Kailey Rooke, timid accountant, dedicated to philanthropic work, finds herself spiraling into a deep depression after she suffers a horrifyingly odd and humiliating assault, to only discover more of these freakish assaults occurring across the globe.
A chance discovery leads Kailey to a meeting with elderly Gunthreon, actual master of persuasion. Gunthreon, who seems to know too much of Kailey’s history for her liking, opens Kailey’s eyes to a coexisting realm she never knew existed: Renhala, while entrusting her with the knowledge of her newfound power as karmelean, serving as a beacon to the Higher Ones. Kailey slowly starts revealing new talents, and Gunthreon is fascinated with what she starts achieving.
She soon discovers that Renhala is in danger, and this danger has been leaking into her own realm. As she uncovers secrets within herself, and attempts to toughen up, she fuses with an unlikely band of fellow travelers (including a dragon, woodsprite, six-hundred-pound greble, her faithful female canine companion, and a “giver”), falls into an unexpected love triangle, deals with her sexy and flirtatious best friend’s “issues,” and finds the courage to master a new deadly weapon.
On her mission to save Renhala, Kailey will find herself running from life-threatening disasters, such as greble Tartarin, who likes to remind Kailey that when he catches her, he plans on eating her brains with ice cream; she’ll run from the deadly meeples: small cute bunnies with talons and an undeniable thirst for imposing self-destruction on others. Kailey will also run into the possibility that a centuries-old Renhalan rumor is true, that advanced technology existing in Kailey’s realm shortens all life spans.
As blood is shed and puzzles near completion, Kailey pulls from deep within herself, conjuring up mystical qualities that enable her to astonish as once predicted at her birth, but despite the newfound strength, Kailey will discover that monsters not only come in ugly packages, but can be easily disguised as those she has come to love and trust.
About the Author, Amy Joy Lutchen:
Grew up in the Chicagoland area and graduated from the University of Illinois, Champaign-Urbana, where she simply became a number, but decided it was a good number.
Loves cooking (mostly candy-cooking), gardening (putting holes in the ground for perennials, DONE!), designing and constructing jewelry (everything from silversmithing to lampworking), and living with her wonderful husband, two children, black Labrador, and frog—and maybe even the chipmunk family that likes to destroy her aforementioned perennials.
Also hopes that you enjoy her writings, and won’t criticize her for her aversion of eating things in multiples of three.
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Amy pens "Renhala" in a complex yet intriguing plot fill with fantasy, mystery and adventure as she transports you to another world. All her characters are well developed, interesting and unique and kept my attention till the end. This is one book that kept me guessing and wanting more. A, amazing read that should be on everyone fantasy lover's TBR list.
I give "Renhala" a 5 star rating.
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I love the concept , the brains in ice cream was interesting and I love the picture on the cover, very eye catchingReplyDelete
Thanks Stacey! I think it's definitely an interesting read *blushes, shyly*. Good luck on the giveaway!Delete
I am definitely interested in reading.ReplyDelete
This sounds like an intriguing read. I enjoy mystical stories and this looks to have a lot of that in it.ReplyDelete
I love the cover art!ReplyDelete
I wouldn't mind reading it. I love supernatural books.ReplyDelete
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I love the cover! It definitely sounds like a good book! :)ReplyDelete
Sounds like a book I would really enjoy and love the cover! I'm an accoutnant also, not so timid though :)ReplyDelete
This sounds like an intriguing book! The bunnies with talons sound somewhat frightening but it sounds like a unique story.ReplyDelete
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