Shades of Valhalla - Inner Origins Book One

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Magic. Mayhem. One girl to save the world, or end it…
Enter the hidden world of the fae, the most ancient race on the planet and uncover the inner origins of humanity.
There is an unseen war going on between the Light and the Dark, and seventeen year old Siri Alvarsson holds the fate of the world in her hands. Which side will she choose? Can one girl really save the world alone? More
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About the Series: Inner Origins
Uncover your inner origins…

Enter the hidden world of the fae, the most ancient race on the planet.

There is an unseen war going on between the Light and the Dark, and seventeen year old Siri Alvarsson holds the fate of the world in her hands. Her whole life has been leading up to this moment: training in martial arts and parkour with her mom, learning the legends of old and traveling from town to town. Now, she’s in a new school, she’s met a gorgeous guy she’d like to trust, and she’s having strange visions.

The pressure is on to choose the dark or the light. Both sides need her if they want to win. The futures of humanity, the fae, and the entire planet all depend on Siri. Which side will she choose? Can one girl really save the world alone?

Ellis Logan’s new YA Fantasy series, Inner Origins, is action-packed with magic and romance. The story combines fairies, Celtic/Norse mythology, and hollow earth theory to create an adventure you will never forget.

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Review by: A. J. Chaudhury on Aug. 23, 2016 :
A must read book. Usually I don't read books where there is a female main protagonist (just my taste), but the author's great characterization quicky drew me into this book. It starts a bit slow, but that's okay, because the characters become more well rounded. There are many reference to pop culture things (Clash of Clans, Jason Bourne and so on) and I really liked that a lot. The author is a great storyteller and the mythological reference too kept me hooked.
Beware, there is a talking squirrel in this book.


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Review by: M. Pars on June 23, 2016 :
I guess it is fine for a teenager, but not so entertaining for an adult. Too much angst, and mood swings that make no sense. Holes in the story need filling, and the usual spelling/words usage issues.
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Review by: Lislle on May 31, 2016 :
Great book! Fast paced, fun and well-written. Loved the characters -- wish I was fae! My tween is reading it now, too.
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Review by: edennow on May 12, 2016 :
I couldn't put it down, got sucked in from page one. I read a lot of paranormal fantasy books, along with all the old classics.This new author has a fantastic writing style. She gets the mannerisms and lingo of teens down perfectly, and the story moves along a good clip without feeling rushed. The plot and characters were all well-developed. There's action, danger love interests, and lots of humor. I wanted to dive into the book and live in that world. The fae world sounds amazing. Can't wait to read the next book in the series.
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