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ARC / Book Review: The First Girl Child

The First Girl Child

By Amy Harmon

Genre: Fantasy / Fiction

Rating: ✨✨✨✨

Review

Special thanks to Amy Harmon, Amazon Publishing and NetGalley for an advance reader copy in exchange for an honest review.

The First Girl Child by Amy Harmon is a magical, mythical tale about fulfilling one’s destiny. Readers will be swept into a magical world at the very start.

The First Girl Child has everything a reader could ever want: A princess and her protector. An evil king. A scorned lover. A mother’s sacrifice. Spiritual keepers. Rituals. Various Tribes and tribal leaders. Battles. Mythology. And of course, a blood curse. There is action, adventure, romance and an happily ever after.

I love how Amy Harmon’s Norse mythology tale will take you throughout time, how she explains how their magical and mythical world operates. I love that the tribe men worship the tribe women. I love the bonds that hold many of the characters together. I love how much fate and destiny play a role and of course, the theme that a tribeless Temple Boy can overcome all.

Recommendation

Amy Harmon’s writing is always on point. However, this books really surprised me in a really awesome way. The First Girl Child reads like a fairy tale and I wholeheartedly recommend it.

Purchase your copy today!

Amazon —-> https://amzn.to/2H7XLan

Paperback —-> https://amzn.to/2Zduh55

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