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Rhuna and her family have boarded a ship for the land of Varappa seeking shelter from the evilness that has threatened their lives and the lives of all Atlans. Forced into exile to survive, Rhuna makes some discoveries and difficult choices. The Dark Master reveals himself and challenges Rhuna. Can she defeat the Dark Master or will she give in to his desires?
Barbara Underwood continues the series with a serious look at right and wrong, one’s ethics and change. To save her world, Rhuna must take a long hard look at what is right and what she must do to keep her loved ones safe.
Rhuna: New Horizons is a well written, highly descriptive story with a solid storyline, dialog and character depth. There are moments of terror, happiness, and sadness. Underwood’s strength lies in her talented writing style and creative mind. This is a story that stays with the reader long after the last page is turned. Is there a middle place between right and wrong? Is it truly a place one can survive and be happy? Is there any turning back?
Readers cannot help but connect to the characters and the uncertainty of moving to a new place and learning new ways. The values one has is called into question repeatedly – at which point is it OK to stand up for what you believe and when to challenge others?
Rhuna has grown with each book but is still innocent in some ways. Her family is strong but separated by the Dark Master in different ways. Can Rhuna, a strong but innocent woman bring her family back together and keep them safe. This is something every mother, wife, sister and friend has asked themselves.
WordsAPlenty gives Barbara Underwood a strong 5-star rating for her talent to make her readers question their actions and beliefs as well as her storytelling strength.
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