Wednesday, January 6, 2010


December brought me all sorts of gifts, including a bevy of reviews. Here they are in no particular order.

Starfire at Songs and Spinnings has a review of The Princes of the Golden Cage.

“I enjoyed Princes of the Golden Cage... it's light and quick to read, without demanding too much brainage from me, but at the same time, it's not pure unadulterated fluff either.”

Memory over at Stella Matunia also has a review of The Princes of the Golden Cage.

“I enjoy both mystery and fantasy, so I got a big kick out of this book. Mallet blends the two genres together very nicely indeed. She gives us both a fully realized secondary world (which sports clear ties to certain regions of our own world) and a nicely-plotted mystery with plenty of twists and turns.”

Lexie at Poisoned Rationality reviewed The Princes of the Golden Cage.

“The Arabian setting, even an Arabian inspired fantasy, was vastly interesting. Mallet's take on the all those Princes in line for the throne is equally entertaining.”

Also at Poisoned Rationality is a review of The King’s Daughters.

“…an entertaining and different read. The blend of mystery, fantasy and romance, as well as alternate history, works fairly well for the book on a whole and kept me interested throughout.”

Rabia Gale gives a brief review of both The Princes of the Golden Cage and The King’s Daughters.

“I like Mallet’s willingness to be ruthless with her characters’ lives and emotions…. I’m looking forward to the next installment.”

Big THANKS to all! :)