Aerie author Maria Dahvana Headley review À 103

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Aerie author Maria Dahvana HeadlA tasked with opposing her radical bloodthirsty recently escaped mother Zal uel and her singing partner Dai She must travel to the edge of the world in search of a legendary weapon the Flock in a journey through fire and identity that will transform her forever. After reading Magonia I felt remarkably let down There was something inexplicable missing a broken record skip that never let the words which were admittedly lovely settle and never let the ideas which were incredible soar I think Aerie came that much closer to the perfection it is owed Because Headley's ideas visions worlds they are utterly gorgeous and deserve the chance to singHere the writing itself was even lovelier than before and the plot lines hung together and stopped me having to rush back and work out what was happening every few pages Not everything made sense still but now this is in a surreal otherworldly way rather than an irritating what on earth is going on wayBesides the imagery is gorgeous even if my idea of Jason is severely tarnished view spoiler The obsessive love thing is my biggest turn off and it really was obsessive hide spoiler

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Your song can change the worldAs in not normal Part of Aza still yearns for the clouds no matter how much she loves the people on the groundWhen Jason’s paranoia over Aza’s safety causes him to make a terrible mistake Aza finds herself a fugitive in Magoni. Source I received a digital copy of this book for free on a read to review basis Thanks to HarperCollins and Edelweiss “I’m in the dark again this time without a song to save me and then dark is everything I see everything I know” This was a YA fantasy seuel and I preferred it to MagoniaAza wasn’t uite so annoying in this book and Jason seemed to have her best interests at heart even if he made some very uestionable decisions The jumping point of view from Aza to Jason did make things a bit hard to follow thoughThe storyline in this was about Aza being kidnapped and her biological mother having something to do with it We did get some good action in this book after a slow start but there were once again some confusing bitsThe ending to this was okay and things were tied up nicely65 out of 10

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Aerie author Maria Dahvana Headley review À 103 ´ Where is home when you were born in the starsAza Ray is back on earth Her boyfriend Jason is overjoyed Her family is healed She’s living a normal life or as normal as it can be if you’ve spent the past year dying waking up on a sky ship and discovering that your song can change thWhere is home when you were born in the starsAza Ray is back on earth Her boyfriend Jason is overjoyed Her family is healed She’s living a normal life or as normal as it can be if you’ve spent the past year dying waking up on a sky ship and discovering that. Mucho minor and major if you haven't read the first book spoilers proceed with caution Aerie is a very strange and complex young adult fantasy Allow me to explain In the first book we met Aza a girl who was drowning on Earth because though she doesn't know it she's actually from a kingdom in the clouds She's in love with Jason a genius boy with obsessive thoughts like repeating the numbers of pi in his head over and over again Many adventures happened in the first book but essentially we learned that in Aza's home the Magonians use their voices in magical ways Through changing vibrations Magonians can make elements appear and change control the weather and animals manipulate the molecules of reality itselfLike most young adult stories Aza is special a savior with godly abilities that she didn't know she had until she was tested She's supposed to bring balance back to Magonia because Aza's mother is crazy and wants to kill everyone on the ground Jason included One of the things that happens at the end of the first book is that Aza's mother is imprisoned Lots of other stuff happens too though that's hardly the tip of the icebergThis book picks up where the last one left off Jason and Aza are deepening their relationship though Aza looks like a completely new girl because she trashed her skin essentially a suit that allows her to look and breathe like a human and had to acuire a new one Did I mention that Magonians have naturally blue skin with orangered eyes and white tattoos that change depending on their emotional state Yeah that's a thingAza's mother Zal breaks out of prison and someone has to stop her before she destroys the world There are rumors of The Flock a weapon of some sort that can stop Zal but no one knows where or what it is And that I think is where this story really beginsHeadley's world building is epic Magonia itself is a treasure and the other supernatural creatures that the author introduces are tantalizing in their possibility However I didn't care much for the characterizations or the obvious plot twists The grand showdown itself was a huge disappointment like expecting a brightly colored balloon on your birthday only to have it pop in your hands when you receive it Headley gathered all of these potentially awesome characters together but only the actions of three mattered I wanted ships firing at each other creatures made of flame earth water feathers slamming into each other in waves with the earth itself rising in fountains in an effort to touch the sky Sigh Not so muchAza's special we get it Aza can sing a song that only she can sing we get that too She FEELS things deeply then SINGS them deeply Blah I don't know I just never connected with the character the way the author wanted me to Headley built a lovely world that was so much than just three characters Perhaps I'm being unfair did anyone who read this book feel differently I would love to hear from youRecommended for readers who are willing to overlook a weak story for some fantastical and wildly imaginative elements You don't have to read the first book to appreciate this one but I think you'd want to in order to absorb the outlandish world that is Magonia Some similar reads The Breedling and the City in the Garden Archivist Wasp or Under the Empyrean Sky