Step into a world where an awkward, nerdy woman meets a mysterious, handsome traveler and finds herself in an inexplicable relationship
Is it time travel, is it memory loss? Is the dragon real or a myth? Where does Franklin go when he’s not with Anna? These mysteries kept me hooked to the end.
This book is moody, but understated. So subtly surreal. I’m not a reader of romance or literary fiction, I like speculative fiction. This story confounds me. So much of the story is set in “the real world” and yet the Other is a constant presence throughout.
A subtle, surreal speculative piece. [tweetthis url=”http://ctt.ec/3a186″]
It’s very hard to describe, actually. But very easy to read. And the mood of the book still lingers in my mind, months later. I found Jill Domschot online and we interacted on social media before I read her book. She has a unique voice and I hope she writes more!
What are you waiting for?
Buy the book on Amazon.com: Anna and the Dragon
Visit Jill’s website: http://jilldomschot.com/