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LORILYN ROBERTS BOOK REVIEW: “Tales of Faeraven – DawnSinger,” by Janalyn Voigt

Last updated on September 2, 2023

I reviewed the first book in the Tales of Faeraven Series: DawnSinger, and found it to be a masterpiece that will someday no doubt become a classic. I look forward to reading Wayfarer.  

Lorilyn Roberts’ Review from Amazon
DawnSinger is poetry in motion, woven into a classical story that penetrates the soul. Sometimes I found myself stopping to re-read a sentence where I just wanted to soak in the way Janalyn Voigt had penned it. 
As an author, I wanted to admire craftsmanship. Where did she learn to write like that? You can’t teach this kind of artistry. Janalyn has a gift. 
If you love books by JRR Tolkien and CS Lewis, you must read DawnSinger as well as the second book in the series, WayFarer, just published. Otherwise, you will deny yourself the enjoyment of some of the best literature written in the last 20 years.

Tales of Faeraven Series 



Janalyn Voigt’s unique blend of adventure, romance, suspense, and fantasy creates worlds of beauty and danger for readers. Tales of Faeraven, her epic fantasy series beginning with DawnSinger, carries the reader into a land only imagined in dreams. Janalyn is represented by Sarah Joy Freese of Wordserve Literary. Her memberships include ACFW and NCWA. When she’s not writing, Janalyn loves to discover worlds of adventure in the great outdoors. Author Site for Janalyn Voigt: (author journals, travel journals, guest journals, and book news.)

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  1. Janalyn Voigt, escape into creative worlds of fiction. Janalyn Voigt, escape into creative worlds of fiction.

    Thanks for reviewing DawnSinger, Lorilyn, and for featuring my fantasy series on your blog. I'm so glad you enjoyed reading DawnSinger, and I hope you enjoy Wayfarer as much.

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