Leaving a lonely existence on the mythical island of Penglai, young immortal Amira enters the mortal world and struggles to understand and trust others. Are they befriending her because they need her help, or because of her beauty, or do they truly care for her? Can she trust and love a young mortal man, or is he deceiving her? Caught in a battle between well-organized bandits and the residents of a peaceful valley, she ultimately must decide if she’s willing to risk her own destruction to save those who’ve befriended her.
Amira, Immortal Daughter from Penglai, the young adult fantasy novel by Lon Dee, is available from Amazon.com and Amazon UK.
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I’ve been asked two questions recently. One was easy to answer, the second — rather surprisingly — wasn’t.
Let’s just quickly talk about the easy question. How does a book grab you? What promises it’s going to be a good’un? Many people probably share the same views: eye-catching cover, a well-written book description that draws you in, a ‘Look Inside’ that makes you want to read more, you’ve already read a good book by that author, and, if applicable, an engaging exchange with the author if s/he’s asked you to review the book. It doesn’t have to be all these things, but basically, it’s all about an immaculate package, isn’t it?