Daughter of Phalon has an interesting premise, and handled well for a debut book/author. I enjoyed the author’s obvious delight in creating the story world and the characters. Humans and aliens are always an interesting mix.
I’m looking forward to more of Connie’s Rhinehart’s writing.
A child abducted in the night, through the machinations of this cold, vengeful, and insane man, sets the stage for the life of Kyla MATHEWS. Raised in seclusion by dictatorial Dr. Webber, she is tested and studied, with no more care than a germ in a petri dish.
Aided by her unique psychokinetic abilities, Kyla escapes the man she called ‘Father’ and embarks on a quest for an ordinary life. She longs for a place where she fits in.
A chance meeting during an astral projection unites her with MARIK ANDREAS, a man with his own psychic abilities. Together, the two struggle to elude the doctor, who searches for the prize he has lost. Kyla must find the strength within herself to accept and understand who she really is if she is to save her family from the deranged doctor and heal the old wounds of her childhood.