Sally’s Cafe and Bookstore – New Book on the Shelves – Relic Seeker (The Priestess Chronicles Book 2) by Fiona Tarr

Delighted to showcase the latest book by Fiona Tarr published on October 4th. Relic Seeker (The Priestess Chronicles Book 2)

About the Book

A young time-travelling, magic wielding Priestess and her gifted friends must retrieve an ancient Goth relic before it is used to change history.

This isn’t the Priestess Ariela’s first trip through time, but now she has friends along for the journey. When she arrives, she is alone, dressed as a servant, yet surrounded by opulence. Her guide and mentor, the Angel Raziel hasn’t given her a clue about her quest and she quickly finds herself serving a deadly enemy from her past.

Ariela realises that keeping her magical powers secret isn’t going to be easy. She is being hunted by a powerful magic wielder who is determined to destroy her and change history forever. In the midst of a violent and intense battle to protect the ancient relic Brísingamen, once worn by the goddess Freya, Ariela calls upon the strengths and powers of her friends and a group of strangers.

As Ariela gathers her allies, she realises her powerful adversary isn’t the only threat. She has been betrayed by someone she thought she could trust.

Relic Seeker is book 2 in a new series by Fiona Tarr. It is fast paced and offers a great read for young adults or adults looking for a fun, quick, weekend read. If magic and time travel spark your interest, then you’ll enjoy this fun, fantasy adventure.

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Also by Fiona Tarr

One of the reviews for Call of the Druids (The Priestess Chronicles Volume 1)

Feb 12, 2019 Sherrie Hansen rated it Five Stars.

The first in a new series from Fiona Tarr, Call of the Druids gives a much welcome glimpse into the lives of familiar characters Salaman and the Priestess Nina, Kind David’s sister. from Covenant of Grace series, and a riveting introduction to their daughter Ariela and new characters Morrigan, Culaan, Genevieve and the Angel Raziel. The Call of the Druids fast forwards in time to another familiar time in religious history, the Roman Empire just after the crucifiction of Jesus, but is not told from the perspective of Jewish or Christian history, but from the point of views of Druids and Gaul clan members. The collision of the two cultures is fascinating and the perfect backdrop for this coming of age story. Tarr’s supporting characters make for the perfect clash between good and evil and shed a new light on a pivotal period of history. I can’t wait to read book 2 in the Priestess Chronicles!

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About Fiona Tarr

My fantasy novels are fast paced, character driven historical stories with strong mystical, spiritual and theological themes mixed with elements of the classic heroic/epic fantasy genre. My writing was first inspired by the heroic fantasy style of David Gemmell, but I have most recently been compared to Traci Harding & Robin Hobb.

I always appreciate legitimate feedback so please don’t forget to review my work when you have read it.

It turns out writing is in the blood. My Great Uncle was George Johnston (My Brother Jack) and although I don’t claim to have his renowned literary style, I do write a mean fantasy novel.

I find culture, faith, philosophy and sociology intriguing and these topics are at the heart of my fantasy.

I live in Noosa, Australia with my husband and two sons and I run a small business involving tourism and watersports. Occasionally I dabble in advocacy, mentoring and spend time on my personal entrepreneurial pursuits. When I am not writing I am either kitesurfing, stand up paddle surfing, travelling or volunteering in some capacity. I love cheese, chocolate and living a creative life.

Connect to Fiona on her website and social media.


Thank you for dropping in today and it would be great if you could share the news of Fiona’s new release everywhere.. thanks Sally