Demesne: Aithera

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Aithera Kilbray - Assassinated at birth. With the essence of two others, She lives. At 20 she strikes out on her own. Known as Tera. She meets others willing to teach her how to expand her gifts, but even they are amazed at the magnitude of her talents. Those lessons are put to the test as the dark ones find her once more, chasing her towards her destiny. The one that needs her strength. More

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Words: 67,370
Language: English
ISBN: 9781465922519
About S.F. Swem

Steven and Detra are a team, and were destined to meet. Both were born in South Dakota. Both went into the Air Force. Steve was in Germany, Detra was assigned to go to the same base. Steve went to California, Detra’s assignment was changed to California, where they met, and have been together ever since. They worked together, played together, and now write together. They reside in the Pacific Northwest, in the Puget Sound area. Quite a change from all the desert area’s they have been in.

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Review by: Sandra Bullock on Sep. 07, 2012 :
I really enjoyed the first book in the series and will definitely read the next one. The first person POV took a little getting used to but didn't effect my overall enjoyment of the book.
(reviewed long after purchase)

Review by: leanna h on Aug. 03, 2012 :
Fun and full of potential!! The first book in the series really sets up the tone of the novels. It was great, but not without flaws. The first issue I held with the novel was verb tense. When a story is usually told, it is told from the narrative perspective which is in past tense. The fact that the book is written in present tense was something that was a struggle for me to get past. Another issue with the novel was that it didn't go in depth emotionally with the character. A female character is usually an emotional rollercoaster. This young girl was thrown in some emotional distressing situation and I barely felt that. She shed tears, but nothing impacted me emotionally the way novels with a female protagonist usually do. I was like was watching everything from a distance and I felt no sympathy or joy throughout the novel, even when some characters were affected negatively. While I may have some negative things about this novel, I would not dismiss it. It was fun ride, but I wish it had more an emotional emphasis.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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