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Blue Crystal Mountains

(White Bird #4)

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Avatars have the ability to live and function in multiple realities. A divine manifestation, an incarnation of a god, or a star traveler--Crystal Blue is all of these--and more. She didn't ask for these abilities, but knows their importance. After all, she's traveling to Tibet in the belly of a blue serpent.

In PB Morlen's fourth novel in the ongoing White Bird Series, Blue

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Paperback, First, 488 pages
Published March 1st 2015 by Booklocker.com
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samantha  (books-are-my-life20)
I haven't read the other four in the series yet but the details of Tibet, Peru and the lives of the Incas was a lot of fun to read. The various cultures Crystal and her band find adds truth and legend to the book. This book had a lot of hiking through beautiful jungles, mountains, prairies and all over. It really brought more life to the book, and I will probably be reading the others soon
Heather Bridson
Apr 01, 2015 rated it it was amazing
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I have loved this series from the very start. This being the fourth book, it is longer than the others. All the details of Tibet, Peru and the lives of the Incas was a lot of fun to read. The various cultures Crystal and her band find adds truth and legend to the book. This book had a lot of hiking through beautiful jungles, mountains, prairies and all over. It really brought more life to the book.
For Crystal, this book was a lot of self discovery and change. She learned to look at everyone wi
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Sandra Gilbert
Apr 01, 2015 rated it it was amazing
I couldn't wait to read the latest installment in this tale. Crystal and her friends learned so much in Blue Crystal Mountain and I often found myself in tears as events unfolded.

When I reached the end, I was seriously bummed as I wasn't ready for the story to end yet and there are still so many questions left to be answered and things to be learned.

Many of the things they learned will be floating about in my subconscious and conscious thought for quite a bit as I ponder the meanings and thought
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I began writing Crystal's story back in 1995 when my children were very small and quite mischievous. And so, as I tended to my children, I tucked Crystal's story away, but never forgot her...she wouldn't let me forget.

For fourteen years, Crystal’s story simmered in my brain and in my heart, while I played with my daughters, gaining a greater appreciation for humanity's struggles and current earth
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