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And Meaghan and Nick, training for battle in their remote section of wilderness, are far from safe. Danger hides in shadows and behind innocent faces.
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Allies become foes. Each day is a fight to survive. But in the end, only one threat matters. And it's a threat they never see coming. While Nick trains the villagers to be soldiers, Meaghan and a small rescue party venture into Zeiihbu to find Faillen's young son, before Garon can use the boy's power to destroy those still fighting against his rule. Sounds like a promising series, though. Great review!
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This review and many others can be found on my blog - Feed Your Fiction Addiction. Post a Comment. Review: Aerenden - The Child Returns. They come from another world, and so does she. Left with little choice, she follows Nick into a strange world both similar to Earth and drastically different.
Aerenden: The Child Returns (Aerenden Series #1)
Vines have the ability to attack. Monkeys freeze their victims with a glare. Men create bombs from thin air. When Nick confesses he knows the reason they want her, she learns the truth behind the kingdom's fifteen-year civil war — a long-buried secret that could cost Meaghan her life. Aerenden: The Child Returns is about Meaghan's journey to an unknown world after witnessing her parents' brutal murder.
With her friend Nick as a guide, Meaghan discovers the truth about her life and her identity, all while trying to stay alive. I thought the author did a good job of creating a parallel world and connecting it to the real world. Aerenden is a kingdom in this parallel world, and its inhabitants are all born with certain powers - healing, sensing danger, receiving visions, reading emotions, etc. People coexist surprisingly well for such a diverse community, but of course there is a power-hungry twisted bad guy who wants to control the world. This man, Garon, isn't actually a character you get to meet in this book, but you do see his twisted creatures in action.
Yes, I thought the antagonist's creatures were the best part of the book - not the antagonist himself, nor the protagonists. I didn't find the main character particularly compelling in this novel, but I did think that she grew quite a bit throughout the course of the book. Since the majority of this book was setting up the major conflict of this series, I think Meaghan will become a stronger character in the later books.