Believing in Blue

^ Read ! Believing in Blue by Maggie Morton ↠ eBook or Kindle ePUB. Believing in Blue Wren received something for her eighteenth birthday that she was fairly sure was one of a kind: sky-blue wings. In his letter to her, delivered via talking raven, she learns that its up to her to save billions of humans and Winged Blue from a threat thats on the horizon and closing in fast. But along with those wings comes the knowledge that her father had a surprisingly practical reason for abandoning her when she was eight. Wren has to hope that her worlds prophecy is right, and that

Believing in Blue

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Rating : 4.10 (757 Votes)
Asin : 1626396914
Format Type : paperback
Number of Pages : 315 Pages
Publish Date : 2017-04-08
Language : English

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Olivia Farr said Wren also meets a love interest, Sia. "Believing in Blue" is a fast-paced fantasy novel about the Winged aliens. Wren wakes up to receiving a letter from her long-gone father on her 18th birthday which reveals that she is an alien from the race of the Winged Blue, which are related to Poe's raven and from a different world. Wren soon finds herself in the middle . "A Fast-Paced Read" according to Lex. A Fast-Paced Read 3 1/2 Stars. This is the second book I have read by Morton, the first being Dreaming of Her. I definitely enjoyed Believing in Blue more. One thing is for certain, Morton is very good at creating fantasy worlds and people. Morton's imagination is able to come up with ideas that are totally new, and I enjoy that in an author.. 1/2 Stars. This is the second book I have read by Morton, the first being Dreaming of Her. I definitely enjoyed Believing in Blue more. One thing is for certain, Morton is very good at creating fantasy worlds and people. Morton's imagination is able to come up with ideas that are totally new, and I enjoy that in an author.

Wren received something for her eighteenth birthday that she was fairly sure was one of a kind: sky-blue wings. In his letter to her, delivered via talking raven, she learns that it's up to her to save billions of humans and Winged Blue from a threat that's on the horizon and closing in fast. But along with those wings comes the knowledge that her father had a surprisingly practical reason for abandoning her when she was eight. Wren has to hope that her world's prophecy is right, and that she is up f

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