Child of the Sacred Earth Get a degree get a job save adorable foster siblings from the clutches of the evil foster mom These are Jocylene Sanders top priorities as she enters her sopho year of college The last thing she exp

  • Title: Child of the Sacred Earth
  • Author: Alicia Michaels
  • ISBN: 9780989175388
  • Page: 397
  • Format: Paperback
  • Get a degree, get a job, save adorable foster siblings from the clutches of the evil foster mom These are Jocylene Sanders top priorities as she enters her sopho year of college The last thing she expects is to find herself the champion of an entire kingdom However, that is just what happens when the mysterious Faerie, Rothatin Longspear, appears to her, taskingGet a degree, get a job, save adorable foster siblings from the clutches of the evil foster mom These are Jocylene Sanders top priorities as she enters her sopho year of college The last thing she expects is to find herself the champion of an entire kingdom However, that is just what happens when the mysterious Faerie, Rothatin Longspear, appears to her, tasking her with saving a parallel world full of creatures from her wildest dreams Jocylene journeys with him into the world of Fallada, hoping for answers about her birth parents and background What she finds is a mystifying past, and an even uncertain future, as her heart becomes entangled with the stoic, battle hardened Rothatin, as well as Eli, the untroubled Panther Shifter with no loyalties and no home With her heart and soul pulled in so many directions, can Jocylene find the strength needed to become the savior one nation so desperately needs

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    1. Alicia Michaels says:

      Mother of 3 and Army wife Lover of coffee, chocolate and good books Writer of YA Fantasy that stretches the imagination When not writing, I can usually be found reading.

    2 thoughts on “Child of the Sacred Earth

    1. Review forthcoming on a-reader-lives-a-thousand-liveI received a copy of Child of the Sacred Earth, book 2 of the Lost Kingdom of Fallada, in exchange for my review.Jocelyne has lived a hard life, and at twenty her main goal is to get a good job so that she can officially adopt her foster siblings. Or it was, until Rothatin and the brothers Grimm turn up and tell her that she is a lost Princess of Fallada. Returning to her homeland answers some questions that Jocelyne has always had about her pa [...]

    2. ** I was given a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review **I love this authors writingunder all her pen nameslol This series has me hookeds so special, and magical is just such a creative concept and it keeps leaving me wanting more!Jocylene is a young college girl, she is a foster child.d even thought he has aged out of the system her foster mother very begrudgingly lets her stay at home if she takes care of her foster brothers and sistersJocylene has a secrete has powers, she c [...]

    3. BEST BOOK EVERI loved this book. It was an amazing story. The characters were fun, well thought out and relatable. Alicia Michaels never stops amazing me. Up stayed up till midnight to finish this book. You won't regret buying this book and series. I am a teenager and this book is complex and so simple at the same time for me. If your a person who spends lunches at the library BUT THIS BOOK!!!

    4. This was a truly enjoyable story, a fantasy based on fairy tales. This is the second book of the series and has guaranteed that my pockets will be emptier when the 3rd book comes out in Audible. Way to go Alicia!

    5. From the moment she was born, Jocylene's path in life was sealed. Banished to Earth, she's lived a harsh life, but she's determined in making the most of the cards life has dealt her. In her mind, she aspires for a better life, one where she can finally acknowledge the powers she's kept under lock and key. Though, she knows that's just wishful thinking.Unwittingly summoned back to the realm of Fallada via the help of Rothatin Longspear, a mysterious, yet quite intriguing Faerie, Jocylene soon re [...]

    6. This story was even better than Daughter of the Read Dawn!We are greeted by many old "friends" and meet some new ones on this new adventure. The story was a bit more emotional in feel than Daughter of the Red Dawn was. Here we not only have our found princess, but 3 small orphans she cares for as well.The under currents of this story are sad, but there's plenty of moments that will make the reader smile, a few that will make the reader sad, and a couple that will make the reader angry.Eranna is [...]

    7. Reviewer: BexRating 4 out of 5 FairiesI thoroughly enjoyed Alicia Michaels' latest installment in her The Lost Kingdom of Fallada series. It was a great read and was once again a book that was well-crafted and easy to absorb. The main character Jocylene was a character that I enjoyed from the start. I was able to empathize with her and readily wanted to follow her journey. Her journey, just as book one, is a pretty epic one. The author creates such a vivid fantasy world, it's impossible not to g [...]

