Check out Sarah Brentyn’s Friday Feature, On the Reef, today featuring Serang by C. S. Boyack. I enjoyed reading Sarah’s take on this one, and I think you will, too. And don’t forget to pass it along, if you can. Thanks! And thanks To Sarah, as well! 🙂 ❤
On the Reef is a series featuring fabulous indie authors from around the blogosphere and beyond. Titles, covers, and blurbs that catch my eye, new releases, great reads… Basically, authors I’d like to highlight and works I’d like to share with my fellow book-loving word nerds. Happy Reading!
Monastic life is all about duty, service, and harmony. For Serang, a young girl abandoned at the temple by her mother after the death of her father, that life becomes all she knows. The monks give her purpose, and become her new family.
When political upheaval brings chaos throughout the land, Serang again loses everything and everyone she loves. Alone, she struggles to survive. She convinces a wandering monk to take her under his wing and complete her training. Thus begin her adventures through strange lands and her trials to become a confident, capable, independent…
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