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Courtney Davis

Autor(a) de The Celtic Art Source Book

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About the Author

Born in South Wales on the eve of the ancient Celtic festival of Samhain, Courtney Davis developed an interest in Celtic art from an early age. Although without formal art training, he is now known world-wide as one of the foremost interpreters of traditional Celtic and inspirational art and mostrar mais illustration. mostrar menos
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Obras de Courtney Davis

The Celtic Art Source Book (1988) 218 cópias
Celtic and Old Norse Designs (2000) 146 cópias
Celtic Borders & Decoration (1992) 144 cópias
Celtic Designs and Motifs (1991) 108 cópias
The Celtic Tarot (1990) 101 cópias
The Art Of Celtia (1993) 73 cópias
A Treasury of Viking Design (2000) 56 cópias
Celtic Designs (2001) 47 cópias
Celtic Initials & Alphabets (1997) 44 cópias

Associated Works

Celtic Gods, Celtic Goddesses (1990) — Ilustrador — 294 cópias
The Encyclopaedia of Arthurian Legends (1991) — Ilustrador — 116 cópias
The Irish Celtic Magical Tradition (1992) — Artista da capa, algumas edições94 cópias
Celtic Mandalas (1994) — Ilustrador — 41 cópias


Conhecimento Comum

Data de nascimento
Locais de residência
Dorset, England, UK



Esta resenha foi escrita no âmbito dos Primeiros Resenhistas do LibraryThing.
Long ago, a group of vampires went down with Atlantis in order to guard the monsters that Atlantis keeps imprisoned.  To help the vampires sustain themselves, previous leaders have enslaved the human Descendants of Atlantis to feed them.  Current leader, Ian believes differently.  When Ian gets word that one of his prisoners, Norgis, has escaped to Miami, he takes action and returns to the surface to hunt Norgis down.  Ian picks up Norgis' scent immediately along with the scent of his brother.  Ian also detects an irresistible scent of a woman, Katherine, that Norgis has targeted for an artifact that she has.  Now, Ian is trying to protect Katherine, track down Norgis and stop his brother's plot to rule Atlantis.   Vampires of Atlantis is a fast paced paranormal romance. The story dives right into the action with Norgis escaping.  I felt a little lost or like I had missed something for the first half of the book with no knowledge of how Atlantis worked, why anyone was down there and why it was so important to find the monster and Ian's brother.  Regardless, the story is action packed and fun as Ian and his team track Norgis, come into contact with other dangerous groups and try to protect Katherine while she finds out the truth about herself.  Ian and Katherine have an insta love romance aided by vampire blood and a few steamy scenes.  I had a hard time with Katherine's character as she seems to blindly follow Ian and doesn't seem to have anything attaching her to her life.  Katherine does redeem herself a bit when she realizes several times that she might be being held prisoner and fights back. Once the team returned to Atlantis, missing pieces started to fill in and I enjoyed learning about how and why the vampires lived at the bottom of the ocean.  The ending was exciting and amped up the danger.  Overall, an exciting and enjoyable vampire read.  This book was received for free in return for an honest review. … (mais)
Mishker | outras 7 resenhas | Mar 16, 2024 |
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I absolutely loved this book!!!! The fact that its a twist on the tale of Atlantis is what drew me to the book and let me tell you the author did not disappoint!!!! I cant wait to read the rest of the series!!!!
Willispahela | outras 7 resenhas | Jan 10, 2024 |
Fawn Malero, Supernatural P.I. and magician, is back with her crew, an assembly of magicians, werewolves, vampires, witches and warlocks, elves, and sea creatures, with the power to shift into human form. This time, her city is being over run with a plague of rabbits. Rabbits are appearing everywhere! As soon as Fawn tries to get rid of some, more appear to take their place. An important vampire is getting married to Fawn's rival for Logan and it is crucial to rid the city of the rabbits and their mess before the wedding party arrives. In addition to this, the weather has become crazy, one minute heatwaves, the next snow storms! Ruling out humans as the cause, Fawn must discover how the supernatural is involved. Could it be the doing of the rogue magician, who was caught selling magic items illegally and is now in "jail" in Fawn's father's home, or is a secretive mysterious stranger involved?
This is the second Fawn Malero book that I have read and it won't be the last. Courtney Davis has a talent for bringing to life an appealing cast of unusual characters and giving them human qualities. The reader becomes involved in their love lives and personal problems. Will Fawn and her werewolf lover, Logan, marry? Will her pregnant friend, Jasmine be finally rid of her abusive husband, Maddox, and find happiness with another? I also love the characters rock star fashion sense, all their outrageous outfits.
In between the series of adventures which lead up to an exciting conclusion in a supernatural battle of powers, Fawn's character grows through solving problems of others. She proves that her parents can be as proud of her as they are with her brothers in protecting their city. And just maybe she can be a definite asset to Logan in his role as alpha leader of his werewolf pack.
When you need some light reading to cheer you up and take you away, this definitely fits the bill!
… (mais)
DeniseDuvall | Sep 21, 2023 |
Esta resenha foi escrita no âmbito dos Primeiros Resenhistas do LibraryThing.
I received an early review copy of the book.

Vampires of Atlantis caught my eye because I had never seen the two paired. Miss Davis does give us a picture of Vampires in Atlantis, so it's not just a gimmicky title.

Main and secondary characters are sufficiently developed. There us one - the best friend - I hope gets more in the 2nd book.

Speaking of the 2nd book Davis set the stage nicely. Enough with a new group (werewolves, of course) so the reader anticipates reading the next story.… (mais)
Richard54 | outras 7 resenhas | Aug 22, 2023 |


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