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Illustrated Full Color, High Definition(HD) Science Fiction/Fantasy large format book, low price! Magic is an advanced science that humans don't understand. Two young people are betrothed at birth and forced by alien races to serve as the secret King and Queen of contemporary Earth: from the UK, Stefan, a seventh-grade artistic prodigy and from the US, Tova, a nineteen-year Illustrated Full Color, High Definition(HD) Science Fiction/Fantasy large format book, low price! Magic is an advanced science that humans don't understand. Two young people are betrothed at birth and forced by alien races to serve as the secret King and Queen of contemporary Earth: from the UK, Stefan, a seventh-grade artistic prodigy and from the US, Tova, a nineteen-year-old life sciences genius. Both were raised as humans and left to discover that they will be immortal at age nineteen. Using their emerging magic, they must protect the kingdom of Earth from unwanted alien intrusions. Shy, reclusive Stefan is ripped from his childhood and has eight weeks to learn to rule. Tova must do more than love Stefan - she must keep him sane or kill him to protect humans from his irrational use of his powers. In this second part of the four part serial storyline, Tova2 and Stefan discover immortal love-a new species so lonely, so vulnerable to extinction. The Queen of Sophista's unbridled ambition twists Stefan's mind. Will Tova2, the new chief enforcer, kill the Queen to protect her love? Will Stefan's teen meltdowns drive his enormous power to accidentally kill everyone? Stefan, the bio-battleground for so many races, struggles to understand who he is. Did his mentor and friend, Elof2, steal Tova2's heart? Perhaps... but perhaps Stefan, with the help of the Great Sophistan and Tova2, will discover the king of all within. The LCC Edition is a large format book with 16 Full Color high definition illustrations and color text effects. This book has a slightly smaller font than the Trade Paperback sized Collector's Edition and is a low cost alternative to it. Quick Purchase Link $13.99: https://www.createspace.com/4544921


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Illustrated Full Color, High Definition(HD) Science Fiction/Fantasy large format book, low price! Magic is an advanced science that humans don't understand. Two young people are betrothed at birth and forced by alien races to serve as the secret King and Queen of contemporary Earth: from the UK, Stefan, a seventh-grade artistic prodigy and from the US, Tova, a nineteen-year Illustrated Full Color, High Definition(HD) Science Fiction/Fantasy large format book, low price! Magic is an advanced science that humans don't understand. Two young people are betrothed at birth and forced by alien races to serve as the secret King and Queen of contemporary Earth: from the UK, Stefan, a seventh-grade artistic prodigy and from the US, Tova, a nineteen-year-old life sciences genius. Both were raised as humans and left to discover that they will be immortal at age nineteen. Using their emerging magic, they must protect the kingdom of Earth from unwanted alien intrusions. Shy, reclusive Stefan is ripped from his childhood and has eight weeks to learn to rule. Tova must do more than love Stefan - she must keep him sane or kill him to protect humans from his irrational use of his powers. In this second part of the four part serial storyline, Tova2 and Stefan discover immortal love-a new species so lonely, so vulnerable to extinction. The Queen of Sophista's unbridled ambition twists Stefan's mind. Will Tova2, the new chief enforcer, kill the Queen to protect her love? Will Stefan's teen meltdowns drive his enormous power to accidentally kill everyone? Stefan, the bio-battleground for so many races, struggles to understand who he is. Did his mentor and friend, Elof2, steal Tova2's heart? Perhaps... but perhaps Stefan, with the help of the Great Sophistan and Tova2, will discover the king of all within. The LCC Edition is a large format book with 16 Full Color high definition illustrations and color text effects. This book has a slightly smaller font than the Trade Paperback sized Collector's Edition and is a low cost alternative to it. Quick Purchase Link $13.99: https://www.createspace.com/4544921

