Opaque: Scion Saga Book 1


Product Details

Cayelle Publishing/Surge Teen
Publish Date
5.98 X 9.02 X 0.81 inches | 1.3 pounds

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About the Author

Calix Leigh-Reign is the author of the #1 Amazon Bestselling YA/Sci-Fi series, The Scion Saga. She's a certified paralegal and a member of SFWA and RWA. Her earliest literary inspirations include Alice Walker, Larry Strauss, VC Andrews, and Stephen King. Calix enjoys discovering the minds of those who rebel against social programming, listening to and creating music, a great cup of coffee, exquisite ethnic cuisine, spending time with family & friends, attending movie premieres, traveling, and the arts. She spends her free time in the gym, fantasizing about story plots, and different ways of changing the world.


"Bold character development and strong mythology breathe life into this compelling young adult fantasy." -- Foreword Reviews

"Cālix Leigh-Reign's writing style is what I loved most about this book. I lost count of how many times I stopped reading and sat in awe..." - Carpe Fiction

"I loved this book. From the moment I started reading I was pulled in and held tight." -- OnlineBookClub.org

"A...rousing, supernatural tale combined with a gleefully eccentric teenage romance." -- Kirkus Reviews

"The story is well visualized and readers will be delighted to find that the plot is not predictable." -- SeriousReading.com

"No casual coming-of-age story. Opaque is laden with angst, psychological power, and is a tale of dysfunction in a world where supernatural abilities can thwart mental illness, where a mysterious Afro-Russian girl who holds the power to divert Adam from the apocalypse he's preparing for the future." -- Donovan Literary Services

"The moment I read the first sentence of the book's prologue, I knew I would love this book. I wasn't wrong." - CarpeFiction

"A tense page-turner that does more than present a teen's world. It pulls the reader in to an evolutionary process that is far more than one of transition points, but embraces moral and ethical conundrums.." -- Midwest Book Review