The Guardians’ Daughter
“If you are looking for a YA novel filled with love, loss, secrets, and a great female protagonist, this is the read for you!“
About A.M. McPherson
A.M. is a mother who is just trying to keep her anxiety under control. Writing is her outlet, and she enjoys a good cup of decaf coffee or tea (some dark chocolate doesn’t hurt either) while she works. She lives in Ohio with her hubby (who has read more of her first drafts than any sane person should), and her little dude. She loves to hike, watch ghost stories, nap, and find shapes in the clouds as they go by. Learn more about her by clicking here.
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Reviews of The Guardians’ Daughter
I initially had my doubts about the “world where ‘abilities’ are the norm” concept, thinking along the lines of The Incredibles, “if everyone is super, then nobody is.” However, McPherson sold it beautifully. This book takes that idea and builds an enthralling and fun fantasy world around it, with unusual and inventive magical abilities showing up around every corner.
McPherson offers us well-rounded, full characters with flaws and fears and fierce desires to be the best they can be. I especially loved Ember, a strong-willed young woman who has grown up in the shadow of unfortunate fame but rises up and embraces her destiny. If you know me well, you’ll know how much I love a kickass heroine!
Learn more about how the dynamic of Lime & Stella came to be in this fun short story series!
Want to learn more about the world of the Guardians? This is the place to do so! Meet the protagonists and more!
A.M. shares some of the things she’s learned along the way during her self-publishing process.