Saturday, March 14, 2015
The Truth About Mud Review
“Fane, my friend . . . we have a crow to find.”
When an evil crow snatches a beloved medallion, young trolls Thistle and Fane have one more reason to venture outside the Clearing.
Enticed by the mysterious Anila Mountain, and angry at King Tasso for sheltering them for far too long, they’re driven to search for a way across Mangleblood River.
What they find . . . will change their lives for all eternity.
“When did you get so brave?” I whispered.
“When I had someone to rescue, I guess.”
“The Truth About Mud” is the first story in the ‘Mangleblood Rose’ Miniseries.
You know when you read a short story and you get to the end and you are sad because there's nothing left to read? That's how I felt at the end of this story. Their story was done but I desperately wanted to go on another adventure with them.
The characters are all fantastically written, I wanted to stay in their world forever.
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Christina L. Rozelle, author of the YA Dystopian-Scifi-Romance-Adventure, "The Treemakers," is a mother of four currently residing in Dallas, Texas. She enjoys fiction that shines a light in the dark; has emotion, intensity, verve, depth, and truth. She writes what she'd love to read. Though her focus is currently YA speculative fiction, she dabbles in other genres as well, including adult speculative, fantasy, addiction/recovery fiction, and other general fiction. To find out more about her, as well as links to her other social media outposts, please visit her fan-site: http://christinalrozelle.com/