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A Path Toward Home (The Annals of Avonea Book 1) (English Edition) par [Lorenz, Heather]
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Longueur : 216 pages Composition améliorée: Activé Page Flip: Activé
Langue : Anglais

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In the realms of a world a galaxy away, lies the country of Avonea. Seventeen-year old Constance, who lives alone with uncle and aunt in Canada, remembers the bedtime stories her mother told about a mysterious far away land and a baby prince. She had always believed they were only fairy tales...until the day she awoke in unfamiliar surroundings. Where was she, why was she there, and foremost on her mind, how would she ever get home?

"A very developed storyline full of action, twists and turns." --Goodreads Reviewer

"It was full of adventure and romance, but still a wholesome read for the younger set" --Goodreads Reviewer

"This is a book that I would recommend for all ages" --Goodreads Reviewer

Biographie de l'auteur

Heather Lorenz is the author of A Path Toward Home, the first book in The Annals of Avonea series. She is the third of three daughters, and is currently a high school student living in rural Ohio with her parents and her favorite cat, Chuzzy. Heather loves reading, traveling and making new friends. Connect with Heather:

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  • Format : Format Kindle
  • Taille du fichier : 514 KB
  • Nombre de pages de l'édition imprimée : 216 pages
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  • Editeur : Rosway Press; Édition : 2 (9 août 2014)
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  • Langue : Anglais
  • ASIN: B00GW9EN92
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HASH(0x934ec030) étoiles sur 5 Great book by a talented young writer 3 décembre 2013
Par Anne - Publié sur
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
This book follows a young girl named Constance who suddenly one day finds herself in a fantasy world very different from the somewhat dull one she had previously occupied. I don't want to spoil the plot too much, but the plot of this book is very exciting, with twists and turns that keep you reading. The ending was unexpected and satisfying. I really enjoyed it and I would recommend it to anyone!
6 internautes sur 7 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
HASH(0x934ec27c) étoiles sur 5 A Path Toward Home 5 décembre 2013
Par Momto4BookLover - Publié sur
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I am constantly on the lookout for good books that my twelve year old will enjoy. I always read them first just to be on the safe side.

Usually I barely skim them as I find the stories more for young children, and not that interesting.
Not the case this time! Before I realized it, I was totally immersed in the story! I found myself drawn to Constance and her adventures in Avonea.

My daughter started reading it this morning and she hasn't put the kindle down I am guessing she gives it two thumbs up as well.
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HASH(0x934ec240) étoiles sur 5 3.5 A Decent Series Opener 7 novembre 2014
Par Julie - Publié sur
Format: Format Kindle
*I received a free copy in exchange for my honest opinion*
Summary: Constance finds herself swept into Avonea where she meets Prince Drinian and goes on a journey leading home.

Random Story Comments:
- Dialogue is reasonably believable, but at times, there's too much of an emphasis on pleasantries.
- What few descriptions there are herein are nicely done, but I feel there aren't enough of them to really suck the reader into the world.
- Classifying it as fantasy sort of tells us we need to suspend some disbelief, but there are some giant coincidences. (ie. After appearing in Avonea, Constance just happens to stumble across the handsome, hunted prince.)
- Most of the characters are flat, but that doesn't necessarily detract from the story, as it's more about the journey. It reminds me of a medieval video game.
- Constance as a character is pretty well drawn out.
- The plot is pretty straightforward: travel to the place where they can return Constance home.
- Nowhere was there a true sense of danger.
- The backstory with Constance's mother seemed the deepest, most developed part. Very interesting backstory.
- 100% kid-safe book.
- The Christian themes are included rather naturally.
- There is a sense of closure, but the opening for a second book is quite obvious.

Random Other Comments:
- I'm seeing an awful lot of comments to the effect of "it's a good first effort for a young author." What's age got to do with it? Either the work stands on its own or it doesn't. Why do we feel the need to qualify statements? (P.S. I'm in this boat too. The feel the need to qualify one's statements boat.)
- I'm not sure how the kindle version looks, but the version I got (pdf) had some very awkward spaces between every paragraph. Probably not something that will bother a lot of people, but I did ask some online friends about the phenomenon and general consensus came up unfavorable for that style of formatting.
- I do feel it's a decent effort, but I also feel like it needed a hard-edged editor.

Conclusion: This functions as an introduction to the world of Avonea and a heroine as innocent as a baby deer.
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HASH(0x934ec81c) étoiles sur 5 Great Fantasy Must Read!!! 1 septembre 2014
Par Sandra K. Stiles - Publié sur
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To say I loved this book is an understatement. I am impressed with the ability this young writer has to create two worlds that are so realistic. Her ability to pull the reader into the life of Constance, who has faced such hardship is truly an art. From the minute I began to read about the hardships Constance had to face and her reaction to them I knew I was hooked. This is not one of those books where you are lead to believe that the main character has bad things happen and then breaks into song singing "the sun will come out tomorrow." I could feel her pain and anguish with each new trial thrown her way. I loved the way Constance and Prince Drinian butted heads from the very beginning. I was rooting for them all the way through, hoping there would be a relationship. I felt so bad for Woodphere knowing how he had felt for Constance's mother.

When Constance tries to make friends with a young girl who in in love with the Prince and finds a jealous girl instead she is heartbroken. She feels she has to do something to make things right and learns that sometimes things are out of your hands. I think the thing I enjoyed the most was the way God was woven into the plot. This is not an in your face, preach at you type of book. You are subtly shown their faith. It comes through in the way Prince Drinian tries to help his people and even his enemies. I loved the story of how they received the first Bible on their planet. That was something else that was different from most time travel books. The character is not transported back in time so much, but to another planet. I agree with the blurb that at times I felt like the story had a Chronicles of Narnia feel. To me this young lady has great talent and definitely understood the writing style of C.S. Lewis. However, I honestly loved this one more and that is saying a lot since I am such a fan of the Chronicles of Narnia. This is only the first book so I am hoping she writes quickly, since this one just came out August 2. I will be waiting enthusiastically for the second book. I need to know if Constance and Prince Drinian will meet again.
I received a copy to help facilitate my review. The opinions expressed here are my own.
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HASH(0x934ec5d0) étoiles sur 5 An unusual journey... 31 décembre 2014
Par DD Gott - Publié sur
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Constance remembered her mother and all the stories that she had told her. She had been almost six when she lost her mother and now here she was still at her uncles home eleven years later. She needed to be alone when she came upon the old swing. What was that her uncle had told her, if you swing high up into the trees you could visit a king or that's what her mom had told him.

What did I like? I think that what I liked the most was the main characters, Constance, Drinian and Woodphere. They are smart, handsome/beautiful, stubborn, funny, loving and full of life. Watching the interaction between Constance and Drinian was so funny. Their bickering was endearing and so real.

What will you like? This is a very developed storyline full of action, twists and turns. Every time they did something they got into some kind of trouble. Their adventure together was exciting and left you with a lesson learned. I especially liked the moral lessons that were included with small references to their faith. Very vivid descriptions keep you fully planted in their surroundings and actions. I even felt yucky after they rode through the swamp.

The magic of the kingdom was refreshing and the interaction of Drinian and the people of his kingdom was awesome. Having a king that was caring and loving would have been great. The other thing I really loved about this book was the love and respect between Drinian and Woodphere. It's something the youth of today are losing and its a shame.

This is a book that I would recommend for all ages and one that I will be looking forward to the next book. What can I say, Constance and Drinian have stolen my heart.
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