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Book Review: Seabird by Sherry Thompson
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BC Magazine

"Seabird, the debut novel by Sherry Thompson, is reminiscent of Lewis's classic series in terms of the rich fantasy world the author has crafted . . .
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"The strengths of this story begin with the mystical quality of the world. Narenta is mysterious and inviting, but also threatening and frightening. Thompson paints memorable pictures of many locales. The reader truly feels that he or she has been dropped into the middle of a tangible world. The religious themes are strongly present, but the book is not preachy and it reads like a secular book.

"Characterization is another strength, with Cara completing a visible character arc- something that is frequently lacking in contemporary fantasy..."