Sunday, February 2, 2014

The Warrior & The Flower - Blog Tour Recap, Day 4

Wolfie at Writer Person says: "Can I just say this is awesome and leave it at that? No? You want reasons? You want to know why I loved this book? All right, you asked for it." Read the full review here.

Joana at Alwaysjoart posted an excerpt of The Warrior & The Flower, which you can read here.

WS Momma Readers Nook says: "I really enjoyed listening to this book and think the author did a fantastic job of portraying the characters and bringing the story to life for the reader :) And Al Kessel did an awesome job with his voice inflections for each character. It made me laugh, made me cry and had me on the edge of my seat many times! That is exactly what a good book should be :) Definitely recommend it!" Read the full review here.

Girl of 1000 Wonders hosts me for an interview -- you can read it here!

Angel at Spare Reads says: "The Warrior & The Flower is an Asian inspired adult high fantasy novel written by Camille Picott. Being a Chinese native myself, I jumped at the opportunity to review it. It is not often that I encounter books mixed with Asian elements. The few times when I do, the references are either incorrect or inaccurate. Thus, I was both thrilled and anxious (just a little) when I picked up this book. Fortunately to my surprise, The Warrior & The Flower proved to be quite a delightful read with realistic traces of Asian traditions and I owe many thanks to both Camille and Candace :)" Read the full review here.

Fidah at Met In Eleven says: "Something about audiobooks just brings so much more liveliness to a book. I was hesitant when I heard the sample but the narrator's voice grew on me really quickly. The way the story was narrated made me appreciate the world that Camille Picott has created and experience it to it's full potential. She has created a breathtaking fantasy world. From the scenery to the creatures to the magic to the characters. Everything was detailed without having to use difficult words to complicate and confuse the reader. Camille Picott has written a beautiful story with lovable characters." Read the full review here.

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