Airwoman: Book 1

Airwoman: Book 1

by Zara Quentin

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Overview

Airwoman: Book 1 by Zara Quentin

Jade Gariq is the daughter of a respected Taraqan leader, and the heiress to Gariq Industries-a large, cross-Portal trading company. Her future appears to be set.


Except for one thing: It's a life that she doesn't want.


Jade has always dreamed of joining the Traveller Force-the elite Taraqans who traverse the Betwixt, filled with terrifying beasts, and who protect and patrol the Dragonverse. Despite having been Travellers themselves once, Jade's parents remain vehemently against risking their only daughter's life. When Jade's father dies suddenly, she inherits Gariq Industries, its assets, trade deals and social responsibilities.


It seems as though her fate has once again been decided.


Meanwhile, Axel-her close friend and secret crush-disappears without a trace. Then Jade discovers the circumstances surrounding her father's death are not what they seem-her uncle Zorman suspects foul play. To find the truth and avenge her father's death, Jade travels to an uncharted world, where she will learn more about her family, herself, loyalty, and betrayal than she ever imagined.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780995404809
Publisher: Zara Quentin
Publication date: 10/15/2016
Series: Airwoman Series , #1
Pages: 316
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.71(d)

About the Author

Zara Quentin is the author of Airwoman, the first book in the Airwoman series. She was raised in Adelaide, Australia, with one younger sister. Zara grew up with a strong sense of adventure, which she inherited from her parents, who took her and her sister on trips to the United States, Europe, and Asia.

She also inherited a love of reading from her mother. Throughout her childhood she explored fictional places through books, and in particular, through fantasy novels. She'd turn the black and white text on the page into the colourful worlds of her imagination.

After graduating from high school, Zara studied at the University of Adelaide and has lived in France, London, and Auckland, New Zealand. She is always determined to fit in as much travel as possible, spending time in Europe, the United States, southern Africa, Morocco, Peru, the Pacific and south-east Asia.

Zara now resides in Melbourne, Australia with her husband and three children. She is currently working on the next instalment in the Airwoman series.

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Airwoman: Book 1 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
JeyranMain More than 1 year ago
Airwoman is the first young adult fantasy novel of its series and focuses on a girl named Jade. She loses her father in a brutal way and that is when she joins the Traveller Force in order to visit the dragonverse world. Once she’s there, her mission becomes finding the truth about her father’s killer and that is when her destiny is determined.Jade is head strong and very determined. Jades relationship with her uncle is very interesting and the story contains some epic style action scenes that will intrigue you to the point of not wanting to put the book down. The style of writing and wording of the story was very suitable for the young adult genre. I believe the author has done her research very well as there was no loopholes or questionable segments within the story line. The pace was steady and since the protagonist was smart and resilient, it made the tale to be even more absorbing. Jade is headstrong and very determined. Jade’s relationship with her uncle is very interesting and the story contains some epic style action scenes that will intrigue you to the point of not wanting to put the book down. The style of writing and wording of the story was very suitable for the young adult genre. I believe the author has done her research very well as there was no loopholes or questionable segments within the story line. The pace was steady and since the protagonist was smart and resilient, it made the tale to be even more absorbing. The world setting was accomplished with care but did not possess a picturesque descriptive nature and left the reader with using its own imagination. This is not to say anything negative about the world, but to encourage the reader’s ability to improvise instead. I found this to be an enjoyable aspect of the book and found the novel approach for the plot to be admirable. I recommend this book to young adult readers who enjoy fantasy and strong female lead characters.