30 review for The Saeshell Book of Time, Part 2: Rebirth of Innocents

  1. 5 out of 5

    Rusty Biesele

    I wrote it so I think it's excellent. This one is the full color edition. Not only is it in full color but the print is much more vivid and crisp as the color process is a much higher resolution/higher quality process than the standard paperback. I wrote it so I think it's excellent. This one is the full color edition. Not only is it in full color but the print is much more vivid and crisp as the color process is a much higher resolution/higher quality process than the standard paperback.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Joshua Macer

    *Won this book along with book 1 on Goodreads* Once again I was able to dive into Biesele's written world. Book two continues with the Saeshell series. Once again I will give just my thoughts on the book without giving anything away about the book. (It will be well worth your time). Biesele once again paints an amazingly vivid picture. His descriptions keep right on par with the descriptions of the story world he built in book 1. I continue to enjoy the character progression in this series. If yo *Won this book along with book 1 on Goodreads* Once again I was able to dive into Biesele's written world. Book two continues with the Saeshell series. Once again I will give just my thoughts on the book without giving anything away about the book. (It will be well worth your time). Biesele once again paints an amazingly vivid picture. His descriptions keep right on par with the descriptions of the story world he built in book 1. I continue to enjoy the character progression in this series. If you are looking for a good book whether you are young or old this is a must read.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Micah Wilger

    Biesele does not fail to deliver in the second part of this fascinating and intricate series. Those who have read the first book will enjoy how the sequel keeps all of the lush world details and literary eye-candy of its predecessor, but also adds a new depth to the main characters. The plot thickens as new potential friends and enemies emerge from the woodwork. Tova2 and Stefan feature much more prominently in this book, as does Paul25. The three of them form a triangle of emotion and developing Biesele does not fail to deliver in the second part of this fascinating and intricate series. Those who have read the first book will enjoy how the sequel keeps all of the lush world details and literary eye-candy of its predecessor, but also adds a new depth to the main characters. The plot thickens as new potential friends and enemies emerge from the woodwork. Tova2 and Stefan feature much more prominently in this book, as does Paul25. The three of them form a triangle of emotion and developing wisdom, which is truly enjoyable to watch unfold. This triangle culminates with a literal combination of consciousness, making the three-as-one character(s) deeply involved with the events of the story and with each other. Newly blossoming romance between Tova and Stefan is crafted with care, Paul25 acting as a symbolic son to the two of them. This relationship is important to the plot, but does not overwhelm the story by any means. Stefan's mother also provides an intriguing character study, embodying envy, possessive love and also a paradoxical hopefulness in spite of her inner darkness. This book is more involved than the first, which I had not initially thought possible, but therein lies the great skill of the author's writing. New secrets are revealed as the main characters gain new powers and abilities. While the first book was in many ways an exposition of Sophista's past, Rebirth of Innocents mostly takes place in the present, but there are some flashbacks to key events that serve to add more detail to the gradually unfolding timeline. While moving the plot forward a good deal, Rebirth of Innocents still leaves questions unanswered, waiting creatures to incubate in the reader's mind. All in all, while this book was not as wham-bang as the previous installment, the depth and intimacy of the book 's connection with its characters more than makes up for this, and Rusty Biesele manages to add even more to the steadily growing world of Sophista.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Rusty Biesele

    I wrote it so I like it. Book #2 will challenge your notion of what life is and what is a familial relationship. You will cry for the 7th grade boy, Stefan, forced into adult roles because of his impending kingship, and the gentle intellectual Tova2 as she is forced down the road to becoming the killer queen.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Giselle Cobb

    Thank you for the opportunity to read this book, we have received both books and my son is really looking forward to reading them, I will update the review once he's finished and gives me his input :) Thank you for the opportunity to read this book, we have received both books and my son is really looking forward to reading them, I will update the review once he's finished and gives me his input :)

  6. 5 out of 5

    Patricia Mick

    this is a great ya series. magic,science it has it all.kids and adults both will love it. won book 1 in the goodreads contest and coulnt wait to read the others

