Worlds of imagination by Sara B. Gauldin
I was instantly drawn into this particular story when the concept of soul mates was put into play. I have been intrigued by this concept for a while so I was ready to see how the bond played out in the plot of the story. It will suffice to say that the soul mate bond is pivotal to the entire story line. I enjoyed the “parallel world concept” that was intermingled with a complicated coming-of-age dilemma for the story’s main character, Alora. Alora is placed into a situation where she must realize that a portion of her identity is not anything like the person she had always imagined herself to be. She learned that she could be be powerful, brave and love deeply in a glimmer of time. The book has artful descriptions and a captivating pace. I recommend this book to both the young and young at heart!
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