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The Watchman's Daughter #2020

The Watchman's Daughter By Robin Gilbert The Watchman s Daughter A magic ruby A gateway to another world Power beyond reckoning A life of comfort and rule The promise of everlasting life for you and your loved ones Who wouldn t kill for such things
  • Title: The Watchman's Daughter
  • Author: Robin Gilbert
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 329
  • Format: ebook
  • The Watchman's Daughter By Robin Gilbert A magic ruby A gateway to another world Power beyond reckoning A life of comfort and rule The promise of everlasting life for you and your loved ones Who wouldn t kill for such things
    The Watchman's Daughter By Robin Gilbert
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    About "Robin Gilbert"

    1. Robin Gilbert

      Thank you for visiting my page I ve been games programming for over 30 years starting with the Spectrum and writing for over 20 Blimey, that sounds a lot I live in Brisbane with my wife, two children and Nelly and Flossie the cavoodles We also unwittingly support the local possums.I love to write science fiction with an unhealthy interest in dystopian worlds, about which my Speckledom series of stories is about, beginning with Brightly Falling and fantasy the Gateway World stories, of which The Watchman s Daughter is my most recent I also dabble in a strange kind of fantasy humour hybrid the vastgreen forest Double Negative and occasionally feel compelled to write a slipstream tale Elysium.I give my stories away for free in the hope that somebody, some day, will read something in one of them and think Wow That s so cool I m going to be a writer just as I did when I was 16 years old and found a dusty old copy of Asimov s Foundation in the attic.

    796 Comments

    1. I quite enjoyed this first book and look forward to starting the next I could on some levels identify with Anne as the stuck in the routine house wife who through a series of fantastic circumstances finds the freedom to simultaneously live life on different terms albeit not necessarily her own terms.


    2. Really enjoyed this book I wondered while reading if the author used to much description of scene or event but now I have read it, there was just enough description used


    3. I wasn t too happy with this tale There was too much setting the stage for the story I finally got halfway interested 3 4 into the book.


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