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Glory Roslyn and the Heart of Universe ❄ [EPUB] ✼ Glory Roslyn and the Heart of Universe By Tushar ➝ – Liversite.co.uk Glory is an eleven year old orphan who has a beautiful heart that never allows hate and anger to step in Her adoptive mother, Myrtle Willis, died when she was six Glory lives in painful conditions wit Glory is an eleven year old orphan who and the PDF ´ has a beautiful heart that never allows hate and anger to step in Her adoptive mother, Myrtle Willis, died Glory Roslyn PDF or when she was six Glory lives in painful conditions with her adoptive father who keeps himself drown in liquor all the time, and with his cruel son who Roslyn and the PDF ↠ never misses a chance to torture her In these painful conditions, she has a mysterious companion a tiny dragon faced, red snake that has bat like wings and green pointed horns It appears from nowhere on her palm and absorbs all her pain whenever she mournsAnd one day, she finds another mysterious companion who leads her to the hidden worldsThis is a legend of war between Gods and Ill Dwellers to control the greatest power of the hidden worlds, the Heart of UniverseThis is a legend of ambitions and conspiraciesThis is a legend of those whose hearts are filled with sacred feelingsThis is a legend of hope.

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  • 294 pages
  • Glory Roslyn and the Heart of Universe
  • Tushar
  • English
  • 24 March 2019

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10 thoughts on “Glory Roslyn and the Heart of Universe

  1. Aakanksha Aakanksha says:

    Glory Roslyn and The Heart of Universe is the first part of the six book series written by Indian author Tushar In his debut book, he created a seven world that are connected with hidden portals known as cameras An eleven year old girl named Glory and Lintie discovers a magical creature, named Roslyn, that drives them into the hidden world They are far away from the Earth and finds themselves into the lands of Kaiser The chief Paterfamilias helped them to get acquainted with their new surrou Glory Roslyn and The Heart of Universe is the first part of the six book series written by Indian author Tushar In his debut book, he created a seven world that are connected with hidden portals known as cameras An eleven year old girl named Glory and Lintie discovers a magical creature, named Roslyn, that drives them into the hidden world They are far away from the Earth and finds themselves into the lands of Kaiser The chief Paterfamilias helped them to get acquainted with their new surroundings He considered them as three saviors who will help them to get their people redemption While Lintie and Glory s main objective is to find Roslyn s parents, destiny has some other plans for them Glory has something on her hand known as Loops of Fortune that makes her special She brings hope wherever she goes In another world, named Alphorns, King Vayne s sister Mystic Misti, the Goddess of hope was blasphemed by some evil beings All the efforts to bring her back were backfired According to a prophecy, she shares a connection with the saviors The author further portrays the kinships protectors made in their journey, and their fights to bring hope They made some tough choices that create a firm base for upcoming books and give endless ideas about what to anticipate Narration The book is fast paced and pinned the readers from the start It has Ill dwellers, witches, wizards, warlocks, ghosts, and many other deadly monsters that helped the story to progress smoothly, but none of them leaves a mark Not a single villain is noteworthy Maybe they all are just puppets Tushar has done good work, but I am expecting muchmysteries and sensible deep conversations, and about the real knave in the next volume Overall, this book is proved to be a one time fun read If you re new into fantasy, this book will prove to be a good start I recommend it to young adult readers Readhere

  2. Reading_ Tam_ Ishly Reading_ Tam_ Ishly says:

    It was a world no one would like to visit First of all, I like the writing style It s dark and gritty It s visual and fast paced Considering that dark magic, fantasy fiction is not my favourite genre to pick up anytime, I am quite happy with the fact that I tooktime in reading this book than I normally would as I gotinto this book trying to know the characters , trying to getof this world Most of the adult characters are really unlikeable They remind me of all the gr It was a world no one would like to visit First of all, I like the writing style It s dark and gritty It s visual and fast paced Considering that dark magic, fantasy fiction is not my favourite genre to pick up anytime, I am quite happy with the fact that I tooktime in reading this book than I normally would as I gotinto this book trying to know the characters , trying to getof this world Most of the adult characters are really unlikeable They remind me of all the grouchy adult characters of every fairy tale I would say the credit goes to the writing as it successfully made me hate such characters all over again I like the plot that is built on the concept of multiple hidden worlds You will learn about such worlds called Dark Scared, AlphronsThe book is so full of adventure and intense dark characters to begin with The reading might slow down a lot considering the fact that there is so much happening in this world and so much information to take in One tip for the beginners here If you find it difficult to read this book, you can read the summary of the book first and then continue reading the book There are no spoilers It s a good summary Until the first two chapters, it was a lot to take in and I had to taketime to read in order to grasp everything But it s worth it From then on, it s a rollercoaster ride Glory, our main protagonist, struggles a lot for someone so young losing her mother early in her life She has to bear the taunts of her foster father and his son, Peter Ugh, I hate Peter This book has got the royals, the demons, the gods, the faeries, dragons, wizards, witches and mythical creatures of the hidden worlds which you will find easy to know and some you will be afraid of Specially the Ill Dwellers I wish they were introduced earlier in the book I would say the adventure of Glory and her friends is too fun to follow You will never know what s waiting for them It took me a lot of time again on between to take in the political parts and the scientific information of the magical worlds involved My favourite character is Lintie She is the most spontaneous character and comes out as someone we all can connect with I wish the character of our main protagonist to bedeveloped I will tell you this This book is difficult for me to read I just had to take in a lot of things and yes, many things can go over your head because there s a lot to take in The highlight of the book is the complex world building, the numerous intense characters and the friendship between Glory and her friends I just love the side characters.Nevertheless, I enjoyed this book I wish it was a series The ending though Anybody up for cliffhangers

  3. CYIReadBooks CYIReadBooks says:

    If I can t say anything good about this book, it s best that I not say anything at all.An unfortunate single star I didn t like it.

