Return to Eslinar by A. C. Wheeler

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"The author sticks to the basic thematic cornerstones of the genre: an unassuming protagonist, a villain bent on pure evil and an epic battle between the two. This is a simple premise, one that Wheeler brings to life with a straightforward, crisp writing style. Such simplicity may be lacking for hardcore fantasy fans."
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At some point in their lives most people find themselves questioning the path they are on. Many of us also find the idea of changing direction and trusting ourselves enough to do it terrifying. Sarah is no different.

A beautiful young woman with a high-pressure job, she finds herself unsatisfied with her current life and takes some time off to try to figure things out-a vacation to roam about and rediscover her identity. She finds herself on an unexpected journey that at times proves to be more difficult and confusing than the one she had been on. Fate and the watchful eyes of new and unusual friendships lead her through many mysteries, challenges, and struggles with the dark sides of others-and of herself. Forced to look inward, she learns she is capable of so much more.

In this novel, a young woman sets out on a journey of self-discovery and finds herself returning to her rightful place in a land she could never have imagined.

 

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Published September 18, 2015 by iUniverse. 200 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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BlueInk Review

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on Nov 30 2015

"The author sticks to the basic thematic cornerstones of the genre: an unassuming protagonist, a villain bent on pure evil and an epic battle between the two. This is a simple premise, one that Wheeler brings to life with a straightforward, crisp writing style. Such simplicity may be lacking for hardcore fantasy fans."

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