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The First Chronicle Of Zayashariya
     

The First Chronicle Of Zayashariya

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by Violette L. Reid
 
Zayashariya abandons her birthright and escapes the planet Night on a spaceship destined for freedom. Once she flees, she unexpectedly arrives in the town of Wilzasp where she is blamed for the sudden rising death rate. The panic-stricken people seek to destroy her and she finds herself betwixt blood craving natives and demons chasing her through the realms. In the

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Zayashariya abandons her birthright and escapes the planet Night on a spaceship destined for freedom. Once she flees, she unexpectedly arrives in the town of Wilzasp where she is blamed for the sudden rising death rate. The panic-stricken people seek to destroy her and she finds herself betwixt blood craving natives and demons chasing her through the realms. In the meantime, she is entangled within a concupiscent relationship with a prominent member of Wilzasp society and her love affair causes her to ponder the questions: Can a person truly change their nature? Can emotions blind reality? Is good and evil a distinctive definition or are there fine lines in which they blur into various shades of gray? Can love prevent you from seeing the inner demon in others? Is a spiritless world a realistic world?

The First Chronicle of Zayashariya: OUT OF NIGHT is a story of sorcery, slaughter, and struggle with self. Out of Night provides a spiritual twist that unites fantasy and science fiction with the battle with faith and the numinous world.

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ISBN-13:
9780979975769
Publisher:
Xpress Yourself Publishing
Publication date:
01/22/2007
Pages:
284
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.64(d)
Age Range:
16 Years

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The First Chronicle Of Zayashariya 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
BrenBW More than 1 year ago
This Classic Story of Good vs. Evil has it all including a Jekyll and Hyde Theme
Review by Brenda K. Wynn, Author of Silverdream & Bloodfire, et al.

Out of Night is a fast-paced ride involving the spiritual and physical worlds. The world of Night has every evil imagined as well as a well-known roster of demons with a few thrown in by the author. When Princess Zayashariya realizes that her mother, Queen Lilith, and the other demon board of directors wants to seduce or force her to become a member, our heroine devises a plan to escape her mother¿s clutches. Although the demonspawn of Lilith, Zayashariya hates being around all of the darkness and malevolence of Night and knows she is totally unlike her mother and the rest of the demons.

When the spaceship created for her escape crashes on an Earth-like planet, Zayashariya traverses along a desolate landscape until she finds the town of Wilzasp. That¿s when the trouble begins. Although she tries desperately to fight her cravings, her evil side takes over and she must kill to survive. When the citizens of Wilzasp begin dying in horrible ways, the townspeople of course go after the dark stranger, Zayashariya. When she finds love with one of the town¿s prominent citizens, she tries even harder to overcome her evil nature. But, can true love be strong enough? Can Zayashariya prove that her evil mother¿s nature does not control her?

Out of Night is a well-written story of the struggle between good and evil. This novel of good and evil has everything, including a heroine Dr. Jekyll struggling with her Ms. Hyde.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Delightfully supernatural and completely thrilling, I finished this book in like less than 2 days. It was so amusing, I could not put it down for anything. I cannot wait for the next book.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This book was great. It was original and exciting from beginning to end. Her characters were so crazy and her descriptions were so vivid that I could see them right before my eyes!
Guest More than 1 year ago
If I didn't have other things to do this book would not have left my hands til the end ! But I made time and finished it in a week. I can't wait to see it in movie format! Mrs. Reid should get an award for this book !