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Leya (Sphere of Vision, #1) In A World Where Eye Color May Determine Your Future, Leya Is Born With One Green And One Blue Eye Will This Diminish Her Potential Or Provide The Exceptional Opportunity To Become A Double Vision Mistress Even If She Fulfills Her Gifts, Leya Must Learn To Control Her Impulsiveness And Quick Temper Or She Will Be Stripped Of Her Powers In A Painful And Crippling Ritual Unfortunately, Zendra, A Devious Novice Knows Exactly How To Raise Leya S Anger But The Mistresses, Struggling With Significant Problems Of Their Own, Seem Blind To Leya S Dilemma How Much Should She Risk In Pursuit Of Power, Prestige, And Wealth This Book Was Formerly Titled Desiccate And Has Gone Through Another Editing.Learn About This Book On The Author S Websitehttp Bonnieferrante.ca


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10 thoughts on “Leya (Sphere of Vision, #1)

  1. says:

    You can find me KARLEIGH READSI was given an ebook from the author in exchange for an honest review And honest it shall be.First off, I just want to say that I seriously hate giving bad reviews to books but this needs to be said I had some strong feelings towards this book and not in a good way.Might as w


  2. says:

    4.5 stars I loved that this story felt exactly like you were in the head of the main character For the first half or so, that meant being in the head of a fourteen year old girl as she interacted with other teenage girls, and all of the friendships, backstabbing, jealousies, rivalries, etc felt completely real f


  3. says:

    Leya Truelong lives in a world unlike our own At the age of fourteen, each child is tested to see if they possess a vision a great power that they can one day learn to control.Brought to the island that houses the Sphere of Vision, a sanctuary where experienced Mistresses teach the young novices to harvest their abilit


  4. says:

    Thanks to Bonnie Ferrante I received this book for free in return for a review.I loved reading this book The author s writing style is beautiful and she knows how to tell a story She holds your interest from the first page to the last.What I loved the most about this book was Leya, the protagonist of the story Very rarely hav


  5. says:

    The writer takes you on a wonderful journey through a fantasy world of magic and mystery as a young woman learns to trust her instincts, abilities and dreams It s a highly relatable premise wrapped in a unique environment Leyla was at times frustrating in her self esteem struggles, but I agree with other readers that this truly is w


  6. says:

    There are consequences, and while they are usually not apparent in fantasy tales, they are detailed thoroughly in this fable Got magic powers It can be a curse as well as a gift Desiccate explores these themes At first, Leya is eager to leave her home and develop magical powers, but eventually comes to regret her decision.Want to tease som


  7. says:

    I was lucky enough to be sent this book for an honest review and yes, I loved it It is original and unique in many ways the idea of the visions and how they are manifest, the school , the divisions theI don t give spoilers.Leya is an interesting and complex character, with all the flaws of a real person, rather than some characters I ve read in o


  8. says:

    Once in a while something nice pops up my way, this nice book comes from Bonnie Ferrante How it starts does not matter because how it ends blows your mind.We have Leya Truelong, a girl with two different colored eyes, while this is rare, it does happen When she turns 14, Leya has to be examined by a Mistress from the Sphere, someone who will choose girl


  9. says:

    Desiccate takes place in a detailed and consistent, although rather generic, fantasy setting I was impressed by the depth of characterisation throughout the main character s contemporary concerns transplanted into a fantasy setting with skill The pacing was a little off at times the middle section in particular seemed to whiz by, and I found it a little jarrin


  10. says:

    4 StarIn a world with supernatural powers that can do good as well as evil This story also brings normal problems that everyone faces at some point in life insecurity, loneliness, family, and trying to balance study with play The characters are well developed with each character having a different distinct personality.As their is no build up of the villains, you do l


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