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A looming evil. A hidden saviour. A young protector will rise…

Ronah is the first book in the Lissae series of epic YA fantasy adventures. If you like fierce heroines, pulse-pounding action, and unique magical worlds, then you’ll love R. Lennard’s suspenseful page-turner. More

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About R. Lennard

Rebecca Lennard is the author of the young adult fantasy book series Lissae.

Rebecca enjoys learning about ancient civilisations, cosplaying and endless cups of tea. She is an avid fantasy and sci-fi reader, and in her spare time, she works as a librarian.

Residing on the beautiful Sunshine Coast in Queensland, Australia, Rebecca enjoys the natural beauty of both the beach and the bush, finding hidden writing spots as a makeshift office.

Having completed a Bachelor's in Librarianship and Corporate Information Studies, Rebecca found that she was longing to go back to writing fiction, and finally completed her first novel at the end of her degree.

In 2018, Rebecca's first short story will be published in the 3rd Australian Pen anthology, The Evil Inside Us.

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Stormswift reviewed on Jan. 2, 2020

Awesome fantasy adventure tale. You'll want to read the book in one sitting.

On the island of Ronah, Shari Dawn is bullied by other children and their parents as everyone believes that she is Blank i.e. born without Innarn - a magical control of the elements. No one except Shari and her mentor, Guardian Jon Baun, know that she is in fact the powerful saviour their world awaits.

Some of my favourite scenes: toddler Shari wins a battle against a minotaur (loved his dazed escape from the tiny warrior); her uniquely non-humanoid first mentors who train her for years before Baun even found out her identity.

A tentacled entity that has terrorised the realms for centuries (by busily torturing and/or eating every being indiscriminately) is Shari's greatest foe - thus far. Sensitive readers: there are a few graphically gory scenes involving this entity - I'm thinking of the brain scene as i write this.

In all the fantasy tales I've read, this is the first with such an amazing outcome after the main battle.
(reviewed 7 days after purchase)

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