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:
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.
Wonderful series. I’m so glad I purchased it. The first book introduces you to a whole new world that quickly develops into a series that is addictive. From a great beginning to a perfect ending, it was truly an enjoyable read.
I don’t often review books but it’s primarily because I read so many that the titles and stories just get lost in the vaguely remembered chaos. Joyfully, I submit that this absolutely adorable series is etched into my memory with with a big check mark next to the box that says, “REMEMBER TO READ MORE OF THESE BOOKS!”