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It’s one thing to read about heroes saving worlds in far off galaxies, but to become one is an entirely different story. Sixteen-year-old Amber Oak wanted nothing more than to stay in her own world of music and solitude. But the inhabitants of Galaseya, a Utopian planet rooted in the past, had other ideas in mind. According to them, only she wielded the power to stop the da ...more
Paperback, 296 pages
Published November 17th 2017 by Lulu
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Killarney Traynor
Jan 18, 2019 rated it it was amazing
(This review is on a copy bought at a fair)
Memories of Chronosalis is an imaginative and detailed fantasy novel about a young woman who's world is suddenly up-ended and uprooted.

Amber Oak thinks she is just an ordinary teenager. But when her mother is killed, the truth comes out: Amber is not of this world and her home planet needs her. Now Amber finds herself in the middle of a war between planets and forced to comes to terms with the complicated family she never knew existed. In a land where
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C.C. Hrivnak
Jan 13, 2018 rated it it was amazing
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This is not your average female led YA Sci-fi/Fantasy. She is a "Chosen One", but is not the common ones you see in YA Sci-Fi/Fantasy novels of today. Through her struggle to accept her purpose to save her families' home planet of Galaseya to fight the monsters in the dark, Amber must learn to push her introverted ways aside to take on the armor of a warrior. Her growth from the beginning of the novel to the end is immense and a fantastic jour
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Kara
Aug 19, 2018 rated it liked it
I met Ceara Comeau at the New England Authors Expo this year and was more than happy to trade my novel for her first book, Memories of Chronosalis. Of all the books I got that day, I was most excited to start this one, and I was not disappointed! I was so impressed with the plot (I don't want to spoil anything!). I also loved the main character Amber's personality and her maturation from uncertain, vulnerable teenager to true hero. Thank you for giving me the chance to read your book, Ceara! Goo ...more
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*Disclaimer* I was provided with a free copy of this book in return for my honest review. All thoughts and opinions expressed are my own and not influenced by the author and/or its affiliates in any way.

If you have read my previous posts then you will know I follow Goodreads rating system, if not, well...now you do.

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➽The plot was cool and relatable to as much as a sci-fi can possibly be. When describing the past of the planets, the things described we can all relate except the details m
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