Tuesday, 28 April 2015

Kiatana's Journey by Natalie Erin

SERIES: Creature Of The Lands, #1
GENRE: YA Fantasy
PUBLISHER: Gryffyn Publishing
ISBN: 0692309926
SOURCE: Publisher
SRP: $0.99 (Kindle) $12.00 (Paperback)
RELEASE DATE: 1st Nov 2014
RATE: 4.2 / 5


Dragons fly, animals can speak and fairies rule over all in the realm they call the Lands, a place that is both beautiful and dangerous. Only one myth remains...Changers, beasts who can morph into any creature at will, and their Accompanies, the mysterious riders who command them.  Chaos begins when a Changer called Ionan and his Accompany Keota crash down from the sky. They are found by two orphan wolf pups searching for their mother, and the fairy Kiatana, owner of the Verinian Forest. Kiatana refuses to trust the handsome stranger, or believe the story about his troubled past, but she soon finds she has bigger problems as a plague begins to spread throughout her land, killing all in sight. With no option Kiatana heads out on a quest with Keota, Ionan, the two wolves and her trusty pegasus to find a cure before the forest is destroyed forever. But danger has a way of finding her, and Kiatana isn’t sure if she’ll survive the road ahead...


Kiatana's Journey is the first book in the author Natalie Erin's Creature Of The Lands series. This book was so interesting due to which I am really excited for the second book.
Kiatana's Journey is about a girl, Kia, who has to save her land from a deadly plague. But it's not just the plague, it's Kia's father too, who wants her dead so that he can conquer her beautiful land. The protagonist Kia was an interesting and strong character. Her every part in the book was very sarcastic, which I loved. We also see her girly emotions with the Accompany, Keota. Totally unexpected!
Kiatana's Journey is really adventurous. It is filled with so many strong and supportive cute animals. The Changer, Ionan's character was really funny, aside from Kia's sarcasm. The relationship between Kia and Keota was not too extreme, which make this book a clean read. I love clean reads!!
The story, sometimes, was a little bit dragged. There was lots of action but the chapter 'Afterward' was hard to understand. Obviously it had to be. Beacuse that chapter is a hint of the second book. I loved Kia's adventure through Ice Borns and specially the part where she met Nagli. The second half of the book was more interesting than the first half.
Conclusively, Kiatana's Journey is an amazing start to this series. If you love adventurous books, then this is perfect for you. I am yearning to read the second book, Vera's Song,  which has not been released yet. Don't forget to share your opinions about this book in the comments!
Happy Reading! 

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