Thursday 8 September 2011

The Time Will Come #30

The Time Will Come is a weekly meme hosted by Jodie at Books For Company, where we can spotlight those books that we've had sitting on our shelves for too long. Books that we really want to read but never seem to get around to.

I've had this book on my kindle for ages, since I saw some fantastic reviews for it at the beginning of the year. This is the first book in a trilogy. It's an independently published book, a modern story with elements of Arthurian legend woven in. It's a love story and an adventure story and it sounds great- and reviewers that I trust have loved it. I just don't know when I'll get around to reading it!

The Forest Of Adventures by Katie M. John

Synopsis from Goodreads:

For seventeen year old Mina Singer, falling in love with an Arthurian Knight on a white horse was never part of the plan - especially being that she's an ordinary college girl living in the twenty first century.

As Mina finds herself catapulted into a land she believed only existed in the bedtime stories of her childhood, she soon discovers that Fairyland is not quite as innocent as she imagined.

The question is...who will come out alive?

Haunting, beautiful and sexy, The Forest of Adventures, is a dark romantic quest into the land of true and forbidden love.


  1. I don't think I've ever read an indie book which I hadn't been sent for review, but this one sounds particularly good. I'll look out for your review someday :)

  2. This book definitely covers popular territory. I'll be interested to see what you think when you get to it!

  3. This book sounds amazing! Will be looking forward for your review :)

  4. Oh, sounds like a great book! Hope you can read it soon!


  5. Interesting. This sounds like its going to be one of those books that makes people think. New follower. . Having a giveaway right now.Register Domain


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