To celebrate the release of Stories on Scrolls, I’m sharing a couple of book club questions.
Book Club Questions Stories on Scrolls
- What do you think about the Hunter and her world?
- What are your thoughts about the Paladin and his stories?
- Did you enjoy the explanation of folklore found with each scroll?
- What did you think of the journey the Hunter was taken on by reading these scrolls?
- Did you like the references to how Faerie was changed in “Freedom”?
- What do you think of the fae from various countries featuring in the stories?
- Did you like the real-world references in the stories about Faerie?
- What do you think of half-fae?
- Did you enjoy the stories featuring faery dogs masquerading as Rottweilers?
- Do you think there is an underlying theme to the book?
About the book
Conspiracies. Magic. Danger.
In a time where myth and magic are outlawed, a Hunter of Magic uncovers a chest of scrolls that reveal a whole new way of thinking about magic and fae.
But with every word she reads, contradicting her entire worldview, can the Hunter stay the same? Or will the knowledge held in the scrolls destroy her?
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*This book ties in with the folklore and worldbuilding of all the author’s other books and is a good primer on the folklore creatures found in her work.
Magic had been outlawed centuries ago. Yet it is part of the very fabric of the world. Only a select few know how to access it. Everyone else fears it. And so magic and its users have been hunted. Hunters have become the new protectors of the people. All mention of magic’s existence had been scrubbed from the history books.Preface, Stories on Scrolls, Ronel Janse van Vuuren
But magic refuses to be silenced. Every now and then something surfaces to shed light on its existence.
And Hunters are sent to destroy it.
Blog posts about this book
- Zipping Sprites
- X-Factor: Iron and Fae
- The Ultimate Fae Warrior
- Unnatural Magic
- Tooth Faeries
- The Nightmare Steed
- The Raven Faery: Morrígan
- Half-Mortals in Folklore
- Black Sun
- Fickle High Fae
- Gallant Galno Lairds
- Faerie: Home of the Fae
- Surreal Sea Nymphs
- Dangerous Dryads
- Different Imps in Folklore
- Cold Ones: Yuki Onna and Tsurara Onna
- Ly Ergs
- Valkyries: Women Warriors of Myth
- Vengeful Furies
- Dagda: Jailer of the Underworld
- Ravens and Crows in Folklore
- Bat Folklore and Facts
- Repugnant Red Caps
- Occult: Magic and Glamour
- The Ruler of them All: The Queen of the Fae
- Cù Sìth: Faery Dogs
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