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Cerulea, the newly released second installment of Veronica Tabares' Behold the Eye trilogy, takes readers into ever more fantastic depths, daring to lift the veils between reality and illusion.

But they may often get lost - or worse. Cerulea is a chronicle of that amazing journey.

Cerulea, the newly released second installment of Veronica Tabares' Behold the Eye trilogy, takes readers into ever more fantastic depths, daring to lift the veils between reality and illusion.

"Cerulea's overwhelming message is clear - that hope is never lost," says Tabares. "As with the first book of this trilogy, Braumaru, Cerulea is fantasy adventure that will appeal to readers of every age."

Awaking in a strange world, Vickie struggles to understand what has happened to the world she once knew. Confused and lost, she is befriended by three companions who journey with her to the land of Cerulea, to find the secrets to help her return home.

Meanwhile, in the normal world, Vickie's friends slowly piece together the evidence pointing to her vanishing and to the strange characters that may have some hand in her disappearance. But the power-hungry Roland, bent on using Vickie for his own sinister purposes, has other plans. Vickie must race to find her answers before Roland can realize his sinister scheme.

"Though the haze of sleep, dreams and imagination blur the boundaries between worlds, those with the ability to dream travel, armed with the secret knowledge, can move within those worlds," says Tabares. "But they may often get lost - or worse. Cerulea is a chronicle of that amazing journey. "

About Veronica Tabares

Raised in Memphis, Veronica Tabares has traveled across many states and career fields. She has sold artwork to businesses, produced web content for a tech company, performed story time as a children's librarian, and taught 6th graders how to be safe on the Internet. Tabares has a Bachelor's in Anthropology and a Master's in Library and Information Science from the University of Washington. She currently lives in Seattle with her husband and four lovely daughters. For more information, please visit http://www.veronicatabares.com.

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