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(The Travelers Duology #1)

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In Travelers, uncover a world where mermaids aren't myth, the city of Atlantis exists, and time travel is possible.

Discover how Triana, a twenty-year-old mermaid, is thrust into time travel throughout human history to save her world from destruction.

Forced to share the body of a human in the era she travels to, Triana realizes that Alexio, a merman from her world, is follo
Paperback, Second Edition, 244 pages
Published 2018 by Orlando House Publishing (first published 2016)
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Bianca Baldemor
Dec 20, 2016 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
The book was easy to read, and it's amazing how Triana's time travel destinations were based on history or literary references. I'm looking forward to the sequel, Settlers, because the ending left many questions unanswered. ...more
Karla Kay
"On the Greek island of Ikaria there lived a fair maiden named Arianne. Her hair was the color of the midnight sky, and as shiny as the slick wet skin of a whale. One of her rare traits of beauty was her multicolored eyes. She had one green eye and the other blue, which resembled the different depths of the ocean. Her melodic voice could not be adequately described in words. The music flowed from her mouth as if it was enchanted by something supernatural."
“My love is part of the ocean; my love
May 08, 2019 rated it it was amazing
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I just finished reading Travelers by Carla Reighard. You definitely don't have to be a kid to enjoy this story about time traveling mermaids. It is a great love story with a strong female lead who puts her people above all else...even at times her heart. Without giving too much away I would like to say that nowhere else have I read a book that combines, time traveling magic wielding merpeople from another world. It was done in a well put together way that even delves into some of our favorite ch ...more
Jen Fetzer
Dec 28, 2018 rated it really liked it
Travelers is a fun and quick read about a mermaid traveling through time and essentially body hopping in order to save her people. I loved the world building and characters in Travelers and look forward to reading the sequel, however, there were a few things that were left open-ended in order for there to be a sequel.
Megan Wors
Jul 30, 2018 rated it liked it
Travelers follows the story of a mermaid named Triana as she travels through time to save her people. The gem of the story, in my opinion, are the subtle nods to pop culture! Every time she encountered a character from a book, movie or tv show that I was familiar with I found myself smiling.
Oct 20, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Wow this is full of twist. Duel love stories in parts. Just when I thought I had it figured out, it would go in a completely new direction. Lots of pop culture and historical references.
R.W. Lang
Complicated fantasy tale about a race of mermaids and mermen from the planet Kyra. The merpeople were sent to live in earth's oceans by Poseidon, the king of Kyra until the evil that threatened them was destroyed. The Stones of Power were the key that protected them, their leader and the way back to their planet. Triana, the protagonist, and Esmerilla, the antagonist matched wits and power as Esmerilla tried to gain all the stones and power for herself. Secrets are held close and slowly revealed ...more
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