Flying Away: Book One of the Flykeeper Chronicles

Flying Away: Book One of the Flykeeper Chronicles

by Caroline Aim e Gill

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Overview

When Iolani Bearse was five years old, she lost her father to war. When she was nine, her mother died in a freak car accident. When Lani was fourteen, eerie green lights invaded, tearing her from the only home she had left.

Living as a runaway, dragging a horse and her cousin Eleanor across the countryside, Lani must learn to survive. Now Lani is the only person between the horrible, greedy lights and the last bit of family she has left. Her own heart is barely beating, but powerful memories pull her to Malcolm St. John. She fights what she feels, buried deep within her shattered soul.

Malcolm St. John always held his feelings in, especially about Iolani. So when she shows up on his doorstep, desperate and determined, Mal must decide if the wild tales she spins are the fragments of insanity or the last hope for a dying nation. This Lani is different from the child he knew. Something is coming for her, for him, and will not be stopped

If the cousins and Malcolm can't escape the grasping hunters who hound them, the future of a broken America will be destroyed. Everything Lani has ever loved will burn with them. Somehow, she must find a path through friendship and loyalty to save them all.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780989046633
Publisher: St Helena Press
Publication date: 01/12/2016
Pages: 204
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.43(d)

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Flying Away: Book One of the Flykeeper Chronicles 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
SJT22 More than 1 year ago
This was a bizarre almost horror, almost dystopian fantasy, almost sci-fi that kept me fascinated to the end. I couldn't give it 5 stars because there were a lot of typos, etc., and I did find that the story didn't go the direction I expected it to, which in a way didn't quite satisfy me. Still, I liked it. I liked it enough I'll probably read the others. Caroline is an amazing author, and despite my personal reservations (which are minimal), I consider the book well worth the cost and the read.