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kindle ç Eloia Born Ô » johnscyclingdiary ´ [Read] ➸ Eloia Born ➵ Britta Jensen – Johns-cycling-diary.co.uk Loved it A well written narrative of disability dystopia and explorationconsider it a spiritual successor to Lois Lowry's The Giver and M Night Shyamalan's The Village Nicole Dieker DiscoveryAny communities on their planet The journey of discovery isn't without hardship Dex drifts away from Leanora new truths emerge about her family and a newfound power haunts her Across the deserts of Eloia her heart calls her in a new direction Does she have the courage to heed its call even if it means leaving everything she knows behind?The seuel Hirana's War releases October 1 20 Let it be known that my low rating has to do with my dislike of sci fi because I can't always grasp what's going on The adventure was interesting but I couldn't connect with the characters and all the new animals introduced made it hard for me to remember what was what

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Loved it A well written narrative of disability dystopia and explorationconsider it a spiritual successor to Lois Lowry's The Giver and M Night Shyamalan's The Village Nicole Dieker Discovery ReedsyBritta Jensen's epic worldbuilding shines and the story is full of mystery suspense and heart I'm looking forward to stories in this universe Amanda Bennett Midday Moonrise Blog Long li This sweeping YA sci fi novel takes you on an adventure through the vast landscapes of Eloia a strange planet full of hidden dangers and joyful surprises For young lovers Leanora and Dex each step of their journey makes them confront their harrowing past and uncertain future Britta Jenson's epic world building shines and the story is full of mystery suspense and heart I'm looking forward to stories in this universe

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Eloia BornSted for the 2016 Exeter Novel Prize A girl who's lost her mother A boy learning about love Both with a secret neither knows about and a journey that could tear them apart When half sighted Leanora catches her father committing an unspeakable crime she is forced to flee her village with her blind best friend Dex Together they seek answers to the Mists that caused disabilities in m Contains no spoilers; review based on ARCI have been looking forward to this for uite some time I dedicated my Thanksgiving break to having time to enjoy this without interruption and I am so glad I did Once I started reading I honestly didn’t want to stop I admit that I was nervous when I saw the story would be told from two alternating points of view I was also slightly leery when I realized the author was going to dedicate her first sections to presenting a backstory for Leanora and Dex However I am thrilled to say that Eloia Born was nothing like my past experiences Just as I was getting to my “come on already” point the story took off The split narrative adds a depth to the story that would not have been present otherwise each section blending nicely with the previous section while expanding it in some way for the reader While Leonora comes across clearly to me throughout I was having trouble understanding Dex after they left Asanis Again the split narration was the perfect way to show Dex’s humanity and I was able to connect with him so much so that the turn of events in the tower of Nedara left me in complete shock and exceedingly angry And the humanity did not stop with the humans The author blended these very same characteristics into the animals as well I am a sucker for animals and to see how even the hardest human in the bunch responded to the animals – well that was a reward all by itself Who won’t love the gwynbee and ulsos? It was a pleasant surprise to discover that each of the four regions of this world aligned so perfectly with recognizable growth in our main characters Neither the recurring theme of acceptance nor the importance of being comfortable in your own skin can be missed This story reminds me of all the things I like so much about Victoria Aveyard’s Red ueen series It is a story of growth not everything ends on a happy note everyone has something to add to the story and the journey was hard but such is life I believe that many young adult readers will find a bit of themselves in this story and perhaps even a desire to “choose kind” If we can learn to recognize the gifts in others realize that there is to life than what we see and honestly try to understand one another this world – and our individual lives – could be very differentRich in detail and clearly enjoying her wordsmithing without being wordy the author has presented a well defined world likeable characters and a compelling story I am looking forward to receiving my printed copy the next book in the series and of this author in the future #eloiaborn