Chrystacia and the World Beneath Us

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What if mythical beasts and magic were a true part of our history and still existed beneath our very feet? For Chrystacia, a night of betrayal awakens something deep inside her that she never could have imagined existed. Raw, hot magic pulses through her veins. Hurtled into a new world, can she unlock the mysteries of her powers or will dark forces destroy her and those she holds dear? More

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Words: 90,400
Language: English
ISBN: 9781370168026
About Amanda Chu

Amanda Chu lives in New York with her three dogs that she pampers and treats like family. She graduated from Molloy College with a bachelors of science in nursing, but decided to first pursue writing. She has had an interest in fantasy since she was young and often read through her anthology of tales from the Grimm brothers during her free time.
She first started writing the Chrystacia series when she was 14 during her lunchtime at school. Years later, she decided to rewrite it and work on publishing it.
In her downtime she enjoys swimming, crocheting, listening to some of her favorite tunes and watching dramas.

Reviews

Review by: natsu dragon X on Jan. 01, 2017 :
I like this kind of stories so interesting and exciting and I love the Samantha character more than the hero, because she was there to help her as a good friend and she is so pretty. the chapters are well prepared also this kind of story which is kind of dream and reality is so exciting to read. I really like drama in the stories because it makes you more attracted to the story emotionally. I like how the writer chose a nice name which makes me like the story more and how it started simple to complicated. the description in the story is so deep and makes you feel like to read more. this kind of story is between new and old which is very unique. after all I really enjoyed reading the this story and I wish the best for the writer.
(reviewed 54 days after purchase)

Review by: Nikki Smith on Nov. 15, 2016 :
Like the title says you know the setting will take place in another world. However, the book starts off in the normal world. The beginning of the book starts off a little slow. The characters are all nicely developed. I really started to get into the book once she landed in the fantasy world. I couldn't put the book down. It kind of had a bit of a harry potter feel, however it is completely unique and refreshing with budding romances. The plot kept developing and keeps you wondering what will happen next. The ending doesn't have your typical cliffhanger that makes you die waiting to read the next book, but I definitely look forward to reading the 2nd book.
(reviewed 8 days after purchase)

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