[Reading] ➰ Below the Moon (The 8th Island Trilogy #2) ➸ Alexis Marie Chute – Diclofenac16.us

Below the Moon (The 8th Island Trilogy #2) Ella Wellsley Is Not Your Typical Teenager Cancer Left Her Mute, But Not Powerless Trapped In A Parallel Dimension, Ella Rallies Her Strength To Join Her Family Her Mother, Tessa, Her Grandpa Archie, And Her Magical Boyfriend In Locating The Cure To Her Illness This Cure Is Entangled In The Fate Of All Worlds, And Threatened By The Presence Of An Evil Star Anchored In The Sea The Star Has Thrown Life Everywhere Into Chaos And It Is Ella Who Holds The Key To Unlocking Its Mystery Caught In A Web Of Betrayal, Mistaken Identities, Secrets, And Love Triangles, Ella, Tessa, And Archie Must Overcome Their Troubled Pasts To Ensure A Future For All Worlds On This Journey Armed With Unearthly Abilities And Unexpected Allies Each Member Of The Wellsley Family Will Learn The Power Of Love In The Face Of Their Greatest Fears.

[Reading] ➰ Below the Moon (The 8th Island Trilogy #2)  ➸ Alexis Marie Chute – Diclofenac16.us
  • Paperback
  • 256 pages
  • Below the Moon (The 8th Island Trilogy #2)
  • Alexis Marie Chute
  • English
  • 22 April 2018
  • 9781684630042

    10 thoughts on “[Reading] ➰ Below the Moon (The 8th Island Trilogy #2) ➸ Alexis Marie Chute – Diclofenac16.us

  1. says:

    This is a really amazing book It is completely different to anything that I have read before It s really moving and beautiful and I have to say I shed quite a few tears throughout this book It s amazing

  2. says:

    From my review at motherbookerblog.com Below the Moon picks up exactly where Above the Star left us Our three heroes have been through a lot since they were transported to the island of Jarr Wya from Earth Archie is rediscovering his youth, his daughter in law Tessa is fighting to save her daughter and trying to work out what her heart really wants, and his granddaughter Ella is battling cancer and falling in love All that and Archie is still coming to terms with the fact that his son, Arden, has transformed into an Orlearon red skinned fire warriors that are native to Jarr Wya But he doesn t have much time to think about any of that, as Archie and his family are caught up in mysteries, wars, and secret identities Along the way, they will find that the only way to really survive in an ever darkening world is to keep their family together.After the events of the first book, our trio is about to set out towards the mysterious Star that lives under the sea They hope to destroy it, bring peace back to Jarr Wya, and discover the secret to healing Ella s cancer Joining them are their fellow human travelers, Duggie Sky, Captain Nate and Lady Sophia a group of Orlearon warriors the Lord of Orlearon and Luggie, the son of the tyrannical Bangol King and enemy of the Orlearons As darkness and evil makes its way throughout Jarr Wya, t...

  3. says:

    Many thanks to Goodreads the author for providing an ARC.When the book was described as a hybrid novel with illustrations, I was imagining something like Selznick s The Invention of Hugo Cabret But the illustrations in this novel are often supplementary rather than mediums to advance the plot I appreciate how they give further insight into the fantasy atmosphere, especially the maps And that s really the strength of this book the atmosphere, the world building, the mythology.The part I couldn t really get into was the multiple POVs Ella s first person narration doesn t sound much different than the limited third person chapters rotating between Archie and Tessa and Luggie But in all honesty, I wasn t expecting the different POVs to begin with, so it could be that I was a tad apprehensive.It definitely takes great imagination to juggle all the different characters, especially when they represent different generations On top of that you ve got them a...

  4. says:

    This book is not like anything else I have ever read and I thought it was great you will need a box of tissues but it is a great and quick read thanks so much to netgalley and the publishers for this book for an honest review,

  5. says:

    Better than Book 1 This book was solidly in the fantasy genre I enjoyed it than the first which I had read on kindle I had a physical copy of book 2 which makes the illustrations and the extras at the end of the book accessible There was still lots of action and battles but of the mythology was filled...

  6. says:

    3.5 starsFor some reason it took me a long time to get into the story I haven t read the first book so that could be why, but I did download it on kindle to check it out About 75% through the story I really got hooked and couldn t stop reading and now I need book 3 to find out what happens I loved how the author put in little drawings that Ella drew throughout the book She also put a glossary if characters and other important aspects at...

  7. says:

    My full review can be found on the Epilie Aspie Chick blog Thank you to SparkPress for providing the ARC in exchange for an honest review.Chalk this one up to a case of mismatch, but this book has definitely vexed me No matter how much I tried to get into the material, it se...

  8. says:

    Below the Moon is a rich world of fantastic creatures that are in a desperate need of a cure, but will they agree to what ails them in time to save their world and all worlds Now I ll have to wait for the third in the series Luckily, I can find the first and discover the beginning My copy was a gift...

  9. says:

    I recieved this book as a Goodreads Giveaway I love this book I normally don t reach for Fantasy type books but the way this book is written kept my attention It s well written and has an amazing story line I wish I would have read the 1st book before but it didn t take away from the 2nd book I definitely will be picking up the 1st book see...

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