Praise for Eloia Born
"Loved it! A well-written narrative of disability, dystopia, and exploration, featuring a main character with partial sight...consider it a spiritual successor to Lois Lowry's The Giver and M. Night Shyamalan's The Village."-Nicole Dieker, Discover Reedsy
Extraordinary power brings great uncertainty...
After finding love on her long trek across the Eloian wilderness, Leanora is ready to settle down with Tarrok and begin their new life together. But the feuding factions on Hirana have other ideas.
Leanora is called upon once more to alter destiny-this time, the destiny of her mother's war-torn planet. While preparing for war, she discovers that her musical gifts give her unprecedented power that could defeat the Yarats. In order to succeed, she must accept the help of a new ally named Gulnaz, whose destructive behavior could jeopardize Leanora's mission.
Saving Hirana will require exceptional resilience and trust:
trust in Tarrok to hold her family together, trust in Gulnaz to fight with her against the Yarats, and trust in herself to change the fates of the planets.
...and the constant threat of Eloia's enemies.
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