I want to first brag on how creative this story was. The hero's journey is nothing new but the way Alexander framed this story was special. Alexander loves his characters. His love for Elijah and this world he has created shines brightly from beginning to end. Alexander's love for his story brought me to love it as well.
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First lines: The extra-terrestrials are aggressors. They're hostile, right from the start. That's what my father tells me. He says hostility is potent when it's quiet; he says the ETs are as quiet as mice.
Into the Dark is the last book in the Legend of the Great Horse trilogy. As our journey with Meagan comes to a very unanticipated end, the story continues to capture the imagination and emotions as well, if not better than the first two books. The story is swarming with revelations, history, action and (finally) a bit of romance. We even get a glimpse into a very unappealing and suppressed possible future.
ECLIPSED BY SHADOW is the 1st book of The Legend of the Great Horse trilogy. The story is a well-researched, award-winning YA historical fiction/fantasy that brings readers on a journey of real history. The central character is a young horse-enthusiast, Meagan, who struggles to survive mankind's past using her empathy, perseverance--and her modern knowledge of horsemanship.
This is the second book in "The Sunset Lands Beyond" trilogy. The first book "Aerisia - Land Beyond the Sunset" was reviewed by me on November 10th. To see the 5 star review, click the title. Discovering she is another world’s prophesied heroine was not something Hannah Winters could have ever predicted. However, … Continue reading Book Review – “Aerisia: Gateway To The Underworld” by Sarah Ashwood