Recommended Reads: The Subtle Fiend by Jane Dougherty

Jane Dougherty’s book, The Subtle Fiend, has been reviewed by Dylan Hearn. As a huge fan of The Green Woman series, I wholeheartedly recommend Jane’s books. Please visit Dylan’s blog to read this very thoughtful and excellent review.

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The Subtle Fiend

The Subtle Fiend is the second book in Jane Dougherty’s impressive Green Woman trilogy. You can read my review of The first book, The Dark Citadel, here. For full disclosure, since writing that first review Jane has reviewed my book Second Chance, which she really enjoyed. This hasn’t affected my views of her writing in any way but I like to be open about these things.

The Blurb

When reality becomes a nightmare, only dreams can save the world.
Deborah, daughter of the fabled Green Woman, has disappeared, and Hera, another grey-robed schoolgirl, has become the hostage in her place. Hera fears she will be left to languish, unnoticed and forgotten, in her prison cell. But the honesty in her eyes touches a young Black Boy, her prison guard—Amon.
Amon is destined for a military career, but convinced of the innocence of his prisoner, he begins to question the…

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