  7. 4 out of 5

    Ashley E

    Part 2 of The Saeshell Book of Time picks up right where the first book leaves off. We get to follow along as Tova2 learns about her new abilities as a Sophistan-human (and more) and watch as she finally raises Stefan. She learns some hard lessons along the way about what it means to live on Sophista, but will it be worth in the end? She clearly thinks so... but I'm going to have to keep reading to find out! (view spoiler)[The tension and secret between the Sophistans was a shocker and added ano Part 2 of The Saeshell Book of Time picks up right where the first book leaves off. We get to follow along as Tova2 learns about her new abilities as a Sophistan-human (and more) and watch as she finally raises Stefan. She learns some hard lessons along the way about what it means to live on Sophista, but will it be worth in the end? She clearly thinks so... but I'm going to have to keep reading to find out! (view spoiler)[The tension and secret between the Sophistans was a shocker and added another intriguing dimension to the story. (hide spoiler)] I found that as I met more Pauls and Peters, I was more easily able to see the differences in them, their individual personalities and quirks that made them seem more "human". Watching as the characters evolve and change, grow, is a joy in any book. Moving forward and becoming more is what life is about, and this book exemplifies it beautifully. I feel like I more understand what Biesele is attempting in this series, but I could be wrong. Still, I think the more you read about the Children of Sophista, the more you're going to enjoy it. In particular, I can't wait to find out more about the Lukes, those mysterious older Sophistan-humans. I feel drawn to them most for a couple reasons. They're closest to my age, and I can sympathize with their loneliness and feeling of desertion. Troubled characters interest me, and the Lukes' relative "maturity" is an interesting contrast to the rest of the Sophistan-humans. Also, I want to smack Anashivalia; I don't trust her... [I received this book for free through First Reads and was not required to write a positive or any other type of review. All opinions stated herein are solely my own.]

  8. 5 out of 5

    Bern

    I won this book from First Reads. I enjoyed it a lot more than the first book, probably because the book-within-a-book gimmick seemed to have disappeared and the reader is now presumed to be familiar with the universe. That said, there wasn't much in the way of plot in this book. I did grow to care about some of the characters, though, at least enough to become convinced that the "love" between seventh-grade Stefan and 19-year-old Tova2 is a more than a little bit creepy. Altogether, it was an e I won this book from First Reads. I enjoyed it a lot more than the first book, probably because the book-within-a-book gimmick seemed to have disappeared and the reader is now presumed to be familiar with the universe. That said, there wasn't much in the way of plot in this book. I did grow to care about some of the characters, though, at least enough to become convinced that the "love" between seventh-grade Stefan and 19-year-old Tova2 is a more than a little bit creepy. Altogether, it was an enjoyable if not particularly thought-provoking read.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Michael Kochuga

    After reading the first novel, the anticipation of the story's continuation was so thick in the house that one could slice it. She (the young lady whom I acquired this and the first story for) has tore into this book voraciously and polished it off faster then I could believe. Looks like I will be acquiring the next stage of this saga very soon. All in all she has adored the deilcately painted structure of the books and appears very vested in the outcome of each and every even, though I am sure After reading the first novel, the anticipation of the story's continuation was so thick in the house that one could slice it. She (the young lady whom I acquired this and the first story for) has tore into this book voraciously and polished it off faster then I could believe. Looks like I will be acquiring the next stage of this saga very soon. All in all she has adored the deilcately painted structure of the books and appears very vested in the outcome of each and every even, though I am sure she would word far simpler: 'AWESOME'.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Mona

    My young teenage son (13) really liked this book, and has read it several times already. His favorite character is Stefan, because he and Stefan have a lot in common. The pace of the story is ideal for an advanced learner, and the story engaging. Especially intriguing for my son was when Paul25 teaches Tova2 how to use her talents - an important tool for all pre-teens and teens to have!

