Lady From Day
YA Fantasy (mild Christian themes)
Finding a cure for an ill princess is harder that it seems.
Traveling through the lands of Aelisonia, Lia and her band of adventurers hear a tale of an unusual illness that has caused the land of Feyris to go into famine and Queen Daylat to disappear in her attempts to find a cure.
On Lia’s journey through the world of Orinda to complete the quest to save the princess, she runs into the dashing Prince of Feyris and the hands of the vicious and ill-tempered gorlag creatures.
Will Lia be able to find the cure for the princess before all hope is lost?
You can read excerpts from any of the online store options, or head on over to the page at the Tales of Orinda website.
From the Author
This story was started when I was thirteen after a dream I had about mushrooms and a sick princess. I wrote down as much as I could remember and actually crafted an epic poem out of the concept of the story for a class project. I would work on it for a bit, let life take me away, and then revisit it. It took just over ten years to complete.
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Review by JustMyMusic
The chapters are shorter than I like, ranging from 5min to 15min. This is a story that my children and I can listen to together. My son enjoys it (though he probably would not admit it) almost as much as my daughter.