By- Ruth Silver
Genre- YA/MG Fantasy
Published By- Patchwork Press
Join forces with a parallel universe.
Dark forces, magical creatures, and the world Lil thought she knew collide when a dream transports her to the strange world of Orenda. Stunned and terrified, Lil comes face to face with her doppelganger, Willow, who possesses the ability to travel between the two worlds. Everything Lil knows logically says that Orenda can’t exist, but a small clue may be proof that it was more than an ordinary dream. With the threat of her sister in danger, Lil crosses dimensions but it may cost her even more than she bargained for.
A sword wielding girl, the eternal suit, and a parallel universe come together in this action-packed Young Adult fantasy adventure that will keep readers of all ages turning the pages. Orenda is the first novel in the Orenda series.
Orenda was an interesting story, a world parallel to Lil’s own, with Willow and her family and friends. The worlds are separate yet connected in a way. An evil witch bent on taking over Lil’s world as she had pretty well destroyed Orenda. Will everything work out? Grab the book and see for yourself.
I would give Orenda to my 12 year old granddaughter to read, I feel that is a general idea of what age would really love this. As an adult I enjoyed it, would love to read the whole series. I want to thank Ruth Silver for allowing me to read and review her book. I am quite interested in her books, and the tales they tell. I give this book four stars.
About the Author-
Ruth Silver is the best-selling author of ABERRANT, a young adult dystopian adventure series published by Patchwork Press and Lazy Day Publishing, in 2013. Author, YA Blogger, and Book Manager with Booktrope Publishing, Ruth keeps busy with writing, updating her book blogs Write Away Bliss and YA Book Deals, and promoting authors.
With a passion for reading, photography, and traveling Ruth has plenty of stories and experiences to share. She loves dystopian, paranormal, and fantasy young adult novels most of all. Ruth has been actively writing since she was a teenager. She currently resides in Plainfield, Illinois.