  11. 4 out of 5

    Patricia

    This series is amazing! There is so much to it, it hooks you in and takes you on this roller coaster of a ride. The artwork again is beautiful and if you are lucky enough to get the full color version, breath taking. This is not light reading, the story is complicated and intricate. Yet, you are still able to follow along. I recommend this book and series, it is so worth it.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Khalia Hades

    Just as I said on the book one review, the illustrations are amazing, and the story is intriguing. Not difficult to follow at all. It is brilliant and so magical. Can't wait to read the third book in the Children of Sophista series. Just as I said on the book one review, the illustrations are amazing, and the story is intriguing. Not difficult to follow at all. It is brilliant and so magical. Can't wait to read the third book in the Children of Sophista series.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Melissa Wallace

    I have fallen in love with this series, and book #2 was every bit as good as the first one. I love how unique but well fleshed-out the story and characters are. Will definitely keep and read again.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Rebecca

    This Was A Wonderful Series! My neice loved it! I definitely intend to get the third one for her!

  15. 4 out of 5

    Sarah-Jayne Briggs

    (I received a free copy of this book from the author). (This review may contain spoilers). I think I definitely liked this book better than the first one. It was easier to relate to the characters in this one. I particularly liked Paul25's and Tova2's growing relationship. It was really sweet how things progressed until they were more like mother and son. It didn't seem quite as realistic with Stefan and Paul1, though. I would have liked to see more of their relationship form. I did feel that things (I received a free copy of this book from the author). (This review may contain spoilers). I think I definitely liked this book better than the first one. It was easier to relate to the characters in this one. I particularly liked Paul25's and Tova2's growing relationship. It was really sweet how things progressed until they were more like mother and son. It didn't seem quite as realistic with Stefan and Paul1, though. I would have liked to see more of their relationship form. I did feel that things made a lot more sense with this book. It was nice to see events actually happening, rather than through flashbacks. I was a bit disappointed not to see more of Elof2 until the end, though - I'd like to have seen how things progressed to Paul7 wanting him to be his father. I did quite like the fact that all of the clones had their own personalities. There were some really sweet moments in the book, too - like with how bothered Peter2 is about Paul1. I'm still kind of confused about the thing with Atreyu, though. I'm not sure if there were two characters with the same name, or if the Atreyu Paul25 knew was the same one from the first book. The different types of writing were easier to read in this book as well. I did notice a few errors, though. There was one part where the tense changed from present to past. I've started reading the third book in this series and it's currently just as good as this one. I think this is a good series so far and certainly worth the read.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Alesia Sisco

    I love the magical powers, and I mean POWERS in the hands of children! Imagine having unbridled power to inflict pain on a bully--like s/he had made you endure. It would feel good I think. To most, yes. But, to one who is supposed to RULE in the days to come, he must find balance. He continues his search for understanding of everything he encounters. This second book carries on the story lines of the 1st. This author has well thought out the characters and how they intermingle over time and spac I love the magical powers, and I mean POWERS in the hands of children! Imagine having unbridled power to inflict pain on a bully--like s/he had made you endure. It would feel good I think. To most, yes. But, to one who is supposed to RULE in the days to come, he must find balance. He continues his search for understanding of everything he encounters. This second book carries on the story lines of the 1st. This author has well thought out the characters and how they intermingle over time and space. Book #2 is intelligent, witty, very descriptive, with the illustrations that are unmatched! Awesome illustrations!! They are vivid, leaving nothing to the imagination. The colors lead your mind. This isn't your parents young adult book of yesteryear!!! I received this book through the giveaway at Goodreads!! I am glad I did and can't wait to read #3.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Cris Gartner

