Series: Chantress


CHANTRESS FURY by Amy Butler Greenfield
Released: May 5, 2015

"There's nothing new under the sun, but singing heroines, magic, and mermaids make for a formula that still appeals. (historical note) (Fantasy. 12-16)"
A final volume, accompanied by a romantic repackage for the whole series, closes out the modestly enjoyable Chantress trilogy. Read full book review >
CHANTRESS ALCHEMY by Amy Butler Greenfield
Released: May 6, 2014

"Nothing new here, but alchemy, feminism and two separate wicked plotters make this enjoyable enough to keep the pages turning. (historical note) (Fantasy. 12-16)"
The second volume of this alternate-history fantasy trilogy provides more of the same, with some improvements. Read full book review >
CHANTRESS by Amy Butler Greenfield
Released: May 7, 2013

"Formulaic doesn't mean faulty, though, and girl-centric historical fantasy's ever-growing niche can certainly hold another volume. (author's note) (Historicalfantasy. 12-16)"
In an alternate England, a young girl raised in isolation may hold the power to save the nation. Read full book review >