part of me, my alter ego (she’s so much braver and smarter than I am!) which makes this series particularly close to my heart. I hope readers will find as much pleasure as I have known while following in Janna’s footsteps!"

  • Kristy (Book Frivolity)
    2019-06-05 11:54

    See the complete review posted on Book Frivolity. Check out other Fantasy and Historical Fiction ruminations there as well! Medieval Britain is one of my favourite times and places in history to read about. Not the nobles or the royalty, but the villages and their inhabitants. I have a deep fondness for the wortwyf, who used herblore as a basis for healing the sick and tending to the people when modern medicine was in it's infancy; still snake oils and guess work. And this book is like a gold mine! I almost went and frolicked in my medicinal garden from the sheer pleasure all of the references to herb lore this book has. There is actually a warning at the front of the book not to try these at home, which amused me! Blood Oath was an extraordinarily quick read for me. Start to end in one sitting and it went by as quick as a flash. There is such a blinding sense of urgency, one cacophony after the other; sorrow, fear, death, rabble mob of townspeople. It was impossible to put down. I was constantly reminded of how cosy my life is, I felt a bit guilty for being warm, safe.. and bathed! You can almost smell this novel from afar due to descriptiveness of the malodorous town and it's inhabitants. Janna is the quintessential headstrong heroine.  Extremely strong willed and fiery, her obstinate ways get her into trouble as her quickness to judge alienates the people trying to help her. Yet, the passion she feels toward her mysterious past and the romantic notions of what her future might hold, gives her the extra dimension needed to make her relatable. The regret she feels for her misdirected accusations, and that real sense of weariness over the events also makes her feel wholly human. This was also a good little murder mystery.  As Janna searches for her mother's killer, she examines the evidence, questions of the witnesses and the systematically discounts (and recounts!) suspects. Almost a medieval police procedural (without police)! I enjoyed her skewed deductions and frustrated conclusions. I think my main gripe, was that the secondary characters were pretty paper thin. There were glimpses here and there of insight, but due to the frantic rate of events, there wasn't enough time for them to be fleshed out enough for them to come to life. Slowing down slightly might have allowed for fuller development, and not really taken away anything from that feeling of urgency used to it drive the plot. The small romantic sideline was hindered by that lack of characterisation. I kept asking why? He wasn't given enough real flesh to make the titbit feel realistic. I hope it is explored with more depth in future novels and he is given more groundwork if it is. In all Blood Oath was an enjoyable, faced paced medieval mystery that hit a majority of the right spots for me. I am looking forward to the rest of the series (I have Stolen Child in my hot little fingers right here! )! Janna's future looks like it's going to be one hell of an adventure!(was this released once before in Australia quite a few years ago under a different name?  I wanted to read it, but couldn't afford it at the time, so I read the first chapters huddled in between bookshelves in bookstore.. something to do with rosemary? It certainly rings a bell at any rate..)

  • Runningrabbit
    2019-06-11 06:35

    This novel is exceptionally well written and edited, and equally well researched and is definitely worth a 4.5 stars. The plot has plenty of turnarounds within the mystery and a fine cast of possible suspects. Add to this a dose of romance and we have a well rounded YA historical mystery.This book is very much a who-dun-nit and together with the historical setting makes a fine read.The writing style reflects the book’s medieval setting following the invasion of William the Conqueror. England during these times carried on with a constant power struggle of ruling families and this is tightly drawn into the tale. The consistency and depth of research is reflected by the writer's grasp of class distinction and speech patterns during that time. The work gives a good example of the hodgepodge of religious prejudice remaining from the Romans, Saxons and Normans.The story is based around the YA character’s work as a healer based on herbal lore which leads into acrimonious dealings between the power of the church, the powers of the nobility and ruling classes, bringing forth the overwhelming attitudes of superstition and religion irrespective of class position. The word of the privileged is as good as the word the law.The only thing I will note in this work that annoyed me is that the principle character from the lower class, is outrageously outspoken, particularly considering her youth. These facets are portrayed in the book as a result of her protected lifestyle and naivety, and I didn’t find any credibility to both her words and actions. No one of that period would be evenly remotely ignorant of their position, place and class – these things were something that was instantaneous with birth, and were endemic to a person’s very life in a time ruled by floggings, the gallows and the hangman.A great read that I would recommend for fans of P.C. Doherty, Robin Paige, Diana Gabaldon, Robin LaFevers, and Anne Perry.Book Courtesy of NetGALLEY.com

  • Annemarie Macken
    2019-06-10 11:35

    An engaging historical-fiction story, which would be especially appealing to teenage readers and a welcome variation from the endless vampire and werewolf choices around at present. The protagonist is a daringly brave young woman, very different from what we would expect coming from her social status, facing very real dangers in her daily life as she struggles to survive. The pace is fast and easy to manage and the wealth of historical detail makes it both educational and entertaining, whilst also providing a nice bit of escapism.The plot has some good twists and turns, though some are a little predictable in parts. Readers will enjoy the storyline and it leads nicely on to others in the series, as it ends leaving us wondering what will happen to Janna as she continues on her voyage of discovery about herself and her past. It definitely works as a simplistic detective-historical fiction-voyage of self-discovery type novel, with an unlikely but very likeable heroine at its midst. The reader cannot help but feel for her plight and urges her to be successful despite the overwhelming odds against her in her position, especially considering she has a lowly social status and with the suspicious natures of the masses against those linked to the healing industry at that time in history.Definitely worth a read and one to encourage our younger readers to have a go at to engage with a period in history they may not know so much about.

