Root PDF Þ Ebook

Root PDF Þ Ebook


    Load results Apple Footer Apple Support prevent Dindi from dancing in the upcoming competition, and Kemla convinces Tamio to seduce Dindi If at first they don t succeed, they aren t above hexcraft to get their wayAnd then there is the Man in Black Devastatingly handsome, darkly powerfuland determined to kill her If at first he doesn t succeed, he isn t above starting a war to get his way, words DMR is not enabled."/>
  • ebook
  • 233 pages
  • Root
  • Tara Maya
  • English
  • 20 June 2019

10 thoughts on “Root

  1. Aimeekay Aimeekay says:

    Book four picks up after Dindi has returned to The Lost Swan tribe from her initiation at Yellow Bear While she has been made a Tavaedi thanks to her dancing in the fairy circle and NOT being killed by the fairys, everyone still assumes she has no chromas magic for those not familiar with the series and she is still treated as basically nothing better than a slave The White Lady aka Vessia aka The Corn Maiden is on the move She has heard of her son Kavio s agreement with her nephew Zumo Book four picks up after Dindi has returned to The Lost Swan tribe from her initiation at Yellow Bear While she has been made a Tavaedi thanks to her dancing in the fairy circle and NOT being killed by the fairys, everyone still assumes she has no chromas magic for those not familiar with the series and she is still treated as basically nothing better than a slave The White Lady aka Vessia aka The Corn Maiden is on the move She has heard of her son Kavio s agreement with her nephew Zumo to hold a Vooma A Dance contest amongst the top female dancers in Faearth The best will be named the Vaedi and she will choose who will rule The Rainbow Labyrinth This series is getting better and better Maya is doing an amazing job of taking the characters introduced in Dindi s visions in the previous books and bringing them into Dindi s present Plus she brought in quite a few new interesting characters, such as Umbral, a deathsworn warrior, and Amdra, the daughter of Vumo and Nangi the thought eater Or the new star of Dindi s visions, Mayara, an orphaned Aelfae who might just hold the key to solving the fairy s riddle I really liked the fact that Dindi finally seems to be coming into her own While she is still ridiculed by the members of her tribe, she issure of herself While others don t see or sense her magic, she is able to use it and at least can see it herself Honestly I didn t know if I could make it through the book if Dindi didn t at least get some sort of good coming her way In the first three books she is beaten down constantly, and while I liked them, I kept waiting for things to start going in her favor I also liked how Maya expanded into evenof Faearth We get to meet the Raptor Riders of Orange Canyon, as well as the people of the Green Woods tribehold Plus I got to find outabout the Deathsworn I was drawn into the story I have to admit though that I knew where the story was going Boy was I surprised, and not just at the end The real reason Tamio falls in love with Dindi, where Kavio has been I thought I knew the answers to both, but when the big reveal gameWell one I kinda suspected, but the otherOMG, I was soooo off But it makes me eager to see were the 5th book will take Dindi in Faearth on her quest to hold up her end of the bargain with the fairys Of course it is another cliffie.definitely a bitsevere than book 3 Spoiler alert But she softened it a bit with a final vision of Mayara It actually made me tear up it was so sweet end spoiler So far this was one of thesatisfying books in the series FINALLY a whole lot of questions about how Dindi s chromas were hidden and where they came from in the first place were cleared up The only thing I really had questions about, had nothing to do with the story itself I was actually curious about the cover of the 4th book It s beautiful, no doubt about that, but it is sooo different from the other 3 books It just threw me for a minute If you ve read the other 3 definitely pick this one up If you haven tWhere have you been I admit the whole cliffie ending of the first book was definitely a buzz kill, but as long as you have the second book handy you ll be fine The third and fourth books continue the cliffie mania, but not as severely as that first one, and considering its a 12 book saga, I kinda figure the cliffies will just keep on coming The twists and turns however in the story just keep getting better and better, I don t know how the author plans to keep it up for 12 books without it starting to drag at some point, but I gladly will keep reading to see how she does it


  2. Christine Christine says:

    I started this series a few days ago and could not put it down I can t wait for the next one Using archetypes instead of cliched stereotypes, Tara Maya does a great job creating a beautiful, compelling vision of a world and it s magic that absolutely speaks to me I adore New Mexico and the Pueblo people nad cultures there, from Hopi to Acoma to Zuni, and using their world view and culture to tell this compelling epic tale was sheer genius With touches of other native american, Indian, and po I started this series a few days ago and could not put it down I can t wait for the next one Using archetypes instead of cliched stereotypes, Tara Maya does a great job creating a beautiful, compelling vision of a world and it s magic that absolutely speaks to me I adore New Mexico and the Pueblo people nad cultures there, from Hopi to Acoma to Zuni, and using their world view and culture to tell this compelling epic tale was sheer genius With touches of other native american, Indian, and polynesian cultural and a truly disgusting Icelandic culinary touch which made me giggle , I adore these books and have become a true fan of Tara Maya and her remarkable heroine with the worst luck and a true heart, Dindi


