A Matter of Faith

Rated 4.00/5 based on 3 reviews
Yévhíra always tells Karah that she worries too much and that she should have faith.
But faith doesn't always mean not to worry. Sometimes you need to listen to your worries and act accordingly. Will Karah be able to tell the difference?
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Price: Free! USD
Words: 3,350
Language: English
ISBN: 9781476464428
About Sophia DeLuna

I live on the outskirts of Nuremberg, and I love going for walks in the forest, which starts just across the road.
My greatest passions are the English language, writing, reading and photography.
I also love singing, digital painting and creating digital art.
And I'm currently learning Hungarian.

Some of my photos and digital paintings can be viewed here:
http://www.redbubble.com/people/sophiadeluna

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Reviews

Review by: Dar Mil on Feb. 28, 2015 :
Sorry it has taken me so long to review this. I picked this up so long ago that I can't even remember when or why. But since I was feeling my addiction to Sophia De Luna's writing, I thought now was the time.

Okay, this was a short story. Not my favorite kind. It was long enough to care about the characters and for a storyline to develop. But, as is my customary response: I wanted more. This could make a marvelous epic fantasy with LBGTQ flavors. Tell me more about the world, the kingdom, the characters and their families. Why doesn't the secondary character have faith in herself or life itself? How were the talents of healing discovered and are their other talents?

What happens next?

I loved it so far. I want more!
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Review by: maddog0143 on Oct. 10, 2012 :
I LOVED this story! Great plot, well-rounded characters, intrigue and adventure, all wrapped up in about 3350 words!

I especially liked that her faith in herself was rewarded in recognition of her talents and her faith and knowledge of her partner gave her faith in her own intuition.

WELL DONE, Sophia! Very well done!
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Review by: Michelle Louis on Oct. 01, 2012 :
This story took me away to a foreign place. I got a little concerned for the well being of two of the characters. I like when a story gets me concerned about the characters.
I enjoyed reading this.
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