Blood and Stars

By Jaime Lee Mann

Blood and Stars
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Thirteen-year-old Ariana Caine has woken in Coraira, and is torn between finding her brother Asher and learning how to rule the magic realm while Calla is under a protection spell. Beneath the sea, Starla the mer-queen is bringing her apprentice, Teagan, to the Chamber of Memories ... Read more


Overview

Thirteen-year-old Ariana Caine has woken in Coraira, and is torn between finding her brother Asher and learning how to rule the magic realm while Calla is under a protection spell. Beneath the sea, Starla the mer-queen is bringing her apprentice, Teagan, to the Chamber of Memories to learn more about her parents. But when Starla is beckoned by one of the Ancients, Teagan is approached by a stranger, who promises to lead her to her mother and father. Meanwhile, the sea witch and her sisters are poised and ready to usurp the queen's reign, and will stop at nothing to gain her powers. On top of it all, Elora, the infamous witch who has caused so much heartache, is now asking for trust one last time. Will Ariana choose Coraira over her brother?Will the sea witch have her wish? What are Elora's true intentions?

Jaime Lee Mann

When Jaime Lee Mann turned nine, she decided she would be an author when she grew up. Many years later, Jaime's children begged her to tell them stories at bedtime. The girls loved one of her magical stories so much that Jaime decided to write it down, and it become Elora of Stone, the first novel in the Legend of Rhyme series. Jaime lives in Prince Edward Island with her husband and daughters. She writes every day and will do so as long as people love to read her words.

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"Blood and Stars will not disappoint readers with a penchant for action-packed, plot-driven novels... The short chapters in this novel allow the storyline to build at an accessible pace both for parents who wish to read aloud and for independent readers at the middle-grade level... Subtlety makes way for deep conversation between parent and child." - Atlantic Books Today "Blood and Stars should appeal to young lovers of fantasy stories, or get them interested in the genre. Recommended."- CM: Canadian Review of Materials

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