Ines Galiano The Forest's Edge

ISBN 13: 9781507107706

The Forest's Edge

 
9781507107706: The Forest's Edge

After the Black Years, the citizens of Civis, inhabitants of the caves took refuge underground and made a Pact with the inhabitants of the greenhouses, in the city of Silva. And so began the second era of civilization and still today, four hundred and fifty years later, the Pact is still observed. Vogel is one of the fifty-two apprentices beginning his period of instruction in Civis, but the forest has other plans for him.

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About the Author:

I was born in Murcia, Spain, and I have a Bachelor in Translation and Interpreting from the University of Murcia. I also studied abroad in Trieste, Italy, and in TN, USA, where I am currently pursuing a Masters program in Communication. I love writing, cinema, art and music and I have writen four books that are translated to several languages. You can learn more about me by checking out my books, my video projects or stopping by my blog at inesgaliano.com

Review:

Review Rating:5 stars! Reviewed By Paul Johnson for Readers' Favorite

I have always been fond of post apocalyptic stories. I was surprised with a completely new take on an old story line. I appreciated the way the author gave every other chapter from the point of view of the main characters, Vogel and Lerdre. The plot was strong, leaving the reader eagerly waiting to see what would happen next. The dialogue was realistic, and the descriptions were colorful. Overall, this was a well written, well developed story that I highly recommend to sci-fi lovers everywhere. Well done.

Review Rating:4 stars.Reviewed By Kim Anisi for Readers' Favorite

The Forest's Edge by Ines Galiano weaves together a story of two cultures that have to come to grips with the fact that the history they have been taught might not exactly be the truth. The story is mainly told from the perspective of Vogel and Lerdre. The writing is clear and simple, and draws the reader in quickly.  The story was interesting, and it definitely makes you think about a variety of issues we also have in our society. I recommend this to people who like entertaining books that also make you think.

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