Two Moons of Sera
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The land-dwelling Erdlanders don't know about her.
The amphibious Sualwets reject and resent her.
Serafay is anomaly, an unwanted outcast from both worlds. Fearing the people who tortured and experimented on her mother's waterborne race, Sera remains hidden and isolated, feeling like she doesn't belong. When she meets a stranger, Tor, another misfit like herself, Sera realizes that she's not alone, finally discovering a sense of home. With the war between the Erdlanders and Sualwets escalating, will Sera and Tor ever be safe from the dangers surrounding them?
Young Adult, Science Fiction, Romantic Fantasy
Evolved Publishing presents an other-worldly romantic tale from a multiple Award-Winning and USA Today Best-Selling author of "White Chalk" and other great books. Discover the world of the Sualwets and the Erdlanders. [DRM-Free]
Books by P.K. Tyler:
Moon Dust - A "Two Moons of Sera" Short StoryThe Jakkattu VectorWhite ChalkThe Sugar House Novellas (Writing as Pavarti K. Tyler)Ninja and Bunny's Great Adventure (Writing as Kara S Tyler)
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More Great YA Books from Evolved Publishing:
Chosen (Wind Catcher, Brink of Dawn, Scorched Souls) by Jeff Altabef and Erynn AltabefJoey Cola: Dream Warriors by D. Robert PeaseThe Silver Sphere by Michael DadichThe Darla Decker Diaries Series by Jessica McHugh
A Really Good Fantasy
If you are looking for a well written book, this is a good book to read. You can read this as a standalone book. But I recommend you also read Moon Dust which is a short prequel to Two Moons of Sera. That prequel gives more information about Nilafey who is Sera's mother. While Two Moons of Sera doesn't end in a traditional cliffhanger, it does end in what could be a lead in for the next book in the series. There is violence.
I wasn't sure what to expect when I started reading this book but was pleasantly surprised by what I read. The author has done a good job of creating a new world full of Sualwets, Erlanders, and A'aihea. The beginning moved slowly as the author described this world and characters in detail that you can visualize. I'm glad I stuck with it through the slow parts as the book was worth it.
Overall I really enjoyed reading this book and want to read more about these characters and world. Unfortunately, at this point there aren't any more books about Sera, Tor, and the rest of their "family". I really hope the author writes more about this world she has created.
I received an ARC from the author in exchange for an honest review.