Daughter of the Light: Book 1 of the Daughter of the Light Series

Daughter of the Light: Book 1 of the Daughter of the Light Series

by Morigaine Belvaine

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Daughter of the Light: Book 1 of the Daughter of the Light Series by Morigaine Belvaine
Long ago, before the Eshat was really an established entity and the ones who existed on it were still forming, a young daughter of the light was made onto the Dire Sun. Now the Dire Sun, you must understand, was a world far, far away from the Eshat. It was a world of light and mavicka, full of good and loving creatures.

Destiny, power, star-struck love-Daughter of the Light captures the essence of all of these. Take the journey to overcome your fears, accept your destiny, and accept who you really are.

About the Author

Morigaine Belvaine has been writing since she was five years old. She loves creativity and is inspired by mostly everything around her. Other than writing, Morigaine also enjoys reading, watching movies, and playing video games. She loves spending time with her family and her child.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781480910256
Publisher: Dorrance Publishing
Publication date: 07/01/2014
Pages: 196
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.42(d)

About the Author

Morigaine Belvaine has been writing since she was five years old. She loves creativity and is inspired by mostly everything around her. Other than writing, Morigaine also enjoys reading, watching movies, and playing video games. She loves spending time with her family and her child.

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Daughter of the Light: Book 1 of the Daughter of the Light Series 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Ladymagik More than 1 year ago
Reading the Daughter Of The Light takes you into a world that you have never seen or imagined. Her work is truly original as well as are her characters. In most books there seems to be a glossary of terms provided and while there is none in this book, it leaves you asking some questions and encourages you to keep reading to find the answers. Morigaine Belvaine's writing style is different from the typical style we see from most authors today, however, it is this difference that one can learn to appreciate. Being different is not always bad. Since this book is part of a series, I look forward to what will come next and where Morigaine Belvaine will take us!