WESTERN AUSTRALIA, Australia (PRWEB) November 07, 2012
Rowanlee is a compelling and exhilarating book that shares one girl’s adventures in another dimension. Written by author VJ Parker, this book reveals an eclectic blend of action, mystery and fantasy. With a fascinating set of characters and a beautifully crafted storyline, this literary work of fiction reveals a myriad of insights about courage, destiny and living without fear. Taking the imagination to new heights, this book illustrates the transition stages inevitable in life, where one must relinquish the vivacious and child-like qualities in order to pave way for growth, wisdom and maturity.
In this book, readers will meet Rowanlee, a young girl who grew up in a cottage with her grandmother. A typically shy person, for many years, she had difficulties interacting with strangers. Thus, she constantly hid from her grandmother’s visitors. Nonetheless, all that was about to change when she came across unfamiliar faces in an alternate world, a world which had been constantly haunting her in her dreams.
Readers will be thrilled to discover how Rowanlee struggled to overcome her aversion to strangers and her fear of the unknown. Most of all, they will be intrigued as to how Rowanlee managed to fulfill her destiny, despite all the perilous elements that had been thwarting her. Packed with surprising twists and turns, this book will keep readers hanging at the edges of their seats from beginning to end.
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About the Author
Born in England and raised in Western Australia, VJ Parker is still with the man she met forty-one years ago. They have three children and seven grandchildren. She is a book keeper, spending her day working on numbers. When she comes home, she finds balance through writing. Her son encouraged her to get her works published. Reading and writing have been her hobbies.
Rowanlee * by VJ Parker
The Twin Realms Series
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