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Stina Leicht

Stina LeichtStina Leicht was born in St. Louis, Missouri where she attended Catholic school, climbed trees, learned to skate, fought pirates and rescued her sister’s dolls from terrible fates. Currently, she lives in central Texas with her husband, their shared library, too many music cds, and a cat named Sebastian. Here’s Stina Leicht’s website.

The Fey and the Fallen

The Fey and the Fallen — (2011-2016) Publisher: Liam never knew who his father was. The town of Derry had always assumed that he was the bastard of a protestant — his mother never spoke of him, and Liam assumed he was dead. But when the war between the fallen and the fey began to heat up, Liam and his family are pulled into a conflict that they didn’t know existed. A centuries old conflict between supernatural forces seems to mirror the political divisions in 1970’s era Ireland, and Liam is thrown headlong into both conflicts! Only the direct intervention of Liam’s real father, and a secret catholic order dedicated to fighting “The Fallen” can save Liam… from the mundane and supernatural forces around him, and from the darkness that lurks within him.

fantasy book reviews Stina Leicht The Fey and the Fallen 1. Of Blood and HoneyAnd Blue Skies From Pain: A Book of the Fey and the Fallen Paperback – March 6, 2012 by Stina Leicht

Of Blood and Honey: Mixed reviews

Of Blood and Honey by Stina Leicht

FORMAT/INFO: Of Blood and Honey is 300 pages long divided over 27 numbered chapters and an Epilogue. Narration is in the third person via Liam Kelly, his mother Kathleen, and Father Murray. Of Blood and Honey can be read as a stand-alone novel, but offers many opportunities for future sequels. February 2011 marks the North American trade paperback publication of Stina Leicht’s Of Blood and Honey via Night Shade Books. Cover art is provided by Min Yum.

ANALYSIS: Stina Leicht’s Of Blood and Honey is a captivating debut that seamlessly blends together historical drama with supernatural horror and dark fantasy, bringing to mind the excellent Read More