The Era of Darkness Book One The Acquisition

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With no warning at all, Teralia is blessed with unique powers unlike anything she has ever heard of before. But when she and her father are kidnapped, she is forced to put them to use to defend herself and rescue him. She must face many trials on her quest, but she will not be deterred. Yet, it seems only Teralia's foe knows who she truly is. And that identity is exactly why she was targeted. More

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About Elizabeth Lenz

Elizabeth Lenz is a seventeen-year-old author who started recording her stories after her mother made her choose between writing fantasies or essays every school day. Now she has dozens of books she intends to write, the first few of which are part of her The Era of Darkness series. Her first novel, The Acquisition, was completed when she was fifteen, but published on her sixteenth birthday.

In the future, Miss Lenz intends to write additional fantasies, some sci-fi novels, and dozens of stories with heroes in them, because heroes are awesome. There may be some romance intermixed or dispersed in her works, but her main focus is on magical or supernatural things. When she isn’t writing, she is usually doing, or complaining about, her schoolwork; she is currently a college junior and should graduate sometime around her eighteenth birthday. Miss Lenz lives in Texas with her parents and three of her five siblings, as well as her two dogs.


Review by: Jonathan Pouliot Konopka on Aug. 26, 2016 :
A book that goes beyond the common concept of good and evil, things are not as they seem in The Era of Darkness The Acquisition. Not only is it a fantasy story, but it also mixes some elements of adventure, mystery, and thriller, and is partly involved in an alternate reality as well. The imagery of the book is a blend of old and new, and plays with likely expectations the reader gets, creating twists and turns, and surprises, forming intrigue in the subplots.

The protagonist, Teralia, meets several other important characters along her journey, but when she herself must face her finale, does the reader begin to understand dialogue, themes and behaviour portrayed throughout the story.
(reviewed 36 days after purchase)
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