Destiny's Path

Rated 4.00/5 based on 2 reviews
Seventeen year old Talitha has just learned she is derived from a race that came from another galaxy. This race is graced with super-human abilities which only emerge as the person reaches maturity which Talitha is now doing. She also learns that her father, whom she has never met, is actually alive and held captive somewhere. More
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About Robyn Steele

Writing became my passion at a very early age, when everyone in my family looked forward to my homemade greeting cards, complete with my own verse and artwork. Then when I went to school, I would write plays for my classmates to act out. Still creating poetry constantly. I came by it naturally. My mom would often recite poetry she had memorized, that my grandpa had written. Then on into high school, where I took any creative writing class that was offered, writing my first novella about an apocolyptic world. I continued taking creative writing courses in college but put off writing for raising a family. Since my two beautiful daughters Tiffany and Holli are now grown with families of their own, I have taken to writing again. I like to say that writing is my passion and family is my heart and soul. I cannot introduce myself without including my children and grandchildren, who make my life amazing. I have three daughters, two sons and twenty grandchildren. I elaborate on that more on my blog page titled "Family is" found on my website. I rarely have a picture of myself without at least one of them in it. I live in a small rural town in picturesque Utah with my husband Tom and our small yorkie Koda

Reviews

Review by: Amaranth louise on March 25, 2015 :
This was an okay book. It felt childish with several spelling errors and grammatical mistakes. Some of the story line did not add up. For example, is the grandmother an alien or not? I know that she is from a special group of humans, but then she is still human and must have the same age limit... I tried getting through half of the book but the inconsistencies kept grabbing more and more of my attention. The story line also felt forced, trying to move the story along too fast.
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Review by: sharon killick on March 31, 2014 :
astounding! captivated my attention entirely! eagerly awaiting next one
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