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Reviewed by Lexie Fox for Readers' Favorite
Eternal Inka: Illustrated (Past Life Library) is a novel that deals with the social issues facing young adults. It is suitable for ages 10 and up and was penned by Clare-Rose Trevelyan. It is an engaging and mesmerizing tale that follows protagonist Inka, a young girl who was abandoned on a roadside during a storm. After leaving the finishing school that took her in, Inka undertook a journey to Madga Gaska in an attempt to find herself and take control of her destiny. On her incredible adventure across the country, she met a medley of interesting characters and learned to find her way in a chaotic world. In this original and thought-provoking tale, the reader is taken on a whirlwind tour of a vividly painted setting. The author's use of descriptive prose brings this world to life, immersing readers in a rich tapestry of colors and emotions.
Clare-Rose Trevelyan's storytelling prowess shines as she weaves a tale of destiny, art, and self-discovery that will keep you reading. Inka's desire to understand her destiny leads to profound questions about the essence of art itself. Clare-Rose Trevelyan delves into these issues skillfully, inviting readers to contemplate the intricacies of human creativity and the diverse ways we perceive the world. What sets Eternal Inka apart from similar works is the concept of seeing it through someone else's eyes. Inka's journey forces her to confront different perspectives and challenges her preconceived notions. This beautifully written book leaves a lasting impression, encouraging us to ponder the nature of art, destiny, and the kaleidoscope of human experiences. I recommend it highly.