  3. Suka Babe Suka Babe says:

    The book seem to travel in the same vain as the previous 3 books There is alot going on and the author continues to write from different points of view of other sometimes minor characters Did I like the book It s a 50 50 for me, I want to really like it but I just get annoyed with how the main character is still the victim until nearer the end and then there is a series of events that seem to happen to quickly it feels forced I mean I could deal with the cliff hanger as I expected from the o The book seem to travel in the same vain as the previous 3 books There is alot going on and the author continues to write from different points of view of other sometimes minor characters Did I like the book It s a 50 50 for me, I want to really like it but I just get annoyed with how the main character is still the victim until nearer the end and then there is a series of events that seem to happen to quickly it feels forced I mean I could deal with the cliff hanger as I expected from the other books, but the events for the main character should ve happened alot sooner in this book Would I read the next book Wing Yup Would I wait with baited breath Nah


  4. Diane Greiner Diane Greiner says:

    Although this book is written as well as the other books in the series that I have enjoyed reading, the author is losing me in the constant role of Dindi, the main character, playing the victim When It finally looked like she would stand on her own two feet, she is brought back in the victim role once again I would like to see Dindi become the strong person she is capable of I guess I will just have to see if this happens in the next book in the series If not, I believe the author will lose Although this book is written as well as the other books in the series that I have enjoyed reading, the author is losing me in the constant role of Dindi, the main character, playing the victim When It finally looked like she would stand on her own two feet, she is brought back in the victim role once again I would like to see Dindi become the strong person she is capable of I guess I will just have to see if this happens in the next book in the series If not, I believe the author will lose a lot of readers


  5. Becky Becky says:

    This is a totally entrancing and captivating read I found myself absorbed in the story from the outset and it is virtually impossible to put down Tara has a unique way of writing from different character s perspective which allows you to live the story on its journey through fantastical lands of Humans and Alfae The series is an absolute must for any fantasy fiction fan and I for one can t wait for to read her next book For anyone who has not yet read any of this series, you need to start fro This is a totally entrancing and captivating read I found myself absorbed in the story from the outset and it is virtually impossible to put down Tara has a unique way of writing from different character s perspective which allows you to live the story on its journey through fantastical lands of Humans and Alfae The series is an absolute must for any fantasy fiction fan and I for one can t wait for to read her next book For anyone who has not yet read any of this series, you need to start from book 1 Unfinished Song Initiate to understand the whole story


  6. Melissa Garcia Melissa Garcia says:

    Spoiler alert I cannot believe the author killed off Kavio, and you don t even find out until the last few pages I feel like he was too important a character to kill off I am so disappointed that I don t know whether or not I will continue reading this series Their love for one another was just as important, in my mind, as her coming into her magic The way Tara Maya included Kavio s death seemed likeof an afterthought than a well placed strategy.


  7. Emmanuelle Emmanuelle says:

    Another amazing read I can t wait for book 5 to come out and to know what happens to Dindi I love that Dindi is finally beginning to be recognized as a worthy dancer and not one to be messed with I m also loving getting to know what has been happening in her past to cause her magic to be hidden.Wonderful series and I can t wait to keep readingBook 5 please be released soon


  8. The Un-Martha The Un-Martha says:

    I m totally freaking out about how she leaves each one of her books oh Tara Maya you are one damn good story teller I m already sad that the whole series is not available yet for me to consume and I still have two books available to read before it comes to a screeching halt after book 6 Ms Maya write faster I have to know what happens to Dindi


  9. Bryn Bryn says:

    I love this series I can t wait to find out what happens next.


  10. Linda Linda says:

    I m thinking this whole book could have been scrapped from the series None the less, it was okay It wasn t good as good as the previous three but it was, okay Believe me, just okay.


