Seeds in the Wind

The day has finally arrived After years of scheming, Athel is finally ready to sneak away from her island to join the federal navy But before her feet hit the deck her mother arrives with the worst condition possible She can only leave if she takes her new fianc with her Alder is everything she didn t want in a house husband Short and pale, and infuriatingly formal,The day has finally arrived After years of scheming, Athel is finally ready to sneak away from her island to join the federal navy But before her feet hit the deck her mother arrives with the worst condition possible She can only leave if she takes her new fianc with her Alder is everything she didn t want in a house husband Short and pale, and infuriatingly formal, his presence sabotages every chance she gets to wallow in her new found freedom And yet, he seems to understand her in a way no one else ever has While having a personal chef who knows what you want before you want it is certainly flattering, how could she ever accept someone who is so different from what she imagined she wanted in a man The world they explore together is vast and magical, just filled with people waiting to be offended In giant airships the federal navy patrols the skies above the wild acidic seas Each island is home to a different race, each of whom specialize in their own unique kind of magic.But after centuries of peace, the world is changing, and when Athel s island mysteriously withdraws itself from the League, she becomes the target of kidnappers, pirates, and a shape shifting assassin Even the crew of her own ship are tempted by the price on her head.As the world of Aetria teeters on the brink of war, it is going to take a lot than luck to get her and her bony fianc out of this one.Previously titled Isle of Wysteria Make Like a Tree and Leaf
Seeds in the Wind The day has finally arrived After years of scheming Athel is finally ready to sneak away from her island to join the federal navy But before her feet hit the deck her mother arrives with the worst co

  • Title: Seeds in the Wind
  • Author: Aaron Lee Yeager
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  • Page: 394
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    About the Author

    Aaron Lee Yeager

    I am a dedicated and devoted housewife, who just happens to be a guy.I come from a family of ballet dancers I know, right My parents actually met dancing at Ballet West together So, the first few years of my life were spent backstage at productions like CATS, Dreamgirls, and A Chorus Line, where I developed a lifelong aversion to stage makeup My parents even appeared in a few movies and TV shows, like Girls Just Wanna have fun, and the Tracy Ullman show, but that is about as much name dropping as I can currently muster I spent two years living in Argentina as a missionary, where I became addicted to mayonnaise, and developed a crippling fear of small dogs In college I studied aviation, and was well on my way to becoming a commercial airline pilot when I suddenly developed a rare illness that left me with severe heart damage Bed ridden for about a year, I began writing, as it was one of the few things I could do I spent the next decade writing books and taking care of my kids while my wife worked, waiting for that letter to come in the mail which never came Should have written about sparkly vampires instead When my son Stephen passed away in July of 2012, I decided that I was going to dedicate my first book to him, and I wasn t going to wait for anyone s permission to be published any I was going to do it myself.I am not one of those Ivory Tower Authors Cold, and distant, with snooty brass buttons, and a pompous red sash, wearing a cape shaped like a fancy degree, and a saber made of pretense Sounds like a good antagonist, though, doesn t it No, I m the kind of author who likes to sit down on a tree stump with the fans and share a good plate of chow after a hard days work, swapping stories and jokes around a good roaring fire.My children have given me many hand drawn awards which I proudly display on my refrigerator I also have somehow managed to hang onto a basketball participation trophy I got when I was, like, nine years old The funny thing is I don t even like basketball, but it makes for a good keepsake of my youth.I ve always been a tall guy, but I don t really think of myself as being tall I think of myself as being average height, and it is just normal for other people to be down around me at elbow level For some reason people think it is socially acceptable to ask me to help them reach things when I am at the grocery store Excuse me, sir, but you are very tall, can you grab that thing for me on the top shelf It happens at least twice a month I always feel like saying You realize I don t work here, don t you but I never do If it seems strange that it bugs me, just think of the reverse situation Excuse me, ma am, you are very short, could you reach that box for me on the bottom shelf See what I mean Not so cool now, huh

    244 Comment

    • D.L. Morrese said:
      Aug 22, 2018 - 04:32 AM

      I am beginning to suspect that the most original and enjoyable new authors are self-published. This book is a good example. Yeager’s writing is lighthearted, his characters are quirky and enjoyable, and his magic system is imaginative. This character driven fantasy is unlike most I have seen recently, although parts of it remind me a bit of Terry Pratchett’s young adult books about Tiffany Aching. This isn’t specifically a Young Adult book, though. I would put it in the category of being s [...]

    • Peter said:
      Aug 22, 2018 - 04:32 AM

      Let me preface this by saying that this is a book full of interesting ideas and a world that really deserves to be written. Most of the primary characters are better than average in concept, and a fairly compelling picture is painted of what the world is like.Now, on to the novel itself. It's so tempting to enjoy the book on the merits above alone. The beginning has much to recommend it, and aside from some minor details, seems to be off to a great start. Before long, however, the characters beg [...]