  • Witchcrata
    2019-06-12 07:50

    I don't usually read this sort of thing, but I just couldn't put it down. The mystery and realness of the characters really draw you in. Janna's life was well enough learning to be a wortwyf, like her mother. But when one night she learns that her mother has died while tending to Dame Alice, a wealthy woman who has recently given birth, her life is turned upsidedown. She begins to suspect murder, and leads her own investigation as to who is behind it. It will lead her on hair raising adventures and she will need all her wits and courage to overcome them.But can she find a happy ending for herself and for those around her? Or will the murderer have the last laugh?

  • Emily Smith
    2019-05-27 13:31

    I first read this book in 2005 and immediately loved it. I've the entire series 3 times now and am considering reading it a 4th. It's one of my favourite book series' ever and it's really disappointing that it isn't more popular or more recognised. It's set in medieval times which I really love to read about and has elements of mystery, romance and adventure. To be honest I'm kind of sick of all the recent YA novels which are kind of all starting to be the same, being either supernatural or dystopian which I guess is why I tend to keep going back to old favourites.I definitely recommend this book and the rest in the series to everyone.

  • Hafiza
    2019-05-25 05:30

    I loved this book.Janna is a 16 year old in Medieval England. Her Mother dies and she must survive and discover the killer. -along the way she grows up and learns to fend for herself. There are two potential love interests as well.Janna's journey continues in 3 more books available on e book format from Amazon.Unfortunately Book 5 and 6, which complete her journey will not be available until September 2011. The author plans to self publish them, so that we can all get closure.Beware- once you read this book, you will wants books 2-4 on hand!

  • Jenny
    2019-06-03 12:52

    This mystery set in medieval times was a lot of fun, if a little sad, and a great start to a series that I might actually read ALL THE BOOKS from. Those who like Mary Hooper or Marie-Louise Jensen, or whoever wrote The Far Traveler, etc. would like this. I thought the main character was very quick to make assumptions, not stopping to think for 5 seconds as she mulls things over in her mind. However, I'm hoping that the character continues to grow over the books. They're very fast and my biggest disappointment was that I didn't have #2 right there to read as soon as I finished.

  • Kerryn (RatherBeReading)
    2019-05-16 07:31

    This was an enjoyable read.I did find the main character Janna frustrating at times, she jumped to conclusions a lot and made bad decisions but overall i did find myself relating to her.I do sense a love triangle developing but this doesn't bother me at all, i really enjoy a love triangle when it is done well.I think this was a great set up for the series and i really look forward to reading more.Thank you to netgalley and the publishers for providing me with a copy to review.

  • Hollie Dunstan
    2019-06-15 07:37

    what an amazing read! I could not put this book down. From the very first chapter I was drawn into Jannas life, I felt as if I was right there with her & could imagine everything happening in the story. The characters are well described & their different personalities are perfect for the era! I can not wait to get my hands on the next of the Janna chronicles. A well written easy to follow book! 5 out of 5! I highly recommend it!

  • Kerryn Taylor
    2019-05-17 12:39

    Set in Wiltshire in 1140s medieval England around the time of the civil war between King Stephen and Empress Matilda, the Janna Chronicles are about a young girls fight for survival to avenge the murder of her mother, a Wortwyf (healer, herb wife) and her quest to find the mysterious father she has just learned about.I enjoyed the first book in this series and I am looking forward to reading more.

  • Debbie Johansson
    2019-05-22 10:43

    I really enjoyed this book. Set in medieval times, Janna needs to solve her mother's murder only by her wits and through her knowledge of herbs (and in that respects it reminds me of Ellis Peters Cadfael). There are some truly nasty characters, but also some nice ones, which also include Janna's love interests, Godric and Hugh. A page-turner that's highly recommended. I look forward to the rest in the series.

  • Helen
    2019-06-14 08:38

    Called "Blood Oath" here in Australia, this is the first book in a series of six, which I believe is over-long. Although likeable and courageous, the heroine does seem to have foot i disease as she goes around accusing everyone in turn of foul deeds, even her friends! She solves these puzzles in the end, of course. I do like the snippets of healing folklore. Each book does have its own part of the story so far, although I'm only starting on book three. Suitable for Young adults.

  • Leslie
    2019-05-22 10:56

    This is just part one, not a story that stands on its own. I did not realise that as I bought it or read it so was disappointed when I got to the end and had no wrapping up. I doubt that I will read the next in the series, although I already own two of them. I like the author but think that abortion, unwed motherhood, animal abuse, and murder are a bit much for any young adults I select books for.

  • Niamh Griffin
    2019-05-27 07:38

    Really enjoyed the first book "Blood Oath" in The Janna Chronicles YA Historical Fiction Series by Felicity Pulman. Looking forward to starting "Stolen Child", which I can do straight away, thanks to a free gift from Momentum at Felicity's book launch at the HNSA.

  • Zeal
    2019-05-16 06:55

    I LOVE THIS BOOK VERY MUCH!!!!!!!This book and the ones that follow have really captured my heart. A pure medievel mystery novel that has made it to the top four books/series on my favourite list including the Black Magician Trilogy, Deltora Quest 1,2&3 and the Alex Rider Series. "

  • Eleanor
    2019-05-16 09:47

    i never knew what they meant 'to fire you' came from until i read the book

  • Alyss
    2019-05-18 10:43

    i am good with herbs and Janna reminds me of myself

  • Belle
    2019-05-26 13:51

    I really liked this book. It was a can't put down read, and very well done. I would reccomend this to others.

  • Sasha Kimber
    2019-05-27 08:44

    I love this story and its setting but I feel it drags the story out a little to much.

  • Selah Bell
    2019-05-20 09:31

    I really liked this book. It was a can't put down read, and very well done. I would reccomend this to others.

  • Elspeth LaMorte
    2019-05-25 11:35

    I first read this when it was originally published, I think under a different name. I was surprised that I recognised more of the plot than I expected.