Thursday, October 20, 2011

Shiewo by Ciye Cho

Shiewo
A Fantasy Flight to Adventure
by Ciye Cho

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Published: 2011
Publisher: Studio Amazepop
Genre: Fantasy, YA
ebook
Rating: 4

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The universe of Orberana is a place of great wonder and peril, a dizzying landscape filled with clouds that can talk, clockwork beings that mark their own time, and painted animals that awake in the night.

Shiewo Morose is the captain of a flying ship powered by music. She is also a determined young woman on a mission: a quest to find the Wishing Fish that created Orberana.

Sailing above the clouds, Shiewo and her crew (Erduu the bamboo, Theo the cloud, Livingston the goldfish, and Felix the painter) are headed for worlds of crazed clockwork bureaucrats, tyrannic kings, and tornado children--worlds that will test not only the crew's bravery... but their very understanding of adventure.

Theirs is the odyssey of a lifetime...

The first book of Shiewo's Odyssey, "Fantasy Flight" is a young-adult novel for readers aged 13 and up.

Listen to the official soundtrack to this book, "Flight Song 1", at www.shiewo.com, or visit "Shiewo: The Interactive Explorer" at www.shiewo.com/the-adventure.htm to discover illustrated content, crew profiles, and a virtual cutaway of the ship!

Series:
Shiewo - book 1
book 2 - tba



My two-bits:
In-a-word(s): cone-roof
LOVED this fantasy with a vibe mix of Wizard-of-Oz and Alice-in-Wonderland!

Such whimsy!

Colorful and magical beings inhabit this world. There is an emphasis on music and sounds which brings an interesting and cool dimension to this read.

I enjoyed this adventure and look forward to more with Captain Morose and crew!

~*~

* review copy courtesy of author

* read Ciye's guest post for SteamBoyz event which include characters from this book

3 comments:

  1. The names used are so neat! Captain Morose and Livingston the Goldfish, tornado kids :D
    This sounds like a ton of fun!

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  2. The crew alone makes me want to read this book. Thanks for the review!

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  3. This book looks different, good but different.

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