About the Book
Author: RJ Anderson
Genre: Christian YA, Fairytale, Fantasy
Cast into exile, she must return to free her people.
Banished from her underground home by Betony, the queen of the Cornish piskeys, young Ivy sets out to forge a new life for herself in the world above. But a deadly threat lingers in the mine, and Ivy cannot bear to see her people suffer while Betony refuses to believe. Somehow she must convince the queen to let them go.
Her mission only becomes more complicated when Ivy starts to dream of the ancient battles between her ancestors and the spriggan folk. Who is the strange boy in her visions? Could her glimpses of his past help Ivy find a new home for her fellow piskeys?
To find the answers, Ivy must outfly vicious predators, outwit cunning enemies, and overcome her own greatest fears. And when evil threatens the people Ivy loves best, it will take all her courage, faith, and determination to save them.
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To celebrate her tour, R.J. is giving away the grand prize package of a three bookmarks, two blank-inside notecards with envelopes featuring artwork by Kirk DouPonce and Rory Kurtz, a postcard with character art by Nicole Deal, a sample of custom book-related tea, and a copy of SWIFT or NOMAD!!
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Nomad is the second installment from The Flight and Flame Trilogy by RJ Anderson. I had the pleasure of reading book one, Swift. I enjoyed that one and I think I enjoyed this one even more. Even though it is part of a series, I believe it can be read as a stand alone. This story has some adventure and action. I did not find it to be predictable. I was entertained throughout and found it to be a fun read. I am so glad I had the chance to read it.
Nomad is getting four and a half stars from me. I look forward to the third and final book from The Flight and Flame Trilogy, Torch. I recommend this one for readers who enjoy clean young adult fantasy. It is definitely worth a read.
I received Nomad from the publisher. This review is one hundred percent my own honest opinion.