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The Light of Asteria by Elizabeth Isaacs
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Aug 06, 2012

it was amazing
bookshelves: received-to-review, 2012, fantasy, young-adult
Read from August 04 to 06, 2012

Nora is not your average young lady. She has a sad past and is very loyal to her friends. She is staying home from college to help out her aging foster mother. She is a wonderful girl who cares deeply.

She helps her two friends move into the dorms when she literally bumps into a young man who she feels an instant connection to. It doesn't take long until he becomes her focus. The great thing is that he is just as interested in her.

This takes the story into a fantasy realm. There is danger, good vs. evil, love, friendship, and self discovery.

One of the qualifications for a book to receive a 5 star rating from me is that I can't put it down. This book filled that requirement. When I was about 3/4 of the way through I went to Amazon and downloaded the second book.

I can't wait to find out what happens next. This book is suitable for teens on up who can handle some intense kissing and violence.
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