Synopsis: The enchanted land of Coraira has died, preventing entry for twins Asher and Ariana Caine. They are now trapped alone in the realm of ice and snow, unable to use their magical powers to escape. 

Meanwhile, the wise Ancients—the twins’ mentors—have each been stolen by a mysterious cloud. Vengeful Mother Earth has finally decided to fight back against the humans who have been abusing her for centuries. 

Through a series of visions and prophecies, it becomes evident that a dark curse may be responsible for humanity’s actions. Now, the curse must be broken before the rare twin moons reach their highest point in the sky if there is to be any hope that Mother Earth will return the world to humankind. 

Will the Caine twins make it out of the ice realm alive?
Will the heirs of Elora and Larque figure out how to lift the curse?
And what will happen to everyone if Mother Earth wins?

Release Date: September 2019

Format Read: Ebook

Genres: Science Fiction, Poetry, Fantasy, Middle Grade

Pages: 166

Thank you so much to NetGalley and Blue Moon Publishing for ebook to read and review.

Review: This book was interesting, it had so many mythical beings each whom offered something different to the story.

In this story their homeland had died and the magical opals they wore were all pure black, stopping each from going back home. Each set of characters had the same mission to stop Mother Earth and save the world from destruction. As family and friends disappeared the end coming soon with the two moons approaching it’s a battle to figure out what’s happening and find a way to solve it. 

I loved the poetry parts of this book, they were beautifully written and gave a good outlook for what was happening in that part of the story. It is certainly a story that children would greatly enjoy with all the magic, the beings and the missions to unite and save each other. 


Where to buy: Amazon, Book Depository

About Author: When Jaime Lee Mann was nine years old, she decided that she would be an author when she grew up.

Many years later, Jaime Lee’s children would beg her to tell them stories at bedtime. Sometimes her stories were silly and sometimes they were magical.

The girls loved one of her magical stories so much that Jaime Lee decided to write it down. That story would eventually become Elora of Stone, the first novel in the Legend of Rhyme series.

JL (as her family calls her) lives in a pretty house in Prince Edward Island with her husband and two children.

She writes every day and plans to do so for as long as people love to read her words.


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