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#195783 in Books 2015-08-17Original language:English 9.00 x 1.28 x 6.00l, #File Name: 0993339115512 pages | File size: 44.Mb Elizabeth-Rose Best : The Naiad Chronicles - Vision: Book One (Volume 1) before purchasing it in order to gage whether or not it would be worth my time, and all praised The Naiad Chronicles - Vision: Book One (Volume 1): 1 of 1 people found the following review helpful. I completely enjoyed this bookBy VVerevvolfI completely enjoyed this book, Elizabeth-Rose Best does a wonderful job of building a world which is both fantastic and believable. The bright colors of different creatures, races, and magics combined with the darkness of pride, prejudice, deception, and greed paint a wonderful illustration of another world which is both beautifully and interestingly diverse yet with the proper shading to keep the world of fanciful creatures realistic in their mannerisms.The primary races of Naiad are
Elves, Dragons, and Human along with an originally manufactured race which is combination of these three called Serpentalis. Within the race of Elves there are 5 types of Elves: True Elves, Cave Elves, Water Elves, Claudia, and Avis. The world of Naiad also contains races such as centaurs and manticores.Yet things are stirring in the world of Naiad... someone is creating Serpentalis again, a process abhorrent to the sane as it necessitates the loss of three lives to make one... People are moving in the shadows to gain power to themselves... and while some in the world have the ability to catch glimpses of the future, what is seen tends to be inevitable, despite knowing it will happen...What would you do if you saw things and knew you could do naught to change things... what would you do if you had... Vision.1 of 1 people found the following review helpful. Likable characters, beautiful backdrops! Prepare to be transported to another world!By Imago3dSuch a wonderful read. I loved the characters and setting. This book is great it's not wordy like some books I've read. The characters are very well written and likable. The way Elizabeth writes gets you sucked right in to the story. I felt as if I was there. There haven't been many books that have done that for me recently so finding one that transports me to another world is beautiful. I will be buying the other books in this series!If you want a lovely read and have some spare time I highly recommend this book!2 of 2 people found the following review helpful. Amazing Book!By AshleyWhen I first read the prologue to this book in May I knew it would be a book I would be interested in. What I didn't realize was how addicting the series really was going to be. The characters are just written so beautifully that their isn't a single one you can hate. The companions that accompany the characters have so much depth in them that they could have a book all to themselves. When I picked this book up it was hard to put down. I couldn't believe how much I became sucked into the characters world. I would dream about this series and wake up to read more. This book is great for anyone that loves to read or even for people to get into reading. It's filled with so much fun and depth in this book that you'll read it and before you know it you'll be done. This is definitely a book you can't put down and don't want to put down!!! Book one of The Naiad Chronicles quartet, Vision is a high-fantasy for teens and adults alike, featuring a comedic, light-humoured twist. As war threatens to break out between the elven clans, an even more sinister force is at work; the dragons, the source of all Naiad's magic, are disappearing. When a group of strange soldiers arrives from the north, the balance of nature begins to tilt and the clairvoyants are swathed in visions announcing the return of a potentially deadly foe - the Phoenix. It's up to the half-bred elf Paolini and his enigmatic human companion Dustin, along with Dustin's adopted dragon Kiki, to find and solve the mystery of the diminishing dragons, and end up witnessing the recreation of a force the world had long since chosen to forget. About the AuthorElizabeth-Rose (Rosie for short) Best has always been interested in storytelling. After completing her degree in Design for Digital Media at the Robert Gordon University in Aberdeen, fate seemed pretty content to push her down the book-writing path. Between hand-sewing custom plush toys and writing The Naiad Chronicles, she also works on digital art, watercolours, sculpture and crochet. Knitting still eludes her.Her interests include dragons, dogs, dragons, dinosaurs, chocolate, dragons and dragons.