YA Sci-fi Romance: Two Moons of Sera by @PavartiKTyler #review

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Two Moons of Sera

Written by Pavarti K. Tyler 

Genre(s): Romance, Sci-Fi, YA

Evolved Publishing presents a science fiction/fantasy novel from the multiple award-winning author of White Chalk and The Sugar House Novellas. [DRM-Free]

Two Moons of Sera by Pavarti K. Tyler

The land-dwelling Erdlanders don't know about her.

The amphibious Sualwets reject and resent her.

Serafay is anomaly, an unwanted outcast from both worlds. Fearing the people who tortured and experimented on her mother's waterborne race, Sera remains hidden and isolated, feeling like she doesn't belong. When she meets a stranger, Tor, another misfit like herself,

Sera realizes that she's not alone, finally discovering a sense of home. With the war between the Erdlanders and Sualwets escalating, will Sera and Tor ever be safe from the dangers surrounding them?

Abha C's Review

Two Moons has a good pace and was very entertaining.

Two Moons of Sera is a creative new series about two variant species. The Sualwet are a water people who live and breathe underwater but are capable of coming onto land. The Erdlanders are the people that live on the land. They are at war with each other.

The war between the two species is the back drop for the story of Sera. Nilafay is living in an isolated coastal cove with her daughter Serafay, or Sera. Nilafay has finally escaped the Erdlanders but she is rejected by her Sualwet people because Sera is an Erdlander-Sualwet hybrid. Unwilling to abandon her daughter, Nilafay lives in hiding and Sera grows up with only her mother for company. While Nilafay is away on one of her frequent forays to scavenge supplies, a seemingly wild young male Erdlander enters Sera's refuge.

Unbearably curious and needy for company, Sera seeks contact with this strange new arrival. He has apparently been hiding in the wilderness for a long time because he has forgotten how to talk, but he quickly learns again with Sera's help. His name is Torkek and he possesses unexpected powers that suggest he is the product of experiments as well.

Two Moons has a good pace and was very entertaining. It kept me engrossed, the main characters were well developed. A lot of thought went into developing the world that has two moons and it showed. The concept may not be new i.e. species that can live underwater however the treatment is fresh and the premise is new. Overall, my imagination was captured and I enjoyed reading this novella. I look forward to more in this series.

Disclaimer: Book provided by the author free of charge in exchange for an honest review.