The Roses of Airon

Rated 3.00/5 based on 3 reviews
Strangers have come to the Isle of Light and have threatened the Great Balance. The five tribes must come together for the first time if they are to work magic strong enough to save their island and their way of life. This free story is the prequel to The Rose Garden, a series of five novels coming soon from Casia Schreyer. More
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Words: 8,460
Language: English
ISBN: 9781311786463
About Casia Schreyer

My name is Casia Schreyer. I write YA/NA novels and short stories in multiple genres.

I am married and the mother of two. I live in Southeastern Manitoba in Canada.

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Review by: Hayley Potter on March 13, 2017 :
If the author was my friend, I'd advise them to draw inspiration from their own experience to avoid cliches and to make the story relatable. There were at least a couple descriptions that I found interesting, one being where one sense (seeing light) was related to the other (feeling heavy). There was at least a moment or two when the princesses showed their vulnerable side. I think the message of the story was relevant, but it could have been told in a more original way. I think the middle of the story could have had more clarification to the intentions of the princesses decisions as it seemed unconvincing told as it was.
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Review by: MarleneMcpherson on Jan. 15, 2015 :
This story is one that is liken to a fantasy world where all persons have a role to play for the progress of the society. It is simple and easy read, slow paced and engages the reader. There is some amount of suspense that led me thinking that there would be some scarifice made but this did not take place which is good. This was the lovely twist to the story. I think this is a easy read and this could be used to stimulate children to think what would be happening next.
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Review by: WiindRider Taiyang on Jan. 15, 2015 :
This is a gently paced story about coming of age and learning both sacrifice and cooperation in order to not simply survive, but also to flourish. I would have loved to see a more active voice, because the premises and magic in the story were beautiful. The ending felt a little off to me, as I did not understand it. I will not voice a spoiler to explain that, however. It is a good story worth the time of a young reader.
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