  4. Prerna Singh Prerna Singh says:

    A real page turner and a great read for people of all ages It is full of unexpected twists and how the story unfolds to the end make it aintriguing read Please write a sequel soon.

  5. Indigo Indigo says:

    I won this book in a giveaway, and it was totally worth it

  6. DaniSays DaniSays says:

    Glory Roslyn and the Heart of the Universe by Tushar really is not a book for me My biggest issue with this book was the audience There were a lot of parts of this story that for me felt like I was reading a middle grade book, but then I was getting very confused, possibly due to writing style, which made me think that this was maybe a young adult book For me, this book really didn t engage me and I had to force myself to continue through I think it was a nice story but I personally wouldn Glory Roslyn and the Heart of the Universe by Tushar really is not a book for me My biggest issue with this book was the audience There were a lot of parts of this story that for me felt like I was reading a middle grade book, but then I was getting very confused, possibly due to writing style, which made me think that this was maybe a young adult book For me, this book really didn t engage me and I had to force myself to continue through I think it was a nice story but I personally wouldn t recommend it Overall this book was maybe too difficult for me reading palette and I wanted to like this so bad because the synopsis was beautiful, I just couldn t

  7. cbdef cbdef says:

    I won this book as an ARC, and was looking forward to reading it because I enjoy the fantasy genre and I presumed this was intended for young audiences, so it would be an easy read I was mistaken.Although the story begins on Earth, the author does little to explain the time period in which the story is taking place The secondary character, Lintie, I found annoying with no redeeming qualities, other than that she was the only friend to the main character Once the girls become exposed to the fa I won this book as an ARC, and was looking forward to reading it because I enjoy the fantasy genre and I presumed this was intended for young audiences, so it would be an easy read I was mistaken.Although the story begins on Earth, the author does little to explain the time period in which the story is taking place The secondary character, Lintie, I found annoying with no redeeming qualities, other than that she was the only friend to the main character Once the girls become exposed to the fantasy elements in the book, the author spent much time going into descriptions that even I, as an adult, found difficult to follow I began to wonder who was the intended target audience for this book The middle part of the book was OK, but as the girls advance through their adventures, I was alarmed by the language coming from the mouth of Lintie and seemed it out of place definitely not what I would want even a teen to read and think it was acceptable There is also the issue of the magical creature who accompanies the girls on their quest in the beginning of the story it is referred to as a he , but then frequently the author changes back and forth between calling it a he and a she The names given to the some of the characters and magical creatures I found difficult to pronounce or combinations of words that didn t fit well together trying to work out the pronunciation slowed me down and didn t help to make the story run smoothly The girls are on a quest for the Heart of Universe, and every time I read it I subconsciously read it as the Heart of THE Universe.I am willing to concede that some of these issues are a reflection of the translation I understand that this was the first of a 6 book series, but the first book did not capture my interest and make me want to continue While the author leaves some unanswered questions in the first book, and tried to leave readers with a cliffhanger ending, I will not be eager to continue reading the series Again, my presumption is that the author was hoping to appeal to a very wide group of readers, and instead of staying in a preteen, youth, or adult mode of telling the story, the end result was something somewhat choppy I would not recommend it for youths under the age of 15 I had hoped I would enjoy this book, but I did not

  8. Nishit Chauhan Nishit Chauhan says:

    I wantIt was a great story The buildup took a while, but it was necessary for the world building as well as the payoff that we get towards the later part of the story.The author s imagination is wonderful and I would love to read where the story takes us next.The characters were colorful and enjoyable, would love to see how they develop further Considering the ending, there s a lot left to uncover and a lot of questions are still left unanswered I hope we get to see soon where the next I wantIt was a great story The buildup took a while, but it was necessary for the world building as well as the payoff that we get towards the later part of the story.The author s imagination is wonderful and I would love to read where the story takes us next.The characters were colorful and enjoyable, would love to see how they develop further Considering the ending, there s a lot left to uncover and a lot of questions are still left unanswered I hope we get to see soon where the next part of Glory s journey takes her

  9. Candra Hodge Candra Hodge says:

    Interesting storyI don t know that I would read this story again but I would read the next book in the series I assume there is one with the ending to find out what happens This book does end ina cliffhanger Even though I like the worlds and characters the author created, the book started slow and I had to struggle to get to the point where it speeds up sadly not til halfway thru.I won this book thru a goodreads.com giveaway.

  10. Adrion Kusant Adrion Kusant says:

    Surprise ending I m not sure if this was written for youth or adults, but I had to think hard about the names.A long but fun story to reach the moral I would recommend this book to preteens.

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