Journey to Fjunur

Rated 5.00/5 based on 2 reviews
When Sara heard the words 'who killed the Normans', she thought of a trick of her imagination, but then she met Algowagh speaking about Parallel Dimensions, Betwixt Doors, Big Empty and the Spatial-Temporal Abyss erasing the History of the Worlds. Nothing of what he said was clear to her, except that she was a key element in the mission to rescue the System—the whole of all existing worlds. More
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Words: 94,730
Language: English
ISBN: 9781311598394
About Fulvia Bonaiuti

Fulvia Bonaiuti is as happy as she had never been in her whole life. After struggling to be recognised as a tropical agronomist, fighting to fit in a tight UN job description and an even tighter one at the EU, she had a break from working and became a mother of two. Moving to Africa made her realise that she got it all wrong, and she finally decided to listen to the—luckily—tenacious little voice inside and unashamedly started to called herself a writer. She embarked on the titanic translation of what she used to call her few-pages story and just before moving back to Europe, she completed it.
She is currently eager to write the follow-up, as well as the entire saga. She just hopes it won’t take as long as for the first book.
Every morning she swears she will be a better blogger, a more talented instagramer, or simply a more active social media user. Though, deep inside herself, she would only be let alone with her faithful, olive green Remington typewriter . . .

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Review by: Fedocx on Jan. 18, 2015 :
When I finished reading I felt sad that the story was over... and that's always a good sign!
The first half sets the scene with some explanations about a whole bunch of parallel dimensions and fancy creatures... while the second half is fast paced and emotional!
Great debut Fulvia!
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Review by: Andreas on Jan. 05, 2015 :
I love to read fantasy novels and that fits right into this genre. If you like the Narnia Trilogy, Hobbit etc. you should read this book as well. It is very easy to read and I can only recommend to your older children (from age 12).
The story starts very slow but later I couldn’t put the book away until I had finished with it. The end is very sad and has many open questions and I hope that I shall get these answers with next the book. I can’t wait for the next release.
Thumbs up Fulvia, well done and keep writing
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