Just as every Eyloni before her, Kidahin becomes an adult when she takes part in the adulthood ceremony. Soon after this important event, she is put to work on the ship Hunter’s Moon. But things do not go as planned and the ship is forced to land on a nearby moon to make repairs. This is where Kidahin meets Chief Warrant Officer Del Marsch. But unlike any other Eyloni before her, she forms a relationship with this human once he offers to train her. This comes as a surprise to both the humans and Eyloni, as they are two very different species.
Michael Anthony has returned home after spending a year in Iraq. He believes that he will lead a happy life now that he’s home, but that’s not how it turns out. A couple of weeks after returning, he finds himself drinking and wanting to pick fights. He comes to the conclusion that if things don’t get better in three months, he’ll end his life. This memoir is an inspiring story of one young veteran’s struggle with life after war and how many other veterans struggle today.
War affects everyone, even those not fighting in it. This has never been truer than during the Vietnam War, a time where new generations began questioning the ethics and motives behind war and began challenging those in authority. Living during this chaotic time is seventeen-year-old Rachel Morelli. She has grown up near Kent State University, where her father teaches, and she knows the campus like the back of her hand. The only problem is she has no desire to spend the rest of her life there. She has dreams of attending Pratt University in New York and taking its top-notch art program.
The book caught my attention and I enjoyed my reading. Sophie, a regular teenager, 16 years, trapped in a school where she finds out she is a god. Persephone being her god form and Sophie being the human form. A little change of plans when Kyrillos breaks the reality in which Sophie was living. Now she has to learn how to deal with the fallout and some how get back to her reality.
This book is about a boy named Joseph who is loving to creatures. One day he stumbles upon an old lady, Mrs. Merryweather, who tames mystical creatures for a living. She deems him her errand boy and pupil, as long as he doesn't tell anybody. But keeping that secret is hard when a big-shot CEO, Redwar, a bully, and his mom all want answers on what he's doing. Especially when Redwar wants to find the source of these mystical creatures. Truth is that Mrs.
In the final installment of The Five Stones Trilogy our heroes make their final stand against Dankar, the main enemy in the land of Ayda. His goal is to grab all the stones of power, which do many things like control the wind or start an earthquake. Dankar has had one of the four stones of power for a long time, but he is finally ready to make a grab for the other three. Rothermel, the keeper of Melor, is doing all he can to keep Dankar from capturing the realm of Melor along with Rothermel’s stone.