Victorian Songlight: Birthings of Magic & Mystery by Kathy Martone #Review

*I received a copy of this book for my honest review*

The birth of a magical child at the time of the Devil Moon sets the stage for heartache and misery, magic and supernatural love. Beset by unrelenting obstacles and bestowed with remarkable psychic gifts, Kate is often accompanied by fantastical black ravens who carry her through time and space. A well known legend in the Ozark Mountain countryside where Kate lives, Grandfather is a ghost with large golden eyes who frequently rides on the back of Pegasus, another Ozarkian legend. Victorian Songlight is a tale of redemption and renewal, death and rebirth, triumph over darkness. But most importantly, it is a love story. Alone and utterly forsaken, adrift on treacherous waters, Kate meets Grandfather for the second time in her life and they become lovers fulfilling a prophecy at the moment of her birth.


This book sounded interesting and it sounded like something I would enjoy.

I am so happy I read this one because I just couldn't put it down. The story is so good and so well written.  I think this might have to be one of my favourite books I have read so far this year.

I do recommend and it is short so it would be a great read while relaxing on the patio.

I give this 5 out of 5 stars.

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