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Root➼ [Download] ➹ Root By Tara Maya ➹ – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk Dindi knows her life is forfeit if she cannot solve the faery riddle of the Unfinished Song But to do that, she must first unravel the mystery of why the Aelfae hexed her whole lineage long ago Meanwh Dindi knows her life is forfeit if she cannot solve the faery riddle of the Unfinished Song But to do that, she must first unravel the mystery of why the Aelfae hexed her whole lineage long ago Meanwhile, Kemla and Tamio connive together against her Desperate to prevent Dindi from dancing in the upcoming competition, and Kemla convinces Tamio to seduce Dindi If at first they don t succeed, they aren t above hexcraft to get their wayAnd then there is the Man in Black Devastatingly handsome, darkly powerfuland determined to kill her If at first he doesn t succeed, he isn t above starting a war to get his way, words DMR is not enabled.


About the Author: Tara Maya

Tara Maya has lived in Africa, Europe and Asia She s pounded sorghum with mortar and pestle in a little clay village where the jungle meets the desert, meditated in a Buddhist monastery in the Himalayas and sailed the Volga river to a secret city that was once the heart of the Soviet space program This first hand experience, as well as research into the strange and piquant histories of lost civilizations, inspires her writing Her terrible housekeeping, however, is entirely the fault of pixies.


10 thoughts on “Root

  1. Aimeekay Aimeekay says:

    Book four picks up after Dindi has returned to The Lost Swan tribe from her initiation at Yellow Bear While she has been made a Tavaedi thanks to her dancing in the fairy circle and NOT being killed by the fairys, everyone still assumes she has no chromas magic for those not familiar with the series and she is still treated as basically nothing better than a slave The White Lady aka Vessia aka The Corn Maiden is on the move She has heard of her son Kavio s agreement with her nephew Zumo Book four picks up after Dindi has returned to The Lost Swan tribe from her initiation at Yellow Bear While she has been made a Tavaedi thanks to her dancing in the fairy circle and NOT being killed by the fairys, everyone still assumes she has no chromas magic for those not familiar with the series and she is still treated as basically nothing better than a slave The White Lady aka Vessia aka The Corn Maiden is on the move She has heard of her son Kavio s agreement with her nephew Zumo to hold a Vooma A Dance contest amongst the top female dancers in Faearth The best will be named the Vaedi and she will choose who will rule The Rainbow Labyrinth This series is getting better and better Maya is doing an amazing job of taking the characters introduced in Dindi s visions in the previous books and bringing them into Dindi s present Plus she brought in quite a few new interesting characters, such as Umbral, a deathsworn warrior, and Amdra, the daughter of Vumo and Nangi the thought eater Or the new star of Dindi s visions, Mayara, an orphaned Aelfae who might just hold the key to solving the fairy s riddle I really liked the fact that Dindi finally seems to be coming into her own While she is still ridiculed by the members of her tribe, she issure of herself While others don t see or sense her magic, she is able to use it and at least can see it herself Honestly I didn t know if I could make it through the book if Dindi didn t at least get some sort of good coming her way In the first three books she is beaten down constantly, and while I liked them, I kept waiting for things to start going in her favor I also liked how Maya expanded into evenof Faearth We get to meet the Raptor Riders of Orange Canyon, as well as the people of the Green Woods tribehold Plus I got to find outabout the Deathsworn I was drawn into the story I have to admit though that I knew where the story was going Boy was I surprised, and not just at the end The real reason Tamio falls in love with Dindi, where Kavio has been I thought I knew the answers to both, but when the big reveal gameWell one I kinda suspected, but the otherOMG, I was soooo off But it makes me eager to see were the 5th book will take Dindi in Faearth on her quest to hold up her end of the bargain with the fairys Of course it is another cliffie.definitely a bitsevere than book 3 Spoiler alert But she softened it a bit with a final vision of Mayara It actually made me tear up it was so sweet end spoiler So far this was one of thesatisfying books in the series FINALLY a whole lot of questions about how Dindi s chromas were hidden and where they came from in the first place were cleared up The only thing I really had questions about, had nothing to do with the story itself I was actually curious about the cover of the 4th book It s beautiful, no doubt about that, but it is sooo different from the other 3 books It just threw me for a minute If you ve read the other 3 definitely pick this one up If you haven tWhere have you been I admit the whole cliffie ending of the first book was definitely a buzz kill, but as long as you have the second book handy you ll be fine The third and fourth books continue the cliffie mania, but not as severely as that first one, and considering its a 12 book saga, I kinda figure the cliffies will just keep on coming The twists and turns however in the story just keep getting better and better, I don t know how the author plans to keep it up for 12 books without it starting to drag at some point, but I gladly will keep reading to see how she does it

