Mines of the Minotaur, Companions Quartet
Written by Julia Golding
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You can’t fail to be impressed by Julia Golding’s storytelling power, which grabs you at the beginning and doesn’t let go until you’ve finished, in this the third in her Companions Quartet (after Secret of the Sirens and Gorgon's Gaze). As Connie becomes ever more powerful, it seems her darkside is being infiltrated by her shapeshifter enemies and her friends in the society for the protection of mythical beasts can’t handle her power, so expel her. But Connie is not one to give in when it’s a matter of life and death, so when she meets a gaggle of sick creatures including a rather bedraggled and blind minotaur she realizes she must fight her demons in order to try and defeat the enemy. Be sure to check out the latest new title in the series The Chimera's Curse: Companion's Quartet: Bk. 4.
Mines of the Minotaur, Companions Quartet by Julia Golding
Connie has immense power. The trouble is, she doesn't really know how to use it, and nobody in the Society for the Protection of Mythical Beasts has enough knowledge to train her. But, only the evil shapeshifter, Kullervo understands. Unknown to Connie, he has started infiltrating her dreams, causing her to raise devastating storms in her sleep.
About the Author
More books by Julia Golding
Oxford University Press
2nd August 2007
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