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Lady From Day

(Tale of Orinda #1)

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Finding a cure for an ill princess is harder that it seems.


Traveling through the lands of Aelisonia, Lia and her band of adventurers hear a tale of an unusual illness that has caused the land of Feyris to go into famine and Queen Daylat to disappear in her attempts to find a cure.

On Lia's journey through the world of Orinda, she runs into the hands of th
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Kindle Edition, 295 pages
Published December 13th 2011
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Jane
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This book was suggested to me so I downloaded the Kindle version of it. It is a story of intrigue and love set in a medieval type of time. Tells the story of Lia traveling around to find the cure for a rather unusual condition. Her band of men meet up with the Prince and his small army. They meet with obstacles in finding the cure. The heroine is captured by the bad guys, escapes with another, go back to rescue others that had been captured. Much more happen in this story and you will find yours ...more
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April Sadowski was born and raised in the Dayton, Ohio area. Books were always prevalent in her life and so was the fondness for writing. At the age of thirteen, April began her first novel, Lady From Day. It took over ten years to write, but since the completion of it in 2009, she has written four additional novels and has participated in NaNoWriMo, Camp NaNoWriMo, and Script Frenzy, "winning" at ...more

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“I realized now that I would never be truly done with adventuring. The path of life takes twists and turns one could never even imagine or hope for. It was the greatest adventure and I had so much more to experience. Where, I wonder, would life lead me next?” 2 likes
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