Erinsmore by Julia Blake

All her life, Ruby has longed to escape. Her imagination fed by the Narnia books and Arthurian legends, she dreams of another world. Discovering the ancient prophecy stone in a Cornish antique shop, she and her cynical older sister, Cassie, suddenly find themselves in the mythical land of Erinsmore. A realm of swords, chivalry and magic, it is everything Ruby has been longing for, but it is a world poised on the brink of war…

The evil warlock Lorcan has escaped his prison, bringing death and destruction to Erinsmore and its people with the release of his hounds of death, the skraelings, and the Gilmesh, creatures of pure evil who extract the souls of their victims.

Struggling to understand this strange world, Ruby and Cassie must toughen up quick if they wish to survive and help their new-found friends in the oncoming battle. For if Erinsmore falls to Lorcan, then their own world will be next. And what exactly does the last verse of that prophecy mean…

Two shall fight for freedom
Defend the dragon’s throne
Two shall walk the dark path
And one return alone

Amazon UK
Amazon US

Also in Kindle Unlimited


It’s always exciting when a book gets a new cover and new formating. What is also exciting is that you will probably see this over on Social Media. Having read the original, I’m overjoyed to be able to share this with your because it is a wonderful story.

This is my original review and you will see the old cover, isn’t the new one beautiful?

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Published by Kazzmoss

Karen loves fiction, reading and especially writing short stories and novels. She is also an avid blogger and book reviewer. Living on the beautiful Isle Anglesey, off the North Wales coast, Karen draws inspiration from the world around her.

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