By J. Evans
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Published: June 14, 2011
Words: 83,064 (approximate)
Riverlilly is the story of a boy and girl lost at sea in a world where nothing makes sense. Imagine Prince Caspian meets the Phantom Tollbooth, then mix in some Life of Pi. Riverlilly is nothing like that. Imagine it better!
Riverlilly is the story of a boy and girl lost at sea in a world where nothing makes sense.
Runaways Jai and Ceder have never been outside before the night they meet by chance upon a mountainside and set sail in a rowboat full of holes.
All they know of the world comes from the stories their master sang: that the sea itself bites and stings, that great beasts await weary travelers in the deep, that no one who sails east returns.
Jai and Ceder do not wish to return, but they soon learn that the farther away they try to run, the closer they are drawn full-circle back to the beginning.
, fairy tale
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