Book review: Dun an Doras: Prodosia, by Gemma Tarr
Dun an Doras: Prodosia, by Gemma Tarr, is a thriller fantasy, bordering on horror genre book, the fourth in the Dun an Doras series. In this book, Ben, Ged, Branna and all the other unlikeliest of bizarre people, aka, creatures of a different sort, come together to solve the gruesome disappearance of people from Italy to Ireland. It’s never what you think it is, because Gemma Tarr has an amazing imagination, and her characters and the situations they find themselves in, inevitably cast the reader into the outlandish world of trolls, werewolves, mermaids and so much more. Prodosia, while holding its own as a thriller fantasy, carries a poignant message for humanity, one that is delivered from an unusual, yet, compelling perspective. If you’ve read the first two books, you’ll appreciate Prodosia even more, because this gang of offbeat “people” will continue to entertain you with their witty and quirky dialogues, their own backstories which are further developed, and of course, their adventures into darker realms.
Review by International Writers Inspiring Change