Blog Tour: Nightspell by Leah Cypess

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6 Replies to “Blog Tour: Nightspell by Leah Cypess”

  1. I recently read *A Discovery of Witches* by Deborah Harkness, and I am fascinated by the secondary character, Marte. Such a warm heart in such a cold body!

    Your review makes me want to read both books – congratulations on being a stop on the tour!

  2. Adrian from Vampire Academy series by Richelle Mead. He just really hit home as a great friend. Someone I would always want around me. Plus, he’s hilarious. One I’m definitely glad to see return in Bloodlines.

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  3. I normally read teen fiction, but recently I read Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern. I think that book had the side character that intrigued me the most. It would be Alexander. We never really know much about him other than the fact that he chooses Marco as his apprentice, and sends him out to battle Celia. At one point in the novel, however, he refers to how the competition originally started with a Magician and his apprentice and their disagreement over the best way to train new magicians. I really want to know more about that history–I think a whole novel could be written about that beginning of the competition.

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  4. Um,. this is hard. (A) because I have read so much, (B) because I don’t frequently focus on secondary characters, and (C) when I have, invariably it’s a series where the author goes and writes a novel about that character, who isn’t secondary anymore. Like Take A Thief by Mercedes Lackey (Valdemar). I loved it, but some of the details didn’t jive, which really annoyed me.

    Does a never-appearing secondary character count? King Duncan’s wife (Cassandra’s mother) from the Ranger’s Apprentice series. I want to know what *she* was like. Can you tell I’ve been reading a lot of teen fantasy? I need to keep up with my kids :-)

  5. Most recently I’ve been thinking about Hild, an Anglo-Saxon girl who makes her appearance in the last small section of Rebecca Barnhouse’s historical fantasy, The Coming of the Dragon. Even though she gets relativley little page time, she is clearly a person worth getting to know, so I’m very glad she’s getting a whole book to herself–Peaceweaver, coming out this March.

  6. I really like Roman from Blue Moon (The Immortal Series,#2) by Alyson Noel. Even tough is the bad guy, he stirs up all the excitement in the story. Sarcastic yet charming at the same time

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