    I really have gotten into this series. I now understand what character is doing what and anticipate what they are going to do. I am now on book 3 and cannot wait to see what happens and if it is like I think it's going to happen. I would recommend this book to whoever enjoys I'm not sure of a category. I think it can be in any of these: "fantasy", teens- or sci-fi , or ???!! It could go in all. It's interesting how they "make" a "person/fairy" too. I do know I do not trust Stefan's Mom. She i I really have gotten into this series. I now understand what character is doing what and anticipate what they are going to do. I am now on book 3 and cannot wait to see what happens and if it is like I think it's going to happen. I would recommend this book to whoever enjoys I'm not sure of a category. I think it can be in any of these: "fantasy", teens- or sci-fi , or ???!! It could go in all. It's interesting how they "make" a "person/fairy" too. I do know I do not trust Stefan's Mom. She is up to no good-as is Paul2 I think that is the right Paul. Sorry sometimes they confuse me lol But it is a really good series.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Rebecca Hughes

    I won a copy of this book in the goodreads giveaway. I think this is a wonderful book for kids with a very scientific mind. I myself get bored with all the terminology and detail but I know that lots of people love this kind of stuff. I was satisfied to know that it is a book that I can pass along to my kids since it is age appropriate for anyone aged 9 and older. I would say it would be okay for anyone really but I think if they are younger than nine it might be a bit too complicated of a book.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Christal Amor Maravilla

    REbirth of the Innocents really brought a deeper sense of emotion in the story... Again Biesele did an excellent job, reading it is like watching a movie, the details and all, its like it may occur in reality, and it sheds a brighter light on things, I can't wait to read book 3, so far my favourite character is Stefan, on book 1 it was Ty... I am so excited of what's going to happen next and my mind is filled with questions, Biesele is really good in playing with the readers mind... Hopefully th REbirth of the Innocents really brought a deeper sense of emotion in the story... Again Biesele did an excellent job, reading it is like watching a movie, the details and all, its like it may occur in reality, and it sheds a brighter light on things, I can't wait to read book 3, so far my favourite character is Stefan, on book 1 it was Ty... I am so excited of what's going to happen next and my mind is filled with questions, Biesele is really good in playing with the readers mind... Hopefully there will be a movie base on this and I bet it would really be good.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Heather

    Book two of the Saeshell series once again delivers where book one left off with the amazing character progression, enchanting storyline, and out of this world illustrations. Once again I could barely put the book down without fear of my son stealing it away from me. After reading the book, my son and I would spend more time discussing everything from the characters and their world to the beautiful pictures that appeared on every page. We cannot wait to continue reading more of what this author Book two of the Saeshell series once again delivers where book one left off with the amazing character progression, enchanting storyline, and out of this world illustrations. Once again I could barely put the book down without fear of my son stealing it away from me. After reading the book, my son and I would spend more time discussing everything from the characters and their world to the beautiful pictures that appeared on every page. We cannot wait to continue reading more of what this author has in store for us in book three.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Magdalana Conin

    Again we loved this book as much as the first. So great to be there while Stephan and Tova2 grow up. Now I must confess that I would read book 3 even if my 5 and 11 year olds didn't love it, the story has gotten to me. This is the most original childrens writing i have ever seen and it's good to see books other than things like The Dork Diaries which don't stimulate or ask kids to use their imaginations. So to Rusty A Biesele, you are an amazing author and have captured our attention, thank you f Again we loved this book as much as the first. So great to be there while Stephan and Tova2 grow up. Now I must confess that I would read book 3 even if my 5 and 11 year olds didn't love it, the story has gotten to me. This is the most original childrens writing i have ever seen and it's good to see books other than things like The Dork Diaries which don't stimulate or ask kids to use their imaginations. So to Rusty A Biesele, you are an amazing author and have captured our attention, thank you for sharing this with us.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Courtney

    It was just as intense as the first book and just as great if not even better. The story line was greatly formulated although sometimes I had to go back and read something over to fully understand it but that's normal, characters especially the mains were fully developed and the detailing and description left nothing out, It's an all around successful book and to wrap it all up the cover is an instant eye catcher.(won this book through Goodreads). It was just as intense as the first book and just as great if not even better. The story line was greatly formulated although sometimes I had to go back and read something over to fully understand it but that's normal, characters especially the mains were fully developed and the detailing and description left nothing out, It's an all around successful book and to wrap it all up the cover is an instant eye catcher.(won this book through Goodreads).

