Chandrea – The Return of the Avatar Queen by Marlene Wynn

Chandrea – The Return of the Avatar Queen by Marlene Wynn


Chandrea – The Return of the Avatar Queen

By: Marlene Wynn
Genres: Coming of Age, Fantasy
Pages: 468
Series: Averill #1
Publisher: A&A Literary
Published on: September 22, 2014
Chandrea – The Return of the Avatar Queen by Marlene Wynn

Chandrea Averill thinks she’s just like any other normal young woman. But, on the day of her 23rd birthday, her life changes forever.

Surrounded by magical creatures, dangerous sorcery, and insidious political intrigue, Chandrea desperately wants to return to Earth and the only life she’s ever known. But, the longer she stays, the more she realizes that she may be the only one with the power – both magical and political – to save the people of Lyrunia. Will she find the courage to remain and fight for her home world?

 
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I enjoyed this book, it has a strong plot and character drive.  I really enjoyed the story being that I was in college and while I obviously do not have what happened to Chandrea happen to me, I know what it is like not knowing what is going to happen in the next year let alone month.

 

This story has all of your fantasy needs and wants.  Dragons, Fairies, love, hate, Queens, etc.  This is a good book and is appropriate for many different ages so don’t shy away from it, because it is truly worth the read.

 

I enjoyed the world that Marlene was able to create and hope that the future books continue this theme because I really want to know more about the land as well as about Chandrea.    Pick this book up, it is worth the read, and if nothing else if you don’t want to read the next ones, this is a good one off book.

4 stars

About Marlene Wynn

Marlene Wynn is a Utah native – fondly referred to as “Utonian” by a friend. She transplanted herself in 1992 from the majestic Rocky Mountains to the beachy shores of sunny Virginia Beach, Virginia and has been there ever since. Though she has worked in the Benefits field for several years, she finally worked up the courage to chase her dream as an author.

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