What happens when an evolved species of healing and humanity is thrust into a world of death and decay?
In book two of the Rayne Trilogy, Rayne discovers what she knew about the world and the Ancients is a lie.
The survivors of this world don’t trust her and are convinced her kind are dangerous killers.
Desperate to return to the only world she believed to exist, the harmonious nature of her species works against her. Even in a world where the weak perish, and the strong live to fight another day, using the gifts of the Luminescence to destroy is never an option.
With all her newfound abilities, she finds herself powerless to save herself and her friend. The master eagle is a prisoner of their drugs, and she quickly realizes her ability to heal is useless to awaken him.
What is she to do when the very place holding her captive is also the thing saving her from the threat beyond its protection? To use her abilities to rescue herself and the master eagle is to risk destroying this earthly discovery.
Trapped in a dead world, all she can do is trust her instincts to guide her. But this isn’t her world. When faced with the idea that the innate ways of her species might just be another lie, she must either adapt or remain prisoner in a dark world.
About the Author
I first realized I loved creative writing in 3rd grade, when I won a scholastic award for an illustrated story called, "Little Girl Lost." I wrote poetry during my guitar-playing college days, all of which I keep buried in boxes of memories. I'm currently working on the final book of my young adult sci-fi/fantasy, set in the deep future.
My favorite books to read tend to be set in England and Paris, in the days of horse-drawn carriages and noble courts. And I absolutely love fantasy and young adult fantasy set in worlds void of technology and unlike our own, with swords and magic and mystical creatures.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
with this the 2nd book in the book line you can really feel the adrenaline flow, very well written , the flow in this one really grips you into the story