Aloren: The Estralony Cycle

Aloren The Estralony Cycle Set in an engrossing fully realized fantasy world ALOREN is a romantic young adult retelling of the classic fairy tale The Six Swans Reyna Lauriad is a Gralde her spirit grows from the ground in th

  • Title: Aloren: The Estralony Cycle
  • Author: E.D. Ebeling
  • ISBN: 9781497432147
  • Page: 235
  • Format: Paperback
  • Set in an engrossing, fully realized fantasy world, ALOREN is a romantic, young adult retelling of the classic fairy tale The Six Swans Reyna Lauriad is a Gralde her spirit grows from the ground in the form of a flower She and her four brothers have been taught the risks associated with touching, even looking upon their birthflowers strange maladies, potential madness.Set in an engrossing, fully realized fantasy world, ALOREN is a romantic, young adult retelling of the classic fairy tale The Six Swans Reyna Lauriad is a Gralde her spirit grows from the ground in the form of a flower She and her four brothers have been taught the risks associated with touching, even looking upon their birthflowers strange maladies, potential madness But when Reyna s brothers are bound by a deadly curse, she is forced to do the unthinkable in order to break the curse she must pull her birthflowers from the ground strong language and violence Other books in the Estralony Cycle AlorenWind Over Bone prequel

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    About " E.D. Ebeling "

  • E.D. Ebeling

    E D Ebeling lives in the north with her family She works as a bench jeweler, a candy maker, a fine artist, a graphic designer, and a musician Her favorite instrument is the banjo.She s currently writing the sequel to Aloren.

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  • This turned out to be one of my favorite books, and Aloren is, hands down, my favorite heroine ever. She never gives up and does what needs to be done. I also loved Andrei (after a while). There is a whole cast of interesting characters and the story is full of adventure. I wouldn't suggest this for young kids, but I wouldn't have a problem with my teenager reading it. (There is language and violence, but you get those if you watch the news and go to high school.) I really hope this story contin [...]


  • Aloren. So, I received a copy of this novel from the author after having not won the First Reads prize. Apparently, he thought that I would enjoy the book and offered me a digital copy in return for an honest review. I agreed to read it, but because it was not an official win, it kept getting bumped below the books for which I had officially agreed to write an honest review.*SPOILERS*The novel takes place in a fictional realm, one of many, and is told from the first person perspective of the dau [...]


  • This book is really hard to judge because it’s extremely diverse. There’s no question that it is extremely well written with flowing language and poems to weep about. The world-building is superb, the characters jump off the pages and the twists the story takes are believable and extremely interesting.The author managed to depict a medieval style world where children had to grow up fast. The problem with that was that I, with my modern day sensibilities, felt appalled by the cursing in place [...]


  • Just okayThis story was hard to follow in the first half of the book. There are so many names to remember and some characters are called by more than one name. It was a struggle to get through the first half. I normally devour a book in one to two days but I had to force myself to read this. When I did read it was only a few pages at a time. Once the story picked up and I had a good handle on who was who I was able to finish the second half in just a couple hours. I just wish the first half of t [...]


  • ALOREN by E.D. EbelingThis story is written in fairy tale style. While it is based on the classic fairy tale 'The Six Swans,' it has been completely altered. The world in which it is set is incredibly complex and filled with strong characters and vivid settings. I am not usually a fan of re-imagined fairy tales. I often find that they lack the impact of the original. However, ALOREN is the exception. From the very first page I was drawn into the world of the Lauriad children. "Reyna Lauriad is a [...]


  • Okay, I admit it. I fell for the pretty cover. One would think I'd learned my lesson bit nooooo. This was the most confusing book I've read in a long time. It was basically a string of [somewhat] unrelated events thrown together. This happened and then that happened, etc. I found myself repeatedly thinking "what does this have to do with the story?" I was lost; it felt as though I waded through this story. Only my curiosity saved this from being dnf. I can't say that if recommend this one; I def [...]


  • After an initial slow start, the pace picked up and the book moved along nicely. The characters were engaging and the descriptions were well done. The concept was really nice and I enjoyed the book. The author has a nice writing style. Really nice read.


  • I have loved the three of these books that this author has wrote. They are my favourites and I have even read this paticular one twice. I am 16 and doscovered this book last week and I have read all the books since. I am not really into reading but I could not put these books down.



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