Ivey and the Airship (Aether's Edge Book 1) by Cheryl Ammeter

By Cheryl Ammeter

After years of award-winning writing for worldwide media giants Disney and Hit leisure, Cheryl Ammeter has summoned her wildest imaginings to construct the fable global of Aether. Armed with a number of deeply drawn characters, staggering settings, and indulgent instruments, Ammeter’s debut novel grabs readers through the mind's eye and pulls them into the adventures of a lively younger woman on the crossroads of accountability and destiny.
From the start, Ivey Thornton was once varied. Born with a knack for elevating a ruckus and an uncanny present for dishonest demise, Ivey is best suited for persist with in her father’s footsteps than in her mother’s. yet after the Thorntons set up her marriage to the son of a departed buddy, Ivey is compelled right into a mystery cut price together with her father. She needs to support Miles Fenchurche cut loose from the burdens of an inherited empire in go back for finishing their engagement and successful her personal independence.
During the eventful voyage to the Fenchurche property, Ivey discovers that not anything aboard the enormous airship Monarch is because it turns out. Macabre desires and visions threaten to evoke a perilous aspect of her nature. regardless of her escalating peculiarities, Ivey discovers that she will depend upon a brand new circle of neighbors who enjoy her energy and braveness, and belief at their very own chance that her higher instincts will be successful. while diabolical form shifters start to assault the ship’s passengers, Miles proves himself to be a guy of substance and a willing medical philosopher — very like Ivey herself. The star-crossed pair’s efforts to save lots of the Monarch set the degree for a heroic conflict to guard their international because the Aether’s part pentalogy starts off to unfold.
The revised moment version of Ivey and the Airship from Pantala Press deals a deeper dive into the realm of Aether, together with new hide paintings through Wylie Beckert in collaboration with Pantala Press artistic Director Bob West, plus all-new, particular images and illustrations.

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