BLOG TOUR ~ A Tale of Light and Shadow
On September 18, 2014 | 0 Comments

Blog Tour hosted by Shadow Mountain


Enter Atolas, a world where swords and daggers both extend life and end it, where magic is feared by all but a few, and where feuds and friendships influence kingdoms and courtships.

Henry and Isabelle have secretly sworn to marry despite his lowly station. Though Henry is but a carpenter, his devotion drives him to commit an unthinkable act that may cost both of them their lives. At the same time, a secret, dark prophecy has set in motion events that will affect not only them, but the thrones of rulers throughout all of Atolas, threatening to eclipse the world in shadow. But all is not lost while hope remains in the guise of an unlikely hero and the strength of friendship.



  • 09/08/14 – Sarah J. Clift’s Blog
    “A good, entertaining read.”—Sarah J. Clift’s Blog
  • 09/08/14 – Plots and Pickaxes
    “The characters in this book are very well written.”—Plots and Pickaxes
  • 09/09/14 – Compass Book Ratings
    “Gowans sets up a great series.”—Compass Book Ratings
  • 09/09/14 – The Cutest Blog on the Block
    “This book had me hooked from the very beginning.”—The Cutest Blog on the Block
  • 09/10/14 – The Stylish Nest
    “It’s a fun read, with humor in it as well as adventure and a bit of romance.”—The Stylish Nest
  • 09/10/14 – My Daylights
    “A great, clean fantasy book.”—My Daylights
  • 09/11/14 – Readalot
    “I got lost in the story”—Readalot



  • 09/12/14 – The Princess and Her Cowboys
    “A fun twist on your typical adventure story.”—The Princess and her Cowboys
  • 09/13/14 – KJ Reads a Lot
    “ I can’t think of a better way to use my spare time.”—KJ Reads a Lot
  • 09/17/14 – Batch of Books“It mainly focuses on the power of friendship, forgiveness, and love.”—Batch of Books
  • 09/18/14 – A Book Elf’s Nook
    “I love books with strong characters like this.”–A Book Elf’s Nook
  • 09/21/14 – Snogging on Sunday
    “Nice Cover! It looks like a Death Eater has strayed into Camelot!”–Snogging on Sunday
  • 09/26/14 – Literary Time Out
    “This is a good, clean read, something that will entertain young adults, adults and I think my 9-year-old would even enjoy it. “–Literary Time Out


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