Black Swan Rising - Lee Carroll Reviews
Description:ISBN 0593065964 / Genre: Sci-Fi / Fantasy / Author: Lee Carroll / Paperback / 400 Pages / Book is published 2010-11-25 by Bantam Press
Newest Review: ... in is the perfect setting and atmosphere for this story. We follow Garet James as her life goes from bad to worse. For a ... more
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Lee Carroll Black Swan Rising
Pages: 396, Edition: 1, Mass Market Paperback, Tor Books
Last Update 09.03.2014 01:11
Customer Black Swan Rising - Lee Carroll Reviews (3)
by - written on 08/10/11 (Very useful, 52 readings)
I have had Black Swan Rising on my wish-list since the publishers, Transworld, mentioned its release. So when it was listed as one of the books to choose from in Transworld's Book Group Reading Challenge, I picked it as my first book for the challenge. So, was my first choice a good one? Definitely! Did it live up to my expectations? It did! I can safely say that I really enjoyed reading Black Swan Rising. The setting of New York and the creepy fog that drifts in is the perfect setting and atmosphere for this story. We follow Garet James as her life goes from bad to worse. For a young woman, Gary has her fair share of problems... ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/02/11, updated on 05/04/11 (Very useful, 41 readings)
Synopsis: From Amazon Jeweller Garet James isn't the same as everyone else. She just doesn't know it yet. With her fair share of problems - money (lack of), an elderly father, a struggling business - Garet should be just like any other young, feisty, single New Yorker. If only it was that simple... It begins with the old silver box that had been soldered shut. All Garet has to do is open it. A favour for the frail owner of the antiques shop. Who wouldn't help? Only it's then that things start to change. Garet doesn't notice at first, the shifts barely perceptible. But the city in which she grew up is beginning to reveal a long-hidden side ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/11/10 (Very useful, 65 readings)
Black Swan Rising is the first book in a trilogy by Lee Carroll. Lee Carroll is actually a pseudonym for the writing partnership between Carol Goodman and her husband, Lee Slonimsk. It was published on 25th November by Bantam Press and the book is 400 pages long. Thanks to the publisher for sending me a copy for review. Plot Garet is young, single and lives in New York but she has a far from an easy life. Her family has major money problems, their art gallery business is struggling due to the recession and her widowed father isn't getting any younger. On a weirdly misty day in New York, Garet finds herself not very sure of where she is. ... Read the complete review
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