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Feel the Peace
by Silent Lotus

When
The orchard
Of your dreams
No longer bears fruits
Listen to the blossom of silence
Hear the vastness of the still ocean
Feel the peace of no leaves in the breeze
Touch the freedom of no illusions
And see that your signature
Reveals not a face or a name
As the climax lacks thunder
For divine light is gentle
And the silence
Is pure
Thanks for all the recommends, I will take a look at them I saw that I have read some of them. Although, I didn't know that their were sequels. I will try them out. Thanks again.
Hi again,

As you may have guessed I have poor time management sorry to have left replying so long especially as you were good enough to leave a delicious and long list of reccs for me. As to the urban fantasy scene in Britain it's practically non existant and we have few really great authors in the genre, one that might not be touted hugely in the States is an author called Mike Carey who writes a fabulous and cynical series about a freelance exorcist called Felix Castor the first of which is Devil You Know, if you like Jim Butcher's Harry Dresden he's a must buy, Felix could be Harry's younger British brother. Anyway abject and prostrated apologies for the lengthy time between catch up. I shall have a think about Brit authors: I suspect you will have heard of Simon Green? If not his Nightside series is a gem, even if I can't be certain if he's playing it straight or parodying pulp noir sometimes :)

Cheers
Ruadh
Hi,
Thanks for stopping by my way. I sympathise about the reviewing, I always feel like I should review more of my books than I have but I rarely manage to follow up on my good intentions because of my habit of being distracted by shiny things. I have a weakness for flawed female heroines too, so anything you might want to recommend feel free to!

Slainte
Ruadh
I love your collection of books. How did you know I added you as an interesting library? Librarything has so many widgets and gegaws, I'm learning something new every time I use it.
You're welcome :-) When I noticed how many books we shared and then saw all the ones you have that we don't share that looked interesting, I just had to do it LOL! A couple of the best YAs with female protagonists that sound like what you're looking for that I read last year were "Red Handed" and "Blacklisted" by Gena Showalter. They are technically more sci-fi than urban fantasy, but I think you'd really like them. I liked them better than her adult romances that I've read.
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