Sister of the SuneBook - 2014
From Jean M. Auel's THE CLAN OF THE CAVE BEAR to Linda Lay Shuler's SHE WHO REMEMBERS, novels set among pre-historic cultures have shown a very strong appeal to readers of all types from fans of genre fantasy to historical to romance. E-Reads is pleased to offer a three-volume series--An Epic of Ancient Tahiti. In the first volume, DAUGHTER OF THE REEF, Tepua, the daughter of an atoll chief is stranded on an unknown island called Tahiti. Despite adversity and peril, she has made a life and found passion. In the second volume, SISTER OF THE SUN, years after she first landed on Tahiti, she returns to her home island to care for her dying father--and discovers that home can change. She faces challenges both brutal and overwhelming as a band of foreigners ruins the mystical beauty of her island and unleashes the savagery at the heart of her homeland. But Tepua is possessed of a passion all her own--one that could lead her people to war and destruction, one over which only she can possibly hold control, as the fate of all her people rests in her hands. Look for the third volume in the series, CHILD OF THE DAWN.
Publisher: [Place of publication not identified] :, Open Road Media,, 2014.
Characteristics: 1 online resource (316 pages)