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Journey to Aviad

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Threatening clouds and fierce storms besiege the city of Tyroc. More frequent and powerful than ordinary storms, young Elowyn, a weaver’s daughter living in the outskirts of the city, senses something disturbing and unnatural about them. She soon realizes that the storms are but a warning sign of much more frightening things yet to come. Terrifying wolf-like creatures ...more
Paperback, 280 pages
Published November 11th 2011 by CreateSpace
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David Wiley
Apr 11, 2016 David Wiley rated it it was amazing
The writing in this book is beautiful, elegant, and masterful. It was enchanting and kept me riveted to the tale. The story came alive as I was reading the words, filling my mind and my soul with the poetical prose laced with Christian themes. This is everything I have always sought for in a Christian fantasy book, and something I have rarely seen pulled off with such excellence.

The main character, a young girl name Elowyn, is one of the best young female protagonists that I have read in quite s
Jan 03, 2015 Petula rated it really liked it
The exciting adventures of a young girl in a dangerous time.

Elowyn lives with her mother and two sisters on the outskirts of the city. Her mother is a weaver of the finest cloth ,but has a nasty temper that she often unleashes on her daughters. her older sister Morganne is a gifted seamstress, who works very hard to look after the youngest girl who is a baby and keep up with all the garments she must make. Elowyn has no talent that her mother considers worthwhile, so she is left to do all the ot
Feb 24, 2012 Elisabeth rated it it was amazing
Recommended to Elisabeth by: my aunt
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I received the book as a Christmas present and once I read past the first few pages, was pulled in by a main character I identify with - even as an adult. Am eager to find out the result of the story. Information on Amazon suggests that this is the first in a series.
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Nov 21, 2016 Renee Scattergood rated it it was amazing
This book gripped me from start to finish. It was difficult putting it down. Well worth the read!
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Aug 14, 2016 Elle Bee rated it really liked it
Quote-tastic & Immersifying!

In a fantasy world where nothing is as it seems, a child is caught in the battle between good and evil, Heaven and Hell. When I began reading, I was immediately pulled in. The elegant writing sang to my soul. The Biblical references intrigued me. I began highlighting and highlighting. I highlighted, “Aviad [the God figure] always takes care of his own. When He calls you, He does so with good purpose, and He will remain with you to whatever end.” A few pages later
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Allison D. Reid was born in Cincinnati, Ohio. Her love for medieval fantasy was sparked by the Narnia Chronicles by C.S. Lewis, which fed both her imagination and her spiritual development. When at the age of thirteen her family moved to Germany, her passion for medieval history and legend only increased, and she found herself captivated by the ancient towns and castles of Europe.

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