Tuesday, April 7, 2009

Review of Aria of the Sea by, Dia Calhoun

Aria of the Sea by, Dia Calhoun is a tale of a young girl finding her true calling in life.Cerinthe, our main character always wanted to be a dancer, or so she thinks.She travels to the city of Faranor to fulfill her dreams at the School of Royal Dancers.While there she encounters many hardships and trails that help lead her to her true calling of being a healer.
Aria of the sea is a pretty predictable story line it follows a very basic story line, without too many unpredictable moments. It's a lovely story the writing style is very easy to read,and the story itself might leave a smile on your face.the dancing terminology might be a little hard to follow if you're not a dancer.
I give it 3 out of 5 stars.
Sara Schuster

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