Review: Two Moons Of Sera – Pavarti K. Tyler
Serafay is a teen unlike any other. She’s inquisitive and quite bright, able to learn at a rate that far surpasses that of her mother’s race. Yet there’s something that sets her apart from those whom she’s always interacted with.
You see, she’s a partial Sulawet, a water-dwelling race that has limited interaction with the world above. The other half of her genetics belongs to the Erlanders, a land-dwelling people who seek to exploit the very secrets of the Sulawet world.
Survival has been honed into Serafay’s instincts ever since she was a child. The fact that she is different has made her outcast and the Sulawet’s want nothing to do with her. Deep inside, she yearns to be a part of her mother’s world. To meet others that can help her understand who, and what, she really is. Yet she knows that will never be and her mother refuses to shed light on how she really came to be. She only knows that she was a product of genetic experiments that were conducted upon her mother during the time of her captivity.
As she is drying the pages of a book that her mother has brought to her one day, Serafay meets a strange man who has now inhabited their tiny island. His very presence peaks her interest and she seeks to discover the reason for his being there. She also wants him to return the pages that he stole from her the first day they come to meet.
While Torkek’s origins are truly a mystery to her, Serafay can’t deny that she is now drawn to the man himself. As the Erlanders wars against her mother’s race draw closer, she understands that they must do their best to stay alive. To stay away from the dangers that have now surfaced. One wrong move and they may lose the very world they’ve come to know. Yet one thing is quite certain – neither can deny the attraction that has slowly, but surely, started to grow between them.
A truly original, and quite delightful, story. I’m looking forward to the second part of this book. Serafay’s story is quite endearing and Pavarti tells a very intriguing tale. I truly recommend reading it.
Synopsis: In a world where water and earth teem with life, Serafay is an anomaly. The result of genetic experiments on her mother’s water-borne line, Serafay will have to face the very people responsible to discover who she really is. But is she the only one?
About The Author:
Pavarti K. Tyler is a mother of two, a devoted wife, an artist, a dreamer, and a number cruncher. She is on a quest of love to find her own way to friendship, family, and God.
She is currently working on her first novel and planting seeds in her garden. She says that there’s nothing like a little dirt under your nails to keep things in perspective.
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Publishing Company: http://www.fightingmonkeypress.com