Moon Dust by P. K. Tyler

Evolved Publishing presents an other-worldly romantic tale from the multiple award-winning author of White Chalk and The Sugar House Novellas. Discover the world of the Sualwets and the Erdlanders in Two Moons of Sera and Moon Dust. These books explore the clash of cultures, prejudice and war, and the promise of love and peace.

The Prequel to Two Moons of Sera is live now! And you can grab your copy of this wonderful novella FREE from March 23 – 25, 2015.  Please read on for my review and watch the trailer for the book that started it all!

Moon Dust

Every now and then I want to escape into a fantasy world, and Pavarti K. Tyler’s Two Moons of Sera was exactly the sort of read I would choose. With great world building and a wonderful story, Sera came to life and stayed with me for long after the book was closed.  The only thing missing was Sera’s mother’s story: how did Nilafay come to the island, and just why did she not contact her own family and kind?

In this novella, Tyler expands on the world and story of Nilafay: bringing us her story and explaining just why she is always so concerned for Sera.  From her early flirtations with the dangers outside the Domed City, and her joy in floating in the sun to the scandal and terror when she is kidnapped and experimented on by a race determined to rule over and discover the secrets the Sualwet keep, this was a non-stop ride.

Tyler’s ability to create descriptive language that brings readers into the world is some of the best I have read: you understand the character through their place and surroundings in ways that are unexpected and wholly unique. Answering questions about the Sualwet and the conflict while whetting the appetite for more, this short story is a wonderful addition to the Two Moons of Sera world.

I purchased a copy of the title for my own personal library. I was not compensated for this review: all conclusions are my own responsibility. 

Moon Dust by P. K. Tyler

Title: Moon Dust
Author: P.K. Tyler
Published by: Evolved Publishing
Published on: 23 March, 2015
Format:eBook
Source: Self-Purchased
Pages: 59
Rated: five-stars
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Evolved Publishing presents a short story from the multiple award-winning author of White Chalk and The Sugar House Novellas. This story, a prequel to the novel Two Moons of Sera, is the perfect quick break from your hectic day

Nilafay spends her time beneath the ocean's surface either swimming in the depths or in the artificial atmosphere of the Domed City. Despite the rules of her amphibian race, she longs to explore the world above. On the day before her wedding to the Sualwet man of her dreams, Nilafay finally wanders too far and learns just what the others had been warning her about.

A copy of this title was provided via Self-Purchased for purpose of honest review. I was not compensated for this review: all conclusions are my own responsibility.

 

Watch the Trailer for Two Moons of Sera – the story that started it all.

 

 

Be sure to check out my Review and information about Two Moons of Sera at this link

 

About Pavarti K. Tyler

Award-winning author of multi-cultural and transgressive literature, Pavarti K Tyler is usually found with Doc Martens strapped on over fishnets, and a girlish giggle as easy and likely as a throaty guffaw. She is an artist, wife, mother, and number cruncher. She graduated Smith College in 1999 with a degree in Theatre. After graduation, she moved to New York, where she worked as a Dramaturge, Assistant Director, and Production Manager on productions both on and off Broadway. Later, Pavarti went to work in the finance industry at several international law firms. She now lives with her husband, two daughters, and two terribly behaved dogs. She keeps busy working with fabulous authors as the Director of Marketing at Novel Publicity, and penning her next genre-bending novel.

“Tyler is essentially the indie scene’s Margaret Atwood; she incorporates sci-fi elements into her novels, which deal with topics such as spirituality, gender, sexuality and power dynamics.” – IndieReader

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