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Eleanor, a timid orphan, has no clue to her real purpose, but she also has no desire to become a subservient old maid, like the miserable nuns she is forced to with. Eleanor believes Edward, whom she loves, will save her from being forced to take vows. She knows Mother Superior has no intention of letting her leave–her songs are the only thing keeping the grey mist at bay. Her devastation is complete when she discovers Edward is a prince and heir to the throne, but it is the impetus she needs to leave the safety of the abbey and go in search of her long lost father.
She doesn’t get far before discovering her true destiny. With only her instincts to protect her, she must match wits with a powerful being intent on the destruction of her world. If she does not find The Perfect Tear and release its healing power into the land, she will become an accomplice in the destruction of all she loves.
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My Thoughts on The Perfect Tear
I would classify this book as young adult, action/adventure, science fiction. It has good grammar and spelling. The plot is interesting if a bit slower than I’d like. It had alot of action, but almost too much action and of course our heroes continue to survive when the odds were not in their favor.
If your are a religious person you may not like that this book has another version of God, which is the race you first meet. They do worship God in the book, but other than some nuns and this premise I would not call the book religious.
I had trouble finishing the book, I understand my copy did not have curly cues between changing characters points of views and the newer version does. Without the notation to tell you your changing characters it looks like it’s another paragraph and half way through you realize its from a different point of view.
Connie Lansberg is a singer/songwriter, scriptwriter and now author with the publication of her first book The Perfect Tear. Connie studied script writing at AFTR and has had songs placed in major Australian TV series. She has just complete an album of songs connected to the book and will be performing these live at her weekly jazz gig in Melbourne.
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