Christie Golden Reviews The Holder’s Dominion

Award winning author Christie Golden has written over thirty novels. She continues to astound readers around the world with her incredible story-telling ability, and with her innate talent to blend fantasy with heartfelt, human connection that instantly captures attention.

Warcraft: Arthas_book--coverChristie Golden is the author of several Star Trek: Voyager novels including the popular Dark Matters trilogy, the Homecoming duology, and the Spirit Walk duology. She has received critical acclaim for Star Wars: Fate of the Jedi series as well as for The Final Dance trilogy. Among her work in the gaming fantasy novels, she’s written Warcraft: Lord of the Clans, New York Times bestseller, World of Warcraft: Arthas: Rise of the Lich Kingand a trilogy of novels titled StarCraft: the Dark Templar Saga.

Christie Golden is an influential author to writers and readers alike. She inspired my own writing and drove me to define my own pen. She will always be a writer I look up to and admire. It is truly an honor to reveal her review of my novel, The Holder’s Dominion.

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Christie Golden Reviews The Holder’s Dominion:

 

“Genese Davis is astonishingly deft at creating believable characters with a few sentences. You fall at once into Kaylie’s world, thinking you’re in for one story, and Davis sneakily takes you on another ride altogether. It will keep you turning the pages.”
Christie Golden, New York Times-bestselling author of Star Wars: Fate of the JediAscension and World of Warcraft: ArthasRise of the Lich King

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My humble and heartfelt gratitude, Christie; I’m thrilled you enjoyed The Holder’s Dominion. Your insights, talent, wit, and distinctive style have influenced so much in my life and my writing.

 

 

 

2 thoughts on “Christie Golden Reviews The Holder’s Dominion

  1. Wow that’s cool! You must be over the moon to have someone of Christie’s caliber like your book. ;)

    I wonder if she’d come on the Newbie Writer’s podcast?

  2. Pingback: Alan Kistler Endorses The Holder’s Dominion | Between Books

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