  2. Christine Christine says:

    I started this series a few days ago and could not put it down I can t wait for the next one Using archetypes instead of cliched stereotypes, Tara Maya does a great job creating a beautiful, compelling vision of a world and it s magic that absolutely speaks to me I adore New Mexico and the Pueblo people nad cultures there, from Hopi to Acoma to Zuni, and using their world view and culture to tell this compelling epic tale was sheer genius With touches of other native american, Indian, and po I started this series a few days ago and could not put it down I can t wait for the next one Using archetypes instead of cliched stereotypes, Tara Maya does a great job creating a beautiful, compelling vision of a world and it s magic that absolutely speaks to me I adore New Mexico and the Pueblo people nad cultures there, from Hopi to Acoma to Zuni, and using their world view and culture to tell this compelling epic tale was sheer genius With touches of other native american, Indian, and polynesian cultural and a truly disgusting Icelandic culinary touch which made me giggle , I adore these books and have become a true fan of Tara Maya and her remarkable heroine with the worst luck and a true heart, Dindi

  3. Suka Babe Suka Babe says:

    The book seem to travel in the same vain as the previous 3 books There is alot going on and the author continues to write from different points of view of other sometimes minor characters Did I like the book It s a 50 50 for me, I want to really like it but I just get annoyed with how the main character is still the victim until nearer the end and then there is a series of events that seem to happen to quickly it feels forced I mean I could deal with the cliff hanger as I expected from the o The book seem to travel in the same vain as the previous 3 books There is alot going on and the author continues to write from different points of view of other sometimes minor characters Did I like the book It s a 50 50 for me, I want to really like it but I just get annoyed with how the main character is still the victim until nearer the end and then there is a series of events that seem to happen to quickly it feels forced I mean I could deal with the cliff hanger as I expected from the other books, but the events for the main character should ve happened alot sooner in this book Would I read the next book Wing Yup Would I wait with baited breath Nah

  4. Diane Greiner Diane Greiner says:

    Although this book is written as well as the other books in the series that I have enjoyed reading, the author is losing me in the constant role of Dindi, the main character, playing the victim When It finally looked like she would stand on her own two feet, she is brought back in the victim role once again I would like to see Dindi become the strong person she is capable of I guess I will just have to see if this happens in the next book in the series If not, I believe the author will lose Although this book is written as well as the other books in the series that I have enjoyed reading, the author is losing me in the constant role of Dindi, the main character, playing the victim When It finally looked like she would stand on her own two feet, she is brought back in the victim role once again I would like to see Dindi become the strong person she is capable of I guess I will just have to see if this happens in the next book in the series If not, I believe the author will lose a lot of readers

  5. Becky Becky says:

    This is a totally entrancing and captivating read I found myself absorbed in the story from the outset and it is virtually impossible to put down Tara has a unique way of writing from different character s perspective which allows you to live the story on its journey through fantastical lands of Humans and Alfae The series is an absolute must for any fantasy fiction fan and I for one can t wait for to read her next book For anyone who has not yet read any of this series, you need to start fro This is a totally entrancing and captivating read I found myself absorbed in the story from the outset and it is virtually impossible to put down Tara has a unique way of writing from different character s perspective which allows you to live the story on its journey through fantastical lands of Humans and Alfae The series is an absolute must for any fantasy fiction fan and I for one can t wait for to read her next book For anyone who has not yet read any of this series, you need to start from book 1 Unfinished Song Initiate to understand the whole story

  6. Melissa Garcia Melissa Garcia says:

    Spoiler alert I cannot believe the author killed off Kavio, and you don t even find out until the last few pages I feel like he was too important a character to kill off I am so disappointed that I don t know whether or not I will continue reading this series Their love for one another was just as important, in my mind, as her coming into her magic The way Tara Maya included Kavio s death seemed likeof an afterthought than a well placed strategy.

  7. Emmanuelle Emmanuelle says:

    Another amazing read I can t wait for book 5 to come out and to know what happens to Dindi I love that Dindi is finally beginning to be recognized as a worthy dancer and not one to be messed with I m also loving getting to know what has been happening in her past to cause her magic to be hidden.Wonderful series and I can t wait to keep readingBook 5 please be released soon

  8. The Un-Martha The Un-Martha says:

    I m totally freaking out about how she leaves each one of her books oh Tara Maya you are one damn good story teller I m already sad that the whole series is not available yet for me to consume and I still have two books available to read before it comes to a screeching halt after book 6 Ms Maya write faster I have to know what happens to Dindi

  9. Bryn Bryn says:

    I love this series I can t wait to find out what happens next.

  10. Linda Linda says:

    I m thinking this whole book could have been scrapped from the series None the less, it was okay It wasn t good as good as the previous three but it was, okay Believe me, just okay.

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