The Swan Harp: Wings of Valenia Book One

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Price
$22.99  $21.38
Publisher
Type Eighteen Books
Publish Date
Pages
470
Dimensions
5.25 X 8.0 X 1.05 inches | 1.17 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9798987830963
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About the Author
Elizabeth Creith has been a storyteller and visual artist for as long as she can remember. She has made her living as a printmaker and potter, and has written four humor columns. She reads fantasy, folklore, history, paleontology, archaeology, science, poetry and almost anything she can get her hands on about art. She also practices bookmaking (with pages, not ponies), paper engineering, painting and printmaking. Elizabeth lives in a hundred-year-old farmhouse surrounded by roses and forest with her husband, cat, koi and a lot of wildlife.
Reviews

"A spellbinding fantasy romance...

The human and swanfolk cultures united in harmony through the marriage of King Tir and Queen Tianis created an intriguing foundation for worldbuilding within the story's introduction. I loved diving into the swanfolk's culture and seeing how the transformative magic intertwined with Kiar's story, creating tension and suspense... Princess Kiar bears the weight of the kingdom on her young shoulders. With many lessons to learn, Kiar has to prove that she has the strength to rule and make difficult decisions, especially when the most ominous threat comes from the least expected place. I recommend The Swan Harp to readers who enjoy slow burn fantasy romance, shapeshifting magic, medieval fantasy settings, and subtle political intrigue." -Reedsy Discovery


"When her sisters Adana and Orla both gain the ability to transform into swans like their mother, Kiar feels left out. As Princess of Valenia, she will inherit the kingdom from her father King Tir-but becoming queen is nothing compared to the ability to fly... Every decision the young queen in waiting makes must balance the needs of all her subjects, human and swanfolk alike...

Fantasy skirting fairytale, Elizabeth Creith's young adult novel THE SWAN HARP (Wings of Valenia Book One) uses an unusual premise and some original and tender world-building to draw readers in." -IndieReader