THE COMPLETE TECHNO-SHAMAN SERIES
Shaman, Healer, Heretic (Book 1) – ABNA Semi-Finalist
Shaman, Friend, Enemy (Book 2)
Shaman, Sister, Sorceress (Book 3)
Shaman, Priestess, Pawn (Book 4)
Shaman, Lover, Warrior (Book 5)
“Unpredictable, un-put-downable, addicting debut.” – Karielle @ Books a la Mode
“This book could easily open a fresh new world of urban fantasy.” – Publishers Weekly
“The Best of 2012 – I thoroughly enjoyed how Green’s characters evolved in their complexity and realism. No cardboard here, not even her antagonist. Green built up the conflict and resolved it with mastery. It’s a pleasure to see a writer’s improvement parallel that of her protagonist.” – The New Podler Review
“An escalating saga of the razor-edge balance between lives and worlds, innocence and guilt, armistice and total war, Shaman, Sister, Sorceress is a thoroughly engaging read, ideal for fans of fantasy with a modern twist. Also highly recommended are the previous novels in the Olivia Lawson Techno-Shaman series, Shaman, Healer, Heretic and Shaman, Friend, Enemy.” – Midwest Book Review
What Readers Are Saying About The Olivia Lawson Techno-Shaman Series:
I got this series because I love urban fantasy. It seemed low-budget and weird, but once I got into the first book, Shaman, Healer, Heretic, I quickly changed my mind. I realized that I was reading something really good, great even, and very special. I was hooked, and devoured book after book until the end. At the end, I was hooked, it was over, and all I wanted was more.
This is a wonderfully written series that combines the magical shaman art with technology. In a world where texting is the same as having a conversation, this is a headlong dive into the spiritual realms. There is plenty of intrigue and suspense to make this a steady read. I love the way something from my world is combined with magic. I can almost feel the other side closer while reading the book.
I actually felt guilty for having paid so little for this set of books. In comparison to most of the books available at this price range, well, there really isn’t much of a comparison.