The reviews for Grendel’s Mother are starting to come in.
From Sarah Stuart on Readers’ Favorite:
“The author paints a vivid picture of inequality and discrimination. More than entertainment, this book is thought-provoking. . . . produced a fantasy that will appeal to teens and adults alike.”
From readers on Amazon.com:
“A tautly woven tale around a character often ignored in literature and offers the reader insight into how she became the frightful figure in Beowulf. . . . a story of abandonment, desperation, survival and strength. How surprised I was to find myself rooting for a character I had always thought of as menacing.”
“Presents a graphic description of village life in medieval times, especially for women of the times. . . . a survivor who uses her love of nature and her determination to live and protect the life of her unborn child to make a home in a cave deep in the forest.”
“Highly recommend it. Gripping tale!”
“Thank you for a wonderful book!”
Thank you, readers, for your comments!