Two Moons of Sera (Two Moons of Sera #1) by Pavarti K Tyler0
In a world where water and earth teem with life, Serafay is an anomaly. The result of genetic experiments on her mother's water-borne line Serafay will have to face the very people responsible to discover who she really is. But is she the only one?
You know when you look at a cover of a book and you're just not quite sure whether you'll like it or not? Yeah, that happened to me with this book.
Two Moons of Sera by Pavarti K Tyler is actually a very good novella, book, whichever you prefer. The plot was fun to read about although it sometimes felt rushed and skimmed over some of the more important parts that I would've loved to hear more about. Some of the twists in the course of the novel are confusing and take a couple of pages or paragraphs to clear up any unclear feeling you have. It doesn't take away, though, from the interesting way the story flows and the plot goes.
Sera and Tor are in a unique situation when it comes to the circumstances and people they find themselves around. I liked reading about their relationship as it grew. The relationship between Sera and her mother threw me for a little while because they seemed more like best friends than mother and daughter, not to discount the importance of being friends with your parents.
I liked the world created in the story and how the writing seemed to bring the story to life. It was a great story and I liked it. It's an easy read and pretty fast once you get started.