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  • Beyond the God Sea

  • Betrothed
  • By: Elora Morgan
  • Narrated by: Madison Alcala
  • Length: 7 hrs and 58 mins
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Summary

No man may touch Zaria. Not even her own father.

Envy of the other girls, Zaria was born for the sea. Nobody questions her fate as the chosen braenese to marry Keroe, God of the Sea - least of all her. 

And even if she did, she has no choice. 

When Zaria’s wedding day finally arrives, she'll become the only islander of her generation permitted to cross into the God Sea. There’s nothing more she could possibly want. 

Until a curious boy washes up on her palm-fringed paradise, and Zaria defies sacred law to hide the unconscious stranger.

There are only two possibilities with his strange (and strangely handsome) face: He’s either a village anomaly or the Sea God himself, in disguise. The alluring boy-creature couldn’t have come from anywhere else, because there is no other land in all the ocean. 

But when the scoundrel awakens, he has the gall to ambush Zaria.

As three pageants leading up to her wedding turn unexpectedly deadly and the enigma of its true purpose looms, Zaria is torn between her long-desired fate as Sea Queen and the infuriating boy who tells her that everything her people know is a lie.

©2020 Elora Morgan (P)2022 Elora Morgan

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  • 12-07-22

Meh...

Maybe it was triggering for my own experience of distancing myself from religion, maybe it was just a story that I could see coming from the start. But I'm sad I used a credit on it.

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  • SZ Davies
  • 21-05-22

What an amazing book!

Wow! I'm not sure what I expected from this book, but I have to say I was certainly not disappointed!

On a secluded island, Zaria is prepared to become the bride of the sea god Keroe. But when she meets an unusually strange boy, everything Zaria thought she knew and believed is called into question.

The world is not what she thought. Nor is her future...

I absolutely loved this book from start to finish! Zaria is a fantastic character, the setting is so unique, and the world-building is amazing. If you love romance, fantasy, and a hint of dystopia, you NEED to read this book!

I listened to the audiobook version, and the narration was great at capturing the voices of the characters. I am looking forward to the release of the next audiobook in the series!

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  • 10-09-21

Can't wait to listen to the next book in the trilo

Wasn't caught right off. Since it was different than the books I normally read. I think it was chapter 3 where I got hooked and didn't want it to end. But once it ended I was happy to learn that there was more to come in the next book. Also, the narrator surprised me with so many different voices. That's what especially made the story really come life.