The Gone Gods has a subtle ending to it and somehow wraps the storyline together leaving the reader with an ‘ah’ feeling. I particularly enjoyed Crystal, Anya’s friend. Her personality was intriguing and she had this naughty side of her which made the story fun to read. I found the literature to be strong and due to it being a fantasy story, it contained the lyrical style of writing which made it enjoyable to envision.” Jeyran Main

“I’ve been reading quite a lot of YA fiction of late. There’s something about the pace and the openness that I find rather appealing. The Prince of Carentan did not disappoint. It doesn’t talk down to its younger readers at all, in fact the politics and intrigue within this fantasy world are detailed and complex. It is a coming of age story that should resonate with its target age group. This is a fast and easy read with multiple pay-offs throughout. I was rooting for the young prince and cheering his victories, and I found it a hard book to put down. The story is complete but still nicely poised for further episodes, and I look forward to reading them.” Mike Wood (via Amazon)

“More original and rewarding is Frances Gow’s ‘Fire & Ice’, an upbeat story of love and hate among the elements, one that restrains itself when less skilled writers might go over the top and has the sense not to outstay its welcome.” Peter Tennant, The Fix, Issue 2

“Out of the 15 stories my favourite is ‘Killing Me Softly..’ Frances Gow, a simple story but I liked it.” Ian Redman, Mirage – Issue 6


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