Inherent Fate

Inherent Fate Separated from their friends Daniel and Crisanta have to work together to traverse the kingdom of Alderon and evade the antagonists who are trying to destroy them Moreover they must do so while figu

  • Title: Inherent Fate
  • Author: Geanna Culbertson
  • ISBN: 9781945448065
  • Page: 463
  • Format: Paperback
  • Separated from their friends, Daniel and Crisanta have to work together to traverse the kingdom of Alderon and evade the antagonists who are trying to destroy them Moreover, they must do so while figuring out whether or not they can truly be friends With their mission drawing to a close, Crisanta s magical powers are about to be revealed But among these great truths, shSeparated from their friends, Daniel and Crisanta have to work together to traverse the kingdom of Alderon and evade the antagonists who are trying to destroy them Moreover, they must do so while figuring out whether or not they can truly be friends With their mission drawing to a close, Crisanta s magical powers are about to be revealed But among these great truths, she is about to discover a strength that will be infinitely powerful.

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      Published :2019-08-22T15:56:40+00:00

    2 thoughts on “Inherent Fate

    1. Geanna Culbertson adores chocolate chip cookies, watching Netflix in pajamas, and the rain Of course, in her case, the latter is kind of hard to come by As her dad notes, In California, we don t have seasons, we have special effects On the flip side, she is deeply afraid of ice skating and singing in public Although, she forces herself to do both on occasion because she believes facing your fears can be good for you During the week Geanna lives a disciplined, yet preciously ridiculous lifestyle She gets up each day at 5 00 a.m to train Goes to work where she enjoys a double life as a kid undercover in a grown up world Then comes home, eats, writes, and watches one of her favorite TV shows On weekends, however, Geanna s heart, like her time, is completely off the leash Usually she ll teach martial arts at her local karate studio, pursue yummy foods, and check out whatever s new at her fav stores like Banana Republic To summarize, she ll wander, play, disregard the clock, and get into as many shenanigans as possible.

    2. MY REVIEW: youtube/watch?v=v8DNyMy review is also up on my blogWow. That was the only word I could think after I finished the last word of this book and put it down. This book completely blew my socks off (not literally, as I was lounging barefoot in a reclinable chair in Greece, thank you very much indeed). This series has without a doubt become one of my favorite series of all time and has never ceased to disappoint me. Geanna has constructed a fantasy world so intricate, magical, and yet also [...]

    3. I really love Crisanta Knight and think she's a great character but far too hard on herself. It feels like the whole defining feature thing makes the characters a bit one dimensional and the others, apart from Daniel, seem like they can never do any wrong. It was great reading about how all the fairy tales on Earth came about, as if they were distortions of real adventures in Book.Can't wait for the next in the series!

    4. This third installment of the Crisanta Knight series keeps the adventures coming, expanding the universe farther and mixing new fairy tale elements into this brewing storm of a story. Inherent Fate is an exciting bookend to the first story arc, but Crisa’s story is still far from over! Given where we left off in Book 2, I couldn’t wait to get back to Crisa and Daniel. The two of them are like a bottle of Coca-Cola and Mentos: an explosive, sky-high fountain of fun. I love how Crisa continues [...]

    5. In the third installment of the Cristanta Knight series we are reminded in the prologue what a protagonist is, and the troubles our heroine had gotten herself into previously. I would completely recommend reading books one and two before starting the third, to have an understanding of the characters, their motives and famous fairytale siblings.We jump straight back in where we left off with Crisa trapped in a Genie bottle with Daniel; trying to find a way out.  This leads them straight back to [...]

    6. A great series about identifying yourself and appreciating your strengths and weaknesses. Perfect for most ages. Lots of fun characters, lands, magic and more!

    7. I liked this one ever so slightly more than the first two. It went places that I wasn't expecting. I'll read the next one when it comes out.

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