Indigo (The Lazulis Trilogy #1)

Indigo The Lazulis Trilogy Ava is your typical teenage girl hoping to spend her summer doing the usual shopping concerts skateboarding and hanging out with her friends Her best friend Sera has other plans for them learning

  • Title: Indigo (The Lazulis Trilogy #1)
  • Author: Kate Marie Robbins
  • ISBN: 9781484891568
  • Page: 206
  • Format: ebook
  • Ava is your typical teenage girl, hoping to spend her summer doing the usual shopping, concerts, skateboarding, and hanging out with her friends Her best friend Sera has other plans for them, learning how fly her uncle Mat s hot air balloon Their first solo flight turns out to be the adventure of a lifetime.By magical forces, they are pulled into a world that is unlikeAva is your typical teenage girl, hoping to spend her summer doing the usual shopping, concerts, skateboarding, and hanging out with her friends Her best friend Sera has other plans for them, learning how fly her uncle Mat s hot air balloon Their first solo flight turns out to be the adventure of a lifetime.By magical forces, they are pulled into a world that is unlike their own the world of Indigo, steeped in myths, legends, and prophecy Where nothing is what it seems Where good and evil are not easily distinguished Will the two teens be able to figure out whose side they are really on before it s too late and find their way home

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      Published :2019-05-12T19:41:05+00:00

    About "Kate Marie Robbins"

    1. Kate Marie Robbins

      From the makings of her fabulous tennis hits, from the inspiration of her waggish pets, from the riotous air of Minnesota, comes Kate Marie RobbinsShe lives in a VERY small town in southeastern Minnesota with her family and her three pets She is currently working in a nursing home but has for long dreamed of being a published author which since you are reading this, has come true She likes to read, sing, paint and is very proud of her music book collections She also wants to travel the world When she travels the world of Indigo, she would like to learn sword fighting from Bradan, or be a tailor.Kate once waited to get into a concert for ten hours, in a snow storm She dyes her hair a different color every few months, and once went to Walmart wearing a black cape and cat ears She never got into trouble at school, and has not yet achieved her ambition of drinking her way through all twelve pubs pictured on her Irish calendar.

    347 thoughts on “Indigo (The Lazulis Trilogy #1)”

    1. Amazing! Oh my God, I loved this book! The ending kept me on the edge of my seat and left me very excited and happy for the characters. Can't wait for the next one!


    2. This book was fantastic! The author did a brilliant job allowing each character to be their own narrator thus letting the reader get to know each character on a personal level. The story is about best friends on a ride in a hot air balloon. The wind shifts, the fog brings fear, and their courage and tenacity will be tested as they land in a magical uniquely colorful world. They are alone when they land but are soon rescued by the palace gaurds. They are convinced that they are saved before endin [...]


    3. Through FaceBook, I feel like I have been a part of this book from the beginning. But I was totally unprepared by how amazing Indigo by Kate Marie Robbins would become. Everything you ever want in a book. Love, laughter, suspense, drama, mystery. I really love this book.


    4. I absolutely loved the book!! I'm very much looking forward to the next one. I was hooked from the start til the very end!! keep up the writing!! :)


    5. Author Ms. Kate Marie Robbins has an imagination that is "out of this world". She takes us readers on a balloon ride that, after running into a mysterious fog bank, finds us in the magical and mysterious land of “Indigo.” A place where the two main characters, Ava and Sera, who are both 18 years old from modern day America, find themselves in a place of pure fantasy. Indigo is unlike anything the girls could ever imagine as the grass and trees are blue, and the sky is pink. The inhabitants o [...]


    6. REVIEWED FOR ROUND TABLE BOOK REVIEWSIndigo by Kate Marie Robbins is a story of challenge and discovery in another world. Two young women, Ava and Sera, are swept into another world by magic on their first solo balloon flight. They find themselves in a new world where they are thought to be part of an ancient prophecy and must decide who to trust while figuring out a way home. They find out about who they are and the strength they have together. The story is interesting as are the characters. We [...]


    7. As part of a book club, I agreed to read and review the author’s work. I was originally drawn to this book by the cover and the author’s description. I must admit I was put off at first by the first person point of view. I like to be drawn into a story, and lose myself in it; something I find difficult to do when I am reading something akin to a personal diary or journal. However, the author’s sheer creativity, from the world of Indigo she has created, to the characters there-in, quickly w [...]


    8. I was so hopeful this story would flesh out eventually. The story itself could have produced a very compelling set of books, if the story itself was addressed . Unfortunately, the characters showed no emotion at all. No awe, stress or confusion when changing worlds. Not just changing worlds but to a world were everything is another color!! No love when they fell in love. No emotional loss when deciding in an instant to never return home. No remorse or grief for the family left behind . Even the [...]


    9. I love this book, and I've been entranced with it from the beginning, when there were only a few chapters written, and it was just getting started. It's a fantastical story of Ava and her friend Sarah, taking a trip in a hot air balloon, and everything goes wrong. They're looking for a place to land, but well, the ground just doesn't look right from where they are in the sky. As they get closer to the ground, they realize the world is not as it was when they went up. The colors are different, th [...]


    10. Reviewed for Round Table Book Reviews This is a story about two teen girls, Sera and Ava that enjoy a day out in a hot air balloon but then everything drastically changes. They somehow break through a reality barrier and end up in another world, where trees are blue and people’s natural hair colors consist from the colors of the rainbow. Sera and Ava are then thrust in the middle of a war between the people of Indigo; the people of the palace vs. the Dark warriors (a group of outcasts). Ava is [...]


    11. **reviewed for Round Table Book Reviews** 5 stars What happens when the world you lived in is gone and you are now in this odd fairy tale looking world? Well, this is what Ava and Sera have to deal with. They've been learning how to fly Sera's uncle's hot-air balloon all summer. On the way back from their first solo flight, the get lost off course in a horrible fog storm. Where they land is anywhere but home. In a land with silver trees, blue grass, palace guards, and dark warriors, it's up to A [...]


    12. I was really excited about reading after going over the previous reviews of the book. Once I got started I quickly lost interest. I’m not sure if it was the style of writing or if it was the jumping around of the different points of view.The foundation of the story is fantastic; it has a “Wizard of Oz” feel for me. The manner on how the girls entered the new realm and the colors and the description of that new place, Indigo, was really great. Where the story started falling flat was how th [...]


    13. This was a nice story about Ava, a normal teenager, & her best friend Sera, who go on a Solo Balloon trip. This leads them into an adventure they could never have imagined.They are pulled into another world, by Magic forces, the world of Indigo. This is a world full of Myth & Legend, Good & Evil. The two girls must figure out the right side to be on in time for them to go back home.This is a very well written story. The descriptions, of the clothes & places were excellent. The ch [...]


    14. If you love fantastically built fantasy worlds, then you will love Indigo! I was with this author from the beginning and have watched the progress of Indigo and let me tell you yes i am pleased with the end result!I love all the characters and love the magnificent character sketches at the back of the book! I totally recommend buying the paperback to hold the glory that is Indigo in your hands to get the full experience! You will not be disappointed! This author is one talented lady!I can't wait [...]


    15. I like how Ava stands up for those she cares about. Getting shot with the arrow and having to keep going through excruciating pain shows strength. Ms Robbins is an excellent writer. Look forward to next book.


    16. I loved reading this book. The characters, scenery, clothes, ways of life and everything about it was amazing. It was like being pulled into a dream world. I would definitely recommend this book to everyone.


    17. Awesome book! Loved reading it & rooting for Ava & Braden :) Can't wait until the next book in the series comes out!



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