The Reflection of Memory [NOOK Book]

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When Calony wakes up in the middle of a snowstorm, she has no idea where she is or how she got there. The shapeshifter Kestrin and wanderer Yaphen go with her on a journey to find out the secrets of her past. Answers which, in the end, may not be entirely welcome.

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The Reflection of Memory

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Overview

When Calony wakes up in the middle of a snowstorm, she has no idea where she is or how she got there. The shapeshifter Kestrin and wanderer Yaphen go with her on a journey to find out the secrets of her past. Answers which, in the end, may not be entirely welcome.

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940044680562
  • Publisher: C.L. Holland
  • Publication date: 6/24/2012
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 166 KB

Meet the Author

C.L Holland is a British fantasy writer, and winner of Writers of the Future. Her works have appeared in publications such as Daily Science Fiction, Bards and Sages Quarterly, Ruins Metropolis, and Writers of the Future 25.


She has an Honours degree in English with Creative Writing and a Masters degree in English, for which she focussed on Fantasy Fiction and the Gothic, and is currently taking a course in proofreading.

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  • Posted September 21, 2013

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    Reviewed by Lee Ashford for Readers' Favorite

    The Reflection of Memory by C.L. Holland is a novella which takes us to a strange land, where some have the power to shape-shift and others have telepathic powers. Most, however, have no supernatural powers at all. This story begins with a young woman waking in a snow-covered forest, not knowing her name, where she came from, where she was going, what happened to her, or anything at all about herself. She simply had no memory of anything. What woke her was a noisy bird, but shortly after that, she finds a young man is building a fire to warm her. He offers to take her to a nearby settlement to find out if anyone knows who she is. He even offers to inquire at several surrounding settlements, but nobody in any of those places knows of a missing woman fitting her description. The story ends in a somewhat unique manner, certainly in keeping with the entire story up to that point. Does she ever learn her name? Does she find out how she came to be alone in the snowy forest? Does she ever learn what happened to her?

    C.L. Holland has written at least three short story collections which I have reviewed and thoroughly enjoyed. With The Reflection of Memory, the author has proven that she can also write a compelling novella. The Reflection of Memory is a magical story. The pursuit of the woman’s memory leads us through several adventures, including some she no doubt would prefer not to have experienced. Each “adventure” draws us in, filling the reader with a sense of anxiety similar to what the woman would have felt. I would classify this as fantasy, although it could just as accurately be placed into some other category. I recommend this for fans of fantasy, and for others who might like to just “check out” the genre without committing to a 500-page tome. C.L. Holland is a master of the writing craft. Reading her work is a treat you will be happy to experience.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 27, 2013

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    What did i just read. So confusing. Super short 74 pages.

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