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Mayan Blood (The Stone Legacy Series Book 1) by [DaLayne, Theresa]
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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1839 KB
  • Print Length: 367 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Limitless Publishing LLC (29 Dec. 2015)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B018RT2350
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars 6 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #384,515 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Zanya is an orphan living in an institute with no family, no last name and only one friend called Tara, to keep her sane. Suffering from night terrors every night, from which she awakes with new bruises and marks that no one believe are from the evil entities residing in her dream and not the result of her own self-harming.

One night, after a fire drill Zanya and her friend find themselves whisked by a guy named Renato. Where piece by piece her life starts to unravel....

This is the debut novel from Therese DaLayne and one I have been wanting to read for a while but I am not going to lie, it took me several attempts to get into this book but once I was resolved to sit down and read it, I found that around chapter 3 I didn't want to put it down.

This is the first novel I have read containing the Mayan civilization and I really enjoyed it. It is such a unique idea and I loved it! In particular I loved the way the author managed to weave the history into her story, it made for a very intriguing read.

I can't wait to know more about these characters and learn what is install for them.

I gave it four stars.
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Mayan Blood (The Stone Legacy 1) Theresa DaLayne 4 Stars

Zanya was abandoned at a young age and has since then grown up in an orphanage. She has to deal with some terrifying nightmares, some of which she wakes with physical injuries, her best friend Tara helps her through these. One night they find themselves transported to Belize and Zanya is re-united with family she never knew she had, nothing in her world will ever be the same again.

Zanya needs to accept she is the Guardian of the Stone and that there are so many elements out there she wasn't aware of. Can she adapt to her new life and will she be able to re-cover the stone and keep it safe ?

I really enjoyed the story as a whole including the mystery, love triangle, suspense and action however, I felt it needed to be pulled together in places. Whilst this is a great read and I thoroughly enjoyed this - I personally didn't feel that amazing pull that makes me not want to put the book down. Having said that this one did fully capture my imagination and I loved the characters and their abilities.

I am looking forward to reading the next book in this series.
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If you like Harry Potter, Dr. Who, Back to the Future, Indiana Jones, Xena and Wonder Woman, you will absolutely love Mayan Blood! A band of teen superheroes, mentored by their leader’s uncle, travel in and out of time to Central America, Europe and more to battle the dark side for priceless artifacts and the fate of the world.

Mayan Blood fits several genres: young adult (YA), New Adult (NA), paranormal, romance, magic, time travel, adventure and then some. To me, time travel seems the most challenging to write, with cultural, legal, financial and personal preservation issues and shifting sub-missions between time-place combinations; methods, risks and rewards of time travel and the whole timey-wimey thing, but Dalayne proves herself worthy with this first book in the Stone Legacy series. She deftly weaves characters’ superpowers, personal agendas, relationships, roles in the missions, voices, wardrobes and weapons across time, place and situations, while remaining true to their unique identities throughout. And the villains! They’re in cahoots with each other, have grievances against one another, make deals and time travel with the teen superheroes to various ends. In addition, Dalayne intuitively drips information at just the right flow rate. I never knew who would do what to whom around the next page corner and was frequently surprised, especially at the fight scenes.

Ohio author Dalayne has a knack for creating and solving problems for her characters. Not having a blue police box or flying DeLorean, the team addresses the issue of breathing during time travel by acquiring a primitive, yet highly effective and flexible, biological apparatus. If I told you what it was now, you'd never believe me.
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