Glenraven Series by Marion Zimmer Bradley

Glenraven Series by Marion Zimmer Bradley (#01 ~ 2)
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Overview: Marion Zimmer was born in Albany, NY, on June 3, 1930, and married Robert Alden Bradley in 1949. Mrs. Bradley received her B.A. in 1964 from Hardin Simmons University in Abilene, Texas, then did graduate work at the University of California, Berkeley, from 1965-67.
Genre: Sci Fi


Glenraven (Book 01)
Seeking haven in the reputedly peaceful Glenraven, Sophie, who has lost a child, and JayJay, who has struck out three times in marriage, learn of the town’s magical qualities and become its citizen’s long-sought and unlikely heroes.

In The Rift (Book 02)
I enjoyed this book and breezed through it rather quickly. If you are looking for something in depth, try somewhere else. But if you’re looking for something fun and light-hearted pick up this book. The main character, Kate Beacham, is a Wiccan who is being harassed and threatened by close-minded people in her small town. She was assaulted in the alley behind her work by three masked men, and when she came home she found her horse dead in the drive with a note through his head saying that she would be next. When she loaded her shotgun and went to bed, she found a Fodor’s guide book to a place called Glenraven on her nightstand that she was positive she had not seen before. When she opened the book to take a look at it, words magically appeared in it telling her to get out of the house fast. Being a practitioner of magick, she obeyed the book and went outside just in time to see a large hole open in the air and group of people on horseback gallop out being pursued by a monster. After killing the thing with her shotgun, Kate finds these strangers in her yard and in her house without a way home. The book tells her that she has to help them, otherwise both their worlds are in jeopardy. She has to learn to trust and be trusted by these strangers from another world in order to save them all.

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