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    Imaginative and totally riveting story and characters.
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    This one's a keeper!

    Total magic from start to finish! Eva Gordon has woven an epic tale out of one of the bleakest times in Earth's history; bleeding it over into happenings in a parallel realm, added sorcery and magic, and, of course, love, creating an absolutely awe-inspiring reading experience. With over 400 pages of war, danger, adventure and most of the magical creatures we've all heard about, you would think that it would be boring somewhere in there, wouldn't you? Nope. I never once drifted away from the story and, when I had to put it down, I was eager to get back to it. A strong testament indeed to wonderful Ms. Gordon's storytelling abilities. Sophie Katz magically escapes from a concentration camp on earth and is whisked away into the Tenth Realm, where magic rules. She lands in the Beastiary, a dangerous forest where, if found, she would be executed. Firmly grounded in science, Sophie struggles to understand this strange world she's ended up in, but meeting sexy werewolf Logan early on definitely helps. As Logan and Sophie draw closer, so does the danger, and not only to themselves. The Guild of the Golden Rose uses dark magic and, indeed, wants to capture all the magic for themselves, brutally stamping out any dissension. When their whereabouts is discovered, they decide to leave the Beastiary and head for the Free Provinces, where the Guild has not managed to establish themselves yet. As they all know a great battle is coming, Logan decides to join their army and is not a happy camper when Sophie decides to join also. The conflicts are stark and imaginatively done. I wish I could do justice to this fantastic tale of how the parallel realms are converging and what needs to be done to stop this, but I fear I don't have anywhere near Eva Gordon's imagination. So just let me say, The Stone of the Tenth Realm was an exceedingly well-written novel. The characters were well-fleshed out. The plot...well, I just don't know what to say...except it was freaking amazing. Two huge thumbs-up for the golems, loved them. This one's a keeper. (Gifted an ARC for independent review)

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