Hott Synopsis:

Rose is just about fed up with her so-called loving father! The man who refuses to acknowledge her. The man who keeps ripping her from the arms of her loving foster families. The man who insists that she dye her hair with poison. The man who name she’s not even permitted to know.

How can a man claim to love her when he’s never even seen her?

Now, he requests that she journey to the far reaches of the county on a quest that could ensure the country’s peace – and Rose’s life. All Rose has to do is to fulfill the prophesy. A Two-hundred-year-old prophesy. No pressure or anything.

Hott Review:

Oh my goodness! I could not put this book down. When I wasn’t reading, I was thinking about it. It was so difficult to remember that it was fiction and that I wasn’t a part of this life and death journey!
This is a book I’ll be buying for friends and family!
What I liked: I adored the characters. Serena’s writing has a way of making you feel like you’re a part of the story so that you’re just as entranced with the adventure as the characters. It was so odd though, maybe it was due to Rose’s disposition, but even when things seemed dark and unobtainable the spirit of the book was happy and comforting.
While this book isn’t overtly Christian Fiction those of us who are followers will see Him and His Majesty. His words and His love in this depiction brought tears to my eyes.
What I didn’t like: I have to wait for the next book! Serena — I’m begging you, please, hurry because I’m not going to just be satisfied with the next book!


Author: Serena Chase
Source: Serena Chase
Grade: A+
Ages: 12+
Steam: YA
Series: Eyes of E’veria #1

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8 Replies to “Review: The Ryn”

  1. Gina!!!! Thank you so much for your review and for being a part of the blog tour. I am so touched by your words. Thanks for sharing THE RYN with your readers.
    This Storyteller’s bow goes to you, my dear.

  2. Wow is all I can say I just finished The Ryn and I agree the only bad part is waiting to read book two! I am sharing this book with family and friends! It is the Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe for this generation! What a story and message! 🙂

    1. OH MY GOODNESS, Lisa! Best. Compliment. Ever! “It is The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe for this generation!” *hand to heart* I seriously just screamed and yelled this to my family. Thank so much, I am so blessed that you enjoyed and were touched by The Ryn!

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