Ava of the Gaia

Rated 4.33/5 based on 3 reviews
Ava Fae is delighted at the appearance of an alluring new boy at her high school, until she sees the dagger tattoo on the inside of his arm. She knows that tattoo, and it can mean only one thing—either she or the new boy will be dead by the end of the school year. More

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About G. E. Nosek

When I was a child, after the rain fell, I’d yank on the nearest pair of shoes and scoot out the door. My mission? Rescuing worms washed from their muddy havens onto sidewalks to suffer their fate at the feet of indifferent humans. I’d pick them up and carefully return them to safety. My job as worm rescuer segued naturally into a career in public interest environmental law. I studied environmental law and policy at Rice University and Harvard Law School. I love dolphins, dogs, and diners but hate alliteration. And I’ve never met a dance party I didn’t want to join.


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Review by: azarbella on June 25, 2014 :
I found myself immediately immersed in this novel. Ava and Lucas are two strong yet very compatible characters who move the story along beautifully. The twist of real life with fantasy gives the novel a wonderful balance as well. I highly recommend this book to everyone. It was such a thrill to read. Well done!
(reviewed 3 years after purchase)

Review by: halliejay on March 08, 2014 :
I couldn't put this book down. Lovable characters, a creative plot, and an inspiring environmental justice message. A quick, enjoyable, and thought-provoking read!
(reviewed 2 years after purchase)

Review by: Jay Michael on Aug. 20, 2011 : (no rating)
I found this book to be a refreshing addition to the genre of young adult fantasy. Ava and Lucas are both plausible, likeable characters and the clash between their playful banter and more serious, subtle intentions makes for a fascinating read. Above all, it was fun to read!
(reviewed the day of purchase)

Review by: Therese Robbins on Aug. 16, 2011 :
The world of Ava Fae is a mixture of real life and fantasy that has a new take on human history and environmental degradation. The Orders are ingenious and a lot more could be built around them in the upcoming sequels. The book goes very fast so some character development is lacking, and a little more detail of their lives would be welcome, but for a quick read, it is quite good. Thank you Grace!!
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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