ARC Review: A Halo of Mushrooms by Andrew Hiller


*Thank you to Andrew Hiller for sending me this book. I received this book in exchange for a honest review.*

Synopsis:Once planted, it lives everywhere…

In a place of origins, the first Fairie Ring withers. Worlds die. Wonder fades. As its last ripple reaches out, fell creatures barricade up the few remaining Bald Mushrooms and wars are fought for the right to possess what precious little remains…. Until Derik, a healer, creeps through lines of armies, thorns, and traps to steal one.


Tying the wonder to his hip in a sack, he finds himself alone on Earth in the gray, declining city of Clarksburg. Without friends, tools, weapons, and even stripped of the ability to read, he must escape pursuit and find refuge for his burden. A burden that stubbornly refuses every attempt to find it a new home.

Shadows of war are descending and all Derik has to fend it off is a baker, a chemist, a cerulean sweet, and a withered hope. The chase is on….from world to world and from the Great Lakes to Malawi.


A Halo of Mushrooms was an intriguing read filled great characters and a captivating plot. Andrew has a beautiful style of writing that displays the time and effort put into this novel. This book is certain to impress you.

Typically, I do not read fantasy books as much as I do contemporary. However, I loved A Halo of Mushrooms. The story lures you in from the first sentence. The characters complimented the story incredibly. The characters were well developed and unique. Finally, the writing style was breathtaking! The writing fits the story wonderfully.

Overall, A halo of Mushrooms is a must-read. Reading this story will not leave you disappointed. I am confident that you will love it as much as I do!

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