    8. Child of the Sacred Earth, book 2 of The Lost Kingdom of Fallada Series, was also a great book! Gah! If I love reading the Daughter of the Red Dawn, I also love reading this book!What I think on this book: For me, it's not the same as the first book. It's more exciting with many unexpected turns that really blows my mind. I also loved it that I also got to read Selena and Titus. I really loved this couple. Anyway back to the story, this book really was full of surprises. Things got complicated t [...]

    9. I am a huge fan of supernatural/paranormal/fairy tales, you name it. This series has to be one of my all time favorites. It's a great take on the medieval times (or so it seems), with a mix of mythical add to have fairies, girls with powers, elves, seers, witches and well the list goes on. I love how each book is about a different girl and her tale on finding out who & what she truly is. Each girl is important to the grand scheme of things but must overcome obstacles to accomplish wha [...]

    10. I really enjoyed this book. The first one was good but I had a hard time getting into the story. Not so with this book. I really loved the characters and the story development. Jocylene is just like any other teenage or so it seems. I liked how she was a strong character, she did not back down. Her role in saving the kingdom of Fallada seems hard at first but the more "people" she meets along her journey the easier it becomes. Her feelings for the faerie and the panther were very mixed message b [...]

    11. Chile of Sacred Earth, so far, is my favorite in this series. Alicia, makes it so easy to fall inside the book and literally feel like you're in Fallada. While this princess, Jossie, is a bit more of a pain, she is strong willed. She would do anything to save Fallada at her first arrival. She is a princess who holds great power. While her love life it a bit more messy, I am sort of happy how it ended. I like the ending in this one better than the last. Not every ending needs a prince(or man) to [...]

    12. Another awesome read from Alicia Michaels.This is another book that I finished in one night. I have discovered that when I am reading a book by Alicia Michaels it takes me no time at all.The characters and the world that they live in are interesting and you want to know more. Which is what keeps us coming back for more.I look forward to the next adventure that Alicia Michaels introduces us to.

    13. I LOVED this book and Kristina Klemetti is once again the perfect narrator! Jocelyn is Princess number two to be found.She and six other princess were rounded up and abandoned by a queen afraid of losing her power. She grew up in foster care with siblings she will not leave behind.Can she believe that she is a princess with Fae blood and destined to save the world?Through love,death and war,she will.I was given this book free for an honest review.

    14. This was a great follow-up and continuation of the story started in the first book of the series. While it has some predictability based on things mentioned and foreshadowed in the first, it was different enough to be interesting. It was nice the old characters did show up at least some in this book as well as new ones. Needed a little editing.

    15. Love how there is always something new to every girl, in this book the second princess to be found use her earthly powers to fight evil and she has also taken on a more or less motherly role of her 3 other foster siblings. Can't wait to read the next book.

    16. After reading Daughter of the Red Dawn I was hooked! I went and bought the rest of The Lost Kingdom of Fallada series. I loved this book just as much as I loved Daughter of the Red Dawn. Jocylene Sanders focus is to finish college, so she can fight for her foster siblings and get them away from that terrible foster mother. Rothatin Longspear Appears to her and tells her she needs to save Fallada and the world of men. Jocylene's heart longs for both Rothatin and Eli, a panther shifter. I absolute [...]

    17. I have no idea why I kept putting the reading of this series off, I even went out & brought the books after reading book 1 the first time. What can I say about 'Child of the Sacred Earth'???. hmmm well I'm kinda kicking myself from not reading it earlier as Alicia has done an amazing job continuing on her "The Lost Kingdom of Fallada" series. Please if you haven't read the prequel 'Beyond the Iron Gate' or book 1 'Daughter of the Red Dawn', do so immediately. The prequel gives you an amazing [...]

    18. A strong second book in this seriesAs more princesses join the fray their stories are well woven together. Jocelyn & Desdemona have more complex tales because of their more challenging pasts. There is a bit of a love triangle, but it is handled well. What I love is that this is a fairy tale, but there isn't easy love, or simple happy endings. There is a lot in the line with worlds in jeopardy, young women tasked with seemingly insurmountable responsibility, and the right path isn't always cl [...]

    19. “Child of the Sacred Earth” is book 2 in “The Lost Kingdom of Fallada” series. The author’s great love of her genre is apparent in her world-building skills and one feels easily transported to a magical realm beyond our own. Read full review in the 2013 Dec/Jan Holiday issue of InD’tale Magazine.

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