BioAndrea Pearson is an avid reader and outdoor enthusiast who plays several instruments, not including the banjo, and loves putting together musical arrangements. Her favorite sports are basketball and football, though several knee surgeries and incurably awful coordination prevent her from playing them.
Andrea graduated from Brigham Young University with a bachelor of science degree in Communications Disorders. She is the author of many full-length novels (the Kilenya Series and Mosaic Chronicles) and several novellas. Writing is the chocolate of her life - it is, in fact, the only thing she ever craves. Being with her family and close friends is where she's happiest, and she loves thunderstorms, the ocean, hiking, public speaking, painting, and traveling.
This one is next on my to-read pile! Sounds like everything I love bundled up together
Discern grabbed my attention for the very first page. Fun, realistic, and exciting characters drives the action in this book of magic, friendship, and adventure. Nicole's struggles with finding and using her magic can relate to all of us as we struggle to be who we want to be. A fun first book in what I expect is a great full series!
Wow! Really intriguing!
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Discern, Mosaic Chronicles Book One
He's dark and powerful—a magical anomaly. She's untrained and inexperienced. Can they set aside their differences in time to save themselves?
Mysterious disappearances at a popular national park force authorities to organize a university-led expedition, and they've invited undergrads to compete to be included. As a talented Arete, Austin is a natural shoo-in. And he's not the only experienced student competing. Nicole struggles a great deal with her powers, but she knows she has what it takes, and she's determined to prove that she can produce Wind magic.
With the help of her friends and advice from professors, Nicole pushes the limits of her magical abilities. As the competition heats up, however, she finds out that the trip she’s fighting for may be a one-way ticket...