EMBRACE THE WONDER
When Day and Night combine and fight against one Enemy,
then Dark and Light shall meet mid-strike and set the Captives free.
In the wake of loss and devastation, Alex must cast aside her grief to seek aid from those who banished the Meyarins long ago. But the proud Tia Aurans care little for the woes of mortals and demand that Alex and her friends undergo the Gates of Testing to prove their world is worth saving.
With an ancient prophecy looming, Alex must confront the secrets of her past if she is to survive long enough to see the future. For if she returns to Medora without the Tia Aurans by her side, all hope for her world will be lost.
In this explosive conclusion to The Medoran Chronicles, the fate of Medora hangs in the balance as Alex readies herself to face Aven one final time.
Who will survive, and who will fall'
If, however, darkness wins, there is no strategy
to keep from all that will be lost, and so will always be.
- Publication Date:
- 18 / 02 / 2019
- 135 x 208mm
Oh My Gosh, such a good story!
The conclusion to "The Medoran Chronicles", this much anticipated novel concludes Alex's journey in Medora - or does it? An interesting teaser from the author at the end means we may hear more from Medora...
"Vardaesia" introduces a new world of an impossibly ancient race - the Tia Aurans - while also gathering characters together from previous installments. Alex and her friends have to prove their worth to this ancient race to beg for help in fulfilling a prophecy to save Medora.
I read "Vardaesia" over two days as I was tryng to savour the story because it is the last one - I tried to make it last, yet I couldn't help myself, I had to keep reading! It would be easy to finish in an afternoon.
This book led me on an emotional rollar coaster. I connected with the characters and was intrigued by the new/old world of the Tia Aurans and their sky city Vardaesia. Shocked gasps, tears, laughter... Let's just say I am a very vocal reader when involved in a story - my husband thought it was hilarious.
Definitely a worthy conclusion to this fantastic series - you will not be disappointed. Just remember to read with tissues nearby. - Kerryn (QBD)