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Stephanie Noverraz

"crooty"
 
Helpful votes received on reviews: 76% (649 of 851)
Location: Lausanne, Switzerland
Anniversary: 5 Oct
Birthday: 24 Mar
In My Own Words:
Hi!
I'm a 35-year-old Swiss girl.
I love Fantasy books. I have a Fantasy books database, with over 2600 authors and 10500 titles at www.crooty.com.
My favourite author is Robin Hobb.
I work as a computer graphic designer but would love to make a living of my book illustations. Check them out on crooty.deviantart.com.
My favourite bands are Girls in Hawaii, Nada Surf, Sebadoh, Grandaddy, =W=eezer (… Read more

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Fantasy, Indie Rock, Zelda, New Zealand.
 

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Top Reviewer Ranking: 35,153 - Total Helpful Votes: 649 of 851
King And Queen Of Swords (Orokon) by Tom Arden
This is the second book of The Orokon pentalogy (after The Harlequin's Dance, and before Sultan of the Moon and Stars, Sisterhood of the Blue Storm, and Empress of the Endless Sun).

In this volume, Jemany and Catayana have been separated.

Cata, whose mind has been wiped clear, has been turned into a fine young lady and now lives with her grotesque Aunt Umbecca in the city of Agondon. Hopefully, Nirry the maid is still around to help her out of her catatonia.

Jem, no more a cripple, has also left Irion and is now travelling in disguise with a troupe of Vaga-players, making friends with a Vaga-boy, Rajal. As told by Harlequin, Jem must reach Agondon, where he… Read more
The Harlequin's Dance: First Book of the Orokon (G&hellip by Tom Arden
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
This is the first book of The Orokon pentalogy (before The King and Queen of Swords, Sultan of the Moon and Stars, Sisterhood of the Blue Storm, and Empress of the Endless Sun).

The events of this book take place in an 18th-Century setting, in the isolated village of Irion, a remote place still mostly unconcerned by the civil war of Ejland: the usurper Ejard Blue has overthrown his brother Ejard Red's government, the rightful heir.

Catayane is a young Vaga girl who lives in the Wildwood with her blind father Silas, the village's former Lector, now an apostate. She can understand Nature and communicate with animals.

Jemany is a cripple, a bastard son of the… Read more
I Shall Wear Midnight: (Discworld Novel 38) (Discw&hellip by Terry Pratchett
0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
This is the fourth and final book in the Tiffany Aching series (after The Wee Free Men, A Hat Full of Sky and Wintersmith).

Tiffany is now the local witch on the Chalk. This means she mends broken toes and blows congested noses in the nearby villages.

When the old Baron dies under Tiffany's care (all she could do was take away the pain away), Miss Spruce the nurse accuses her of murder. On the way to Ankh-Morpork to warn her childhood friend Roland of his father's passing, she is attacked by the Cunning Man, a fiendish spirit. Roland, in turn, incriminates her.

Later she realizes it's actually the maleficent ghost who is poisoning people's minds against… Read more

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