AIRWOMAN Digital Assets
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Zara Quentin Pub. Date: October 25, 2016 Publisher: Zara Quentin Pages: 316
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A father murdered by magic. A daughter’s cosmic quest for clues could make her the next victim… Jade Gariq dreams of a new calling. While she wishes she could join the elite force that protects her home world from interdimensional threats, she’s stuck working for the family business. But everything changes when her father is found dead with traces of magic on him… magic that should only belong to the mythical Dragon-Gods… To uncover the mystery behind her father’s murder, Jade must follow the clues to an uncharted world. Beyond the portal, treacherous jungles, surprising betrayals, and a killer bent on tying up loose ends stand in her way of the truth. It’ll take every ounce of Jade’s cunning to solve her father’s death, but can she avoid his fate? Airwoman is a high-flying YA fantasy novel set in a stunning new Dragonverse. If you like fascinating worlds, memorable characters, and a dash of romance, then you’ll love Zara Quentin’s action-packed adventure. Buy Airwoman today to let your imagination take flight!
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I enjoyed this book, I really love books with dragons in it. I also really thought the plot and some of the characters were pretty interesting. I loved Jade in this book a lot, and she kepted me wanting to read the book, to see what would happen to her and the individuals around her. I liked Axel as well, that is when his in the book, I really hope his in the next book more. And that we learn a lot more about him, and see Jade and his relationship more.
The ending was full of action and adventure, and was a cliffhanger but I thought it was an awesome way to end it. Until whenever the next one comes out, which I will definitely be wanting to read.
I was really glad that I asked to take part in the book tour for this book, and was picked to take part in it.
Zara Quentin is the author of Airwoman, the first book in the Airwoman series. She was raised in Adelaide, Australia, with one younger sister. Zara grew up with a strong sense of adventure, which she inherited from her parents, who took her and her sister on trips to the United States, Europe, and Asia. She also inherited a love of reading from her mother. Throughout her childhood she explored fictional places through books, and in particular, through fantasy novels. She’d turn the black and white text on the page into the colourful worlds of her imagination. After graduating from high school, Zara studied at the University of Adelaide and has lived in France, London, and Auckland, New Zealand. She is always determined to fit in as much travel as possible, spending time in Europe, the United States, southern Africa, Morocco, Peru, the Pacific and south-east Asia. Zara now resides in Melbourne, Australia with her husband and three children. She is currently working on the next instalment in the Airwoman series.
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