Qeya Qeya has spent her life set to drift on heaven s edge Being Royal means than being groomed to rule her home planet She can t do much about her red hair but she knows how to wield a scythe blade and s

  • Title: Qeya
  • Author: Jennifer Silverwood
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 424
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Qeya has spent her life set to drift on heaven s edge Being Royal means than being groomed to rule her home planet She can t do much about her red hair, but she knows how to wield a scythe blade and suck the life out of her enemy, literally Destined to be the Orona, the Voice of her people, she does her best to train the children and overcome her secret fears TheQeya has spent her life set to drift on heaven s edge Being Royal means than being groomed to rule her home planet She can t do much about her red hair, but she knows how to wield a scythe blade and suck the life out of her enemy, literally Destined to be the Orona, the Voice of her people, she does her best to train the children and overcome her secret fears The fact that her whole life has already been planned out for her, including the person she will marry, has never occurred to bother her.Until her ship is attacked and nearly everyone on board is murdered If she hadn t run into the filthy miner who saved her life, Second Deck might never have jettisoned into the atmosphere of the hostile world her people were exploring.Now, the Royal children have become the backwater scions of the universe, and the miner who saved her is the only thing standing between them and the hungry beasts hunting them.Forced to lead before she is ready, Qeya must find a way to put aside ancient prejudices so they can all survive Old enemies must form new alliances if they are to last the night For no one knows the secrets of the new world and only a few can survive the living nightmares at heavens edge.

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    1. Now, I was really clueless when I went into Qeya, I wasn’t sure what to expect. And let me just state, Qeya was really unexpected. At first, I thought it was going to be a more steampunk kind of read, however, turns out it only had a slight steampunk feel, to me anyways. It was a Sci-Fi book, and I didn’t imagine it would be what it was… if that makes any sense!!To be honest, I have never read a book like Qeya before. The whole time while reading it, I kept mumbling to myself ‘I really l [...]

    2. "My childhood lullaby was the metallic blend of grinding gears, of hissing hydro fans and the growl of plasma engines burning."This is the first sentence of Qeya, and it should give you an idea of just how fabulous this book is. Qeya is a space-scifi-political-epic survival drama. Those are a lot of ideas for one book, and you'd think that the author would have difficulty keeping the story dynamic and cohesive. False. Qeya sucked me in right from that amazing first sentence and didn't let up. I [...]

    3. I had the pleasure of editing Qeya for Jennifer, or more rightly described, watching her weave a good story into a great one, and I'm simply honored to have been able to be a part of that. A member of the royal family, Qeya is a smart but watchful and wary girl thrust into a situation in which her planned destiny to become the healer of her people and the voice of her brother--who will one day be king--seems almost to be declared useless. An upheaval on her planet has sent her family and others [...]

    4. I recieved this books as an R2R in the group Young Adult Reads.This is such a sweet little book that I really enjoyed reading. It's quite short so it's quick and easy to read and perfect for challenges. It's really easy to get into to the story and I was really intrigued to find out about these strange "hunans" that are similar to people but have gills and silvery hair. The story kept my attention the whole time and was very nicely written. I will probably be reading the next in the series at so [...]

    5. I recieved this books as an R2R in the group Young Adult Reads.This is such a sweet little book that I really enjoyed reading. It's quite short so it's quick and easy to read and perfect for challenges. It's really easy to get into to the story and I was really intrigued to find out about these strange "hunans" that are similar to people but have gills and silvery hair. The story kept my attention the whole time and was very nicely written. I will probably be reading the next in the series at so [...]

    6. I recieved his book from a r2r program.I thought this novella was amazing. This story is beautifully crafted. The author does a fantastic job creating this entire fanstasy world and explaining its people and customs. Very easy and fun reading.It's gripping!! Just when I was worried I might start to get bored, the author read my mind and fixed that in a jiffy by blowing up a spaceship. I really liked the gifts these characters have. The sharing memory gift sounds like it would be wonderful and ho [...]

    7. I thoroughly enjoyed Qeya. It's a Sci-fi space travel adventure, but has all the great elements of action, romance, and fantasy stories. I believe it's categorized as young adult, and while it is appropriate for YA audiences, it definitely crosses over so all science fiction fans can appreciate it.Qeya is stuck on a mining ship after her royal family was forced from their home world. Though she and her brother are next in line to lead their people, she's essentially baby sitting until the ship i [...]

    8. Descriptive and thorough - the author has created a story with complete history and background.There are a ton of names: people, places, titles, parts of the ship, etc and it can be a bit overwhelming especially since this is given to you upfront.My biggest problem was the confusion over Kahne's gender. 99% of the time Kahne is a girl and then, it drops a 'his' instead of 'hers' and I'm confused again. Anyway, no biggie because it goes back to female pronouns, just means this needs to be edited [...]

    9. It is a good story with some really interesting concepts to it. Being a novella, it is fairly short. This is one of those stories though that leaves the reader wishing the author had taken the time and written it out into a full story. Or at least lengthened it out more. There is a lot of jumping forward in it to keep the story going and the length short. The people and culture were fleshed out, but just enough to kind of get what is going on. There are still many questions that left open by the [...]

    10. Qeya har levt hela sitt liv på ett skepp i rymden. Hon är en av dom kungliga och får lära sig hur hon ska leda när de kommer tillbaka till sin hemplanet. Hennes öde är att bli en Orona, sitt folks röst och en person med kraft att hela. Allt har redan planerats åt henne gör henne inget och är inget hon tänker på. Allt går som planerat tills den dagen då hennes skepp blir attackerat och störtar ner på en främmande planet. Nu tvingas Qeya ta ledarrollen innan hon är redo och hon [...]

    11. 3.5 StarsI really enjoyed reading this book. It was different to the other books I have read lately, so it was nice to have something new to read. I think it has a more sci-fi element to it, as there are no actual humans in the story, the characters all appear to be aliens, some with gills, others bald all with out of this world technology. It was a bit intense as the young characters have to take on so much responsibility at a young age, but it was definitely fun!Qeya is an Orona, and her broth [...]

    12. We met Jennifer through an online book forum. She then sent us this really nice e-mail asking us to review her book. We looked it up on GoodReads and found that the premise was pretty good, and it received a lot of good reviews. Intrigued, we then asked her for a copy and she was very sweet about it and sent us the file.The storyline may not be the most original storyline, but it could have had the potential to be one of the good ones. Honestly, we had a hard time reading it. The chapters often [...]

    13. I am going to state this right up front, so there is no confusion. I am not a large fan of short stories or novellas. Phew, got that one of my chest! I've said, many times, that I am a character driven reader. If I can't find something endearing or uniquely interesting with a character (good or bad) I have a horrible time getting into the book. Which is why shorts give me so much grief. They are rarely long enough for me to get a solid feel for the character.That being said, that was not the onl [...]

    14. First I wish to thank the author, Jennifer Silverwood, for providing me a copy to read and review. This genre is one of my favorites too.This novella, is centered around Qeya. She's the upcoming healer in her royal family. Travelling through the stars, hoping to return one day to the only home they knew, their craft is attacked and she, along with several others, escape to the alien planet below. Unfortunately only a handful survive and they are determined to find the group of their kind who had [...]

    15. I wrote Qeya based on a series of short YA sci-fi stories I had written as a kid. They were my first little books at nine years old I was proud of them lol. So it's only natural I bring them up to speed for my first introduction in the Indie world. Hope you enjoy!

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