    • Angie said:
      Aug 22, 2018 - 04:32 AM

      I feel so lucky lately. . .I have had such a great run on amazing books. I have to admit though that I really didn't think I would like this one, and only downloaded it because I like the title. . .Make Like a Tree and Leaf, ha!Athel wants nothing more then to free herself from the constraints of being a princess and see the world. She joins with a Navel fleet but before she can make her escape the Queen, better know as her mother, shows up with her new husband Alder. He is everything she never [...]

    • Theresa said:
      Aug 22, 2018 - 04:32 AM

      This book has so much going on , and a lot of it had me feeling completely lost. I feel like I picked up book 5 of a 7 book series. Two of the girls are tree people where women rule and men are servants. They give birth to sons but their trees give birth to daughters. Say what?? Yeah and they have tree friends that they talk to and after they get married apparently that tee gives them daughters.One of the characters looks like a fox. Why? I don't know.One of them is a man pregnant with his baby [...]

    • Audrey said:
      Aug 22, 2018 - 04:32 AM

      This book is also known by the title "Make Like a Tree and Leaf," in case you're wondering. I think I got this book for free, but I can't really remember anymore.A lot happens in this books, so I had to skim it again after I'd finished. The story is kind of odd, but it's my kind of odd, and it was fun. I guess you could call it science fantasy for its mix of magic and high-tech stuff.A princess leaves home to join the Navy because she wants to be free from her mother. Her mother lets her go but [...]

    • Jim Sprague said:
      Aug 22, 2018 - 04:32 AM

      a surprisingly good and entertaining book, The story caught my interest early on and I could barely put it down through the first parts. Then life intruded and I had a hard time getting back into it. Then after reading a few more pages I was hooked again and read excitedly to the end. If I was to find anything I didn't like about this story is that its ending is obviously leading on into the next story. Its a personal preference that I usually read multi part stories only after the author has fi [...]

    • Curt said:
      Aug 22, 2018 - 04:32 AM

      a surprisingly good and entertaining book, The story caught my interest early on and I could barely put it down through the first parts. Then life intruded and I had a hard time getting back into it. Then after reading a few more pages I was hooked again and read excitedly to the end. If I was to find anything I didn't like about this story is that its ending is obviously leading on into the next story. Its a personal preference that I usually read multi part stories only after the author has fi [...]

    • Kaelyn Grant said:
      Aug 22, 2018 - 04:32 AM

      I liked the story. It is more fantasy than I usually like. The characters were believable and insightful. At the beginning I felt like I was getting a new view of *Treasure Planet* - the film. But the story progressed and became fuller than a kids show can cover.I was distracted from the story line by the constant change of perspective - the author perhaps gave too much insight for so many characters. On the whole, I was impressed by the detailed descriptions and the characters that were full of [...]

    • Moonbow said:
      Aug 22, 2018 - 04:32 AM

      I got this book for free as an ebook. As far as the writing goes it wasn't too bad and kept my interest initially. My main issue with the book is how the author portrays men. I don't know what he has against them but it was really bad.(Although if you read his bio I guess this makes more sense?) All the men acted like beaten down puppies, in a world where women reign supreme. When I got to the part where one of the male characters in his book was pregnant I had to stop. I deleted both books off [...]

    • Camilla Hansen said:
      Aug 22, 2018 - 04:32 AM

      The only reason I give it 4 and not 5, is mainly because (view spoiler)[ she ended up with Alder and not Privet (hide spoiler)]. Maybe that's just because I have other preferences, but I do applaud making me care enough about Athel, Alder and Privet and the relationships. The action, the ship crew and the world was captivating, pulling me in to know more of all the different races and their specific abilities and attributes. A very humorous and delightful read!

    • Zippergirl said:
      Aug 22, 2018 - 04:32 AM

      More fun than a barrel of flying monkeys. Love the topsy turvy world, purchased and read all three books and found them delightful with lots of LOL moments. Note: the typos number in the hundreds for the trilogy; I found myself so distracted by page after page after page of errors and misuse of words. I really hope Mr Yeager will keep writing, and will re-release these books after a thorough housekeeping so I can recommend them to my friends.

    • Cari said:
      Aug 22, 2018 - 04:32 AM

      This is a self published, first book, and is quite charming. The author has great potential as an up and coming fantasy author. I'm excited to see his future endeavors, for he is a great storyteller.

    • Aaron Yeager said:
      Aug 22, 2018 - 04:32 AM

    • Sabine Osman said:
      Aug 22, 2018 - 04:32 AM

      Erstaunlich anders und sehr unterhaltsam.

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