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real danger may come from someone much more sinister…a foe with supernatural powers and a growing collection of faces

Wednesday, September 8th, 2021



Tale From Somerset

E. Reed

Action, Adventure, Fantasy, Coming of Age


years ago, a curious star fell to the island of Somerset. That night
Ike Ryder met Alina, the little girl who fell from the heavens.

Ike Ryder is on the cusp of manhood and being called to join his
father’s decade-long war, a fight he vehemently opposes. Before Ike
is forced to take up arms, a messenger from the island of Somerset’s
Great Spirit visits him. Ike is named the Great Spirit’s new champion
and called to make a perilous journey to the Spirit’s sanctuary.
While all of Somerset seems to doubt Ike’s abilities as a warrior, he
resolves to reach the Spirit and use her power to end the bloodshed
plaguing the world of Dawn.

from Somerset, Alina fights alongside the Knights of Tenshi, the
legendary peacekeepers of Dawn. After most of their regiment is
killed in an ambush, Alina and the few survivors race to warn
Somerset of a coming invasion. Although she and the other Knights
fear their enemies of war, the real danger may come from someone much
more sinister…a foe with supernatural powers and a growing
collection of faces.

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Passionate about
storytelling, E. Reed devotes much of his time to writing and
producing. He studied Media Production at Pepperdine University
graduating as valedictorian. A native of Southern California, Eric
enjoys swimming in the ocean, exercising, and cooking.

Dawn Crusade is the
first novel in a fantasy action and adventure series. Published at
the age of 22, E. Reed is an author you will anticipate seeing a lot
more of with a growing collection of great novels.

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Amane of Teravinea The chosen One by Maria Trimble

Wednesday, March 4th, 2015

A review for

What a hook in the beginning of the book. The first chapter is going to pull you in in just one page. It is fabulously written for young adults who want all now and with a great punch. This story has a great pace and a dramatic twist in every chapter. I enjoy the taste of this book, for it tastes like a winner in the world of fantasy.

Amane’s mother dies and Amane is to go on a journey to celebrate her mother’s life. She chooses to go alone to the place where she has spent many wonderful times with her mother. She loves the lore of dragons, and the songs that are passed from one generation to the next and her mother was the one who taught them to her. When her teacher insists in changing these stories, she defies her teacher who expels her from school.

At fifteen, all girls are busy procuring a husband, but Amane is busy learning to use a sword and dealing with the death of her mother. During her stay by the cove, one of the rocks she places in a ring for a fire, starts to hatch and she is beaten by the small dragon that emerges from within. Almost dead from the venom deposited by the dragon, Amane sees her dead mother who tells her to go back and stay with her dragon. She does so, and now she must confide in someone that she is linked to a dragon, but who? No one but the healer is at her side.

This book will become a favorite for many young adults and for the young of heart. It is tastefully written, with lots of action and even a bit of romance. I greatly recommend it to lovers of dragons and magic, and readers of fantasy at large. You will not be disappointed. I highly recommend it for any library, be it at school or at home.