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Aeonica by David Musk

When Nahlia’s family is attacked, she’s forced infiltrate a secret academy and learn the lost art of Ethermancy 

Seventeen-year-old Nahlia Cole is a member of a hunted race, forced to come out of hiding to infiltrate a secret academy in the north. She allies herself with Thane Solidor, a prince from a faraway land.

Thane wields a mysterious ability known as Ethermancy: the skill to enter others’ dreams and to bring that surreal power to the physical realm. This power is the reason their race is hunted, and Nahlia does everything she can to unravel its secrets. Scouring the ancient library for missing books, and proving herself to the old masters for training.

Now the human armies are marching north. War is inevitable, hostages are taken, and traitors exist on both sides. As the intentions of her enemy become clearer, Nahlia is forced to choose between her family and the future of her entire race.

Note: Aeonica contains some graphic violence and harsh language.

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Listed: Apr 30, 2019


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By JohnCalliganWrites, author of Wayfaring Princess

May 1, 2019: I just finished the first chapter, and I thought it was great. The story is engaging right out the gate. I like the main character and the prose is top notch.

If I have any gripe, some of the dialog is a little on the nose for my taste, but somehow that style adds to the charm of the setting, so I wouldn’t knock any points for it. 5/5 will read again.

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