The Walker's Daughter

The Walker s Daughter The Walker s Daughter an intriguing urban fantasy from Janet Allison Brown When her mother dies at the hands of a silver haired figure in black six year old spirit walker Cora Bloux hides out in her

  • Title: The Walker's Daughter
  • Author: Janet Allison Brown
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 142
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  • The Walker s Daughter, an intriguing urban fantasy from Janet Allison Brown.When her mother dies at the hands of a silver haired figure in black, six year old spirit walker Cora Bloux hides out in her own body Twenty years later she s still there, fiercely maintaining an outwardly stable, conventional life.But when her own daughter is hit by a car, Cora is forced to spiriThe Walker s Daughter, an intriguing urban fantasy from Janet Allison Brown.When her mother dies at the hands of a silver haired figure in black, six year old spirit walker Cora Bloux hides out in her own body Twenty years later she s still there, fiercely maintaining an outwardly stable, conventional life.But when her own daughter is hit by a car, Cora is forced to spirit walk again and discovers that the spirit world has been waiting for her.In the extraordinary, fast paced world of spirit walkers, body swappers, rock bands and second chances, Cora must discover her true self and learn the ordinary lessons of courage, trust and love.

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      Published :2019-08-07T21:02:17+00:00

    About "Janet Allison Brown"

    1. Janet Allison Brown

      Janet Allison Brown is a writer and editor She is the author of a novel, The Walker s Daughter She has written dozens of children s picture books, short stories, explorer guides, restaurant reviews, and articles on a range of subjects including Arabic handicrafts, education, faith, and ancient cave paintings She is the editor of several volumes of academic papers Mother, home educator, writer and editor, she was educated at Balliol College, Oxford, and lives by the sea She likes stories, and makes them up all the time.You ll find some of Janet s writing at the following sites janetallisonbrown.wordpress

    546 thoughts on “The Walker's Daughter”

    1. I don't mean to take away from this marvelous book by a comparison, but The Walker's Daughter is like Harry Potter for grown-ups. Elements of fantasy existing alongside everyday reality, a riveting plot, evil rooted in all-too-human weakness. And writing that takes flight into pure poetry. Enthralling!


    2. I find the whole idea of spirit walking fascinating. Janet Allison Brown creates a believable world around this concept. Cora's battle to learn to trust and live her own life is poignant. The characters are human, the relationships believable as are the conflicts.Full disclosure; I was part of the editing team on this book. Our policy is, if you don't like a book, don't work on it.


    3. Readers, isn't it fitting that, a week after my Noah review, I picked this book up? It's strange the way it came together, really. I guess you really don't have any idea yet, but this book asserted the most odd interpretation of the few words allowed into the Bible that have to do with the odd Book of Enoch. Interestingly enough, our main character and her daughter, who are mourning the loss of their husband and father, are what you would call "walkers." They have the uncanny ability to leave th [...]


    4. I worked on this book for the publisher so that's my disclaimer upfront. However, I wouldn't review it on here if I hadn't genuinely enjoyed it. I've worked on other books I haven't then chosen to review :)Brown's writing is lovely, her premise is interesting and her story fast and compelling without losing lyricism. If I have one criticism, it's that my subjective preference is for big climaxes - this book takes a gentler, more subtle resolution which is actually well suited to a story about lo [...]



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