  23. 5 out of 5

    Ceecee

    I was so excited when I received this novel! Once again, the author has written a highly entertaining, beautifully illustrated novel for YA! After reading the first novel with my 11 yr. old, I was kicked off of this project, as my husband loves anything Sci-Fi. They were enthralled throughout and had a blast! The story line flows with ease and artwork is so detailed, you notice something different each time you look at it. Wonderful book!

  24. 5 out of 5

    Darcee Kraus

    An amazing story with breathtaking artwork! It will truly give you new ideas of this world and new world to have even bigger ideas about. I'm already looking into getting a book in the full color edition! Give it a chance, you will fall in love :) Darcee Kraus Mckinleyville, CA http://www.etsy.com/shop/BlassGlass An amazing story with breathtaking artwork! It will truly give you new ideas of this world and new world to have even bigger ideas about. I'm already looking into getting a book in the full color edition! Give it a chance, you will fall in love :) Darcee Kraus Mckinleyville, CA http://www.etsy.com/shop/BlassGlass

  25. 4 out of 5

    Moon

    Really not a book to read in an afternoon with kids babbling and dogs barking... but if you can get a quiet place to read it and you have read the first one, you will love this one. I cried, I laughed. The story is intricate and wonderful, and I am feeling like I know these characters. I can't wait to read the third. I am so happy I was lucky enough to win this book on goodreads! Really not a book to read in an afternoon with kids babbling and dogs barking... but if you can get a quiet place to read it and you have read the first one, you will love this one. I cried, I laughed. The story is intricate and wonderful, and I am feeling like I know these characters. I can't wait to read the third. I am so happy I was lucky enough to win this book on goodreads!

  26. 4 out of 5

    Autumn Banks

    This book is just as astonishingly well put together as the first. I received the color edition of the book, and find the artwork incredible. The book itself I found a bit easier to read than the first, as I am growing more familiar with the author's unique style of portraying this universe. As the first book, the details are impeccable. This book is just as astonishingly well put together as the first. I received the color edition of the book, and find the artwork incredible. The book itself I found a bit easier to read than the first, as I am growing more familiar with the author's unique style of portraying this universe. As the first book, the details are impeccable.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Nicole Jenkins

    My son read book 1 of this series and loved it. He has now completed book 2!I am happy to say that book 2 held his attention just like book 1. He loved it! He cameto me often saying "Mom you're not going to believe what's happening now". I love it when a book can capture a child's attention like this series has done with my child. My son read book 1 of this series and loved it. He has now completed book 2!I am happy to say that book 2 held his attention just like book 1. He loved it! He cameto me often saying "Mom you're not going to believe what's happening now". I love it when a book can capture a child's attention like this series has done with my child.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Eula Mae

    This is a truly amazing book!! I loved every minute of it from beginning to end!! It lives up to the expectation of the one before it and it even exceeds my expectations of how it would be. The book's witty characters and surprising turn of events made me not want to put the book down for a single minute!! This is a truly amazing book!! I loved every minute of it from beginning to end!! It lives up to the expectation of the one before it and it even exceeds my expectations of how it would be. The book's witty characters and surprising turn of events made me not want to put the book down for a single minute!!

  29. 5 out of 5

    Sharon Escareno

    we recieved the 1st book loved it. Got the second book and i could not put it diwn and neither could my 9 year old daughter. I have told my sisters and nieces and they are looking forward to reading the books too. These books are unique and fun to read. Keep writing these awesome books. Cant wait to read another books

  30. 4 out of 5

    Kimberly

    Another great book from Rusty. This is the continuation of the Saeshell series and once again, my daughter and I both devoured this book. The descriptions and world are written so vividly that you can actually visualize what the author paints. I also love that it is a book that not only I can enjoy, but my daughters can as well. This is a definite must read for all ages!

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