The Moonshawl by Storm Constantine. Immanion Press £11.99
Reviewed by Debbie Bennett
I started reading the Wraeththu books far longer ago than I’d care to admit. I’m a great fan of all Storm’s work, but the Wraeththu stories have always felt richer and deeper, probably because it’s a world with (in?) which she’s lived for so long – a world that I know has inspired a lot of fan fiction and armies of dedicated followers. The Moonshawl is the third in a Wraeththu trilogy (following The Hienama and Student of Kyme), but is perfectly readable independently, although having a grasp of the basic premise of this new world would certainly help. There’s a detailed glossary of terms, characters, religious festivals and all manner of interesting facts and snippets at the back of this book, which make fascinating reading in themselves.
After a hundred years, the Wraeththu race has come…
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