We Three Heroes

Contains spoilers for the Medoran Chronicles
We Three Heroes
The Medoran Chronicles Novella Series
Written by Lynette Noni
Fantasy, Adventure, #LoveOZYA
367 Pages
Published August 27th 2018
Thank you to Pantera Press
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★★★★★
Alexandra Jennings might be the hero of The Medoran Chronicles, but she would be lost without her three closest friends. They are her heroes, and like all heroes, they each have their own story.

Meet the real D.C. in Crowns and Curses and discover how she becomes the princess Alex once despised but now adores.

Follow Jordan on his healing journey in Scars and Silence as he struggles in the wake of being rescued from his living nightmare.

Walk beside Bear in Hearts and Headstones as he faces an unspeakable trauma while helping his world prepare for the coming war.

Jordan, Bear and D.C. are the heroes of their own stories.

It is time for their stories to be told.
Crowns And Curses is narrated by Princess Delucia Cavelle, heir to the Medoran Kingdom. As a young girl, D.C was well acquainted with the expectations of representing the Medoran crown, the increasing loneliness as she was sheltered from public life and educated within the palatial residence. D.C yearns for companionship, believing she has found a friend in Maxton, the young son of the High Court Judge but Maxton is deceptive and determined to humiliate the young princess.

As her prophetic ability manifests, Delucia receives an invitation to Akarnae Academy. A new beginning and a chance to connect with her peers. At Akarnae, D.C is without her Princess title but with years of isolation and protecting her emotions, she becomes estranged from her fellow students before being introduced to Alexandra Jennings.

Scars And Silence accompanies Jordan Sparker throughout his journey of empowerment after which his life was claimed and manipulated by Aven Dalmarta. Jordan is experiencing a crisis of identity, betrayal and consumed by his affliction. Through compassion and understanding, Jordan begins to acknowledge his anxiety and is encouraged by Delucia and Hunter, two positive influences within his life.

Jordan continues to blame himself for the death of his brother, adding to his anguish. 

Jordan's narrative is confrontational and distressing. Jordan discovered his brother moments before he had taken his own life, watching in horror but rendered helpless. Jordan shares with D.C the circumstances surrounding Luka's suicide which may distress readers. Luka identified as gay and although in a wonderful relationship with a male partner, their volatile father dismissed Luka's sexuality, going as far to force Luka into an arranged marriage. Luka, feeling as though he had no other option, took his own life. 

Hearts And Headstones is narrated by Barnold Ronnigan, affectionately known as Bear and surrounds the journey to Graevale as diplomatic emissaries, ending in anguish for the Ronnigan family. Bear finds solace within his tentative friendship and potential relationship with Declan. Amidst the devastation, the apprehensive smiles of the potential romance is beautiful.

We Three Heroes offers readers an insight into the significant moments that shape each character throughout the series, from each characters point of view. The brave, tentative and vulnerable moments that add depth and humanity to characters we typically see as indestructible.

The Medoran Chronicles is a phenomenal series, adventurous, imaginative and superbly written. Lynette Noni is a prolific author, creating atmospheric worlds and vibrant characters. I've fallen in love with reading all over again. 

10 comments

  1. I am so keen for a Bear and Declan romance. They are incredibly sweet and heartachingly adorable together – we’ll see.

    I’m still trying to get my mum to read this series. She just finished the Illuminae files and loved it, Akarnae is next on list.

    Noni is brilliant. I’ve still got to read Whisper yet, but her The Medoran Chronicles has a place in my heart next to The Chronicles of Narnia, forever loved, I can’t wait to share with my boys.

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    1. I'm really hoping so too Sarah, he's one of my favourite characters of the series and deserves the happiest of endings.

      Whisper is a wonderful read, I can't wait to see what you think of it!

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  2. surely her friends deserve a chance as heroes, because they are. I haven't read the series yet, but hopefully one day

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    1. They're all heroes in their own right, Alexandra couldn't save the world without them. It will absolutely surprise and delight, such a brilliant series.

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  3. She is an author my book clubs loves, but I admit I haven't yet fallen in love with this world yet. I think it's got to do more with my mood than anything right now.

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    1. I'm very much a mood reader as well but this is definitely a series that should be celebrated. It's great being suitable for all ages, middle grade and young adult. I do hope you pick up the next installment soon, I'd love to see what you think of it.

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  4. I don't know this series, I don't believe, but the novellas all sound really well done. I like when novellas actually add something to the story or really allow you to get to know a character better. I must admit that I don't read a ton of series with novellas, but when I do, they are fun! Thanks for sharing. :)

    -Lauren
    www.shootingstarsmag.net

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    1. It;s one of the loveliest current young adult series Lauren, adventurous and so wonderfully written. I can't wait for the final installment, the novella series has introduced a potential new gay romance and I'm crossing my fingers it'll be explored further.

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  5. We Three Heroes has a gorgeous cover! Personally I thought it was a movie for a second, but I AM typing up a comment at midnight while getting my brain whipped by annotations... don't mind me, haha.

    I love it when novellas provide more insight on a character - what we don't know in the main plot of the series can be covered in the novella, which I find a joy to read frequently. I'll have to check The Medoran Chronicles out and see if it might be my cup of book tea. ^_^

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    1. It's a such a wonderful sidekicks narrative from each characters point of view. Something we rarely see in most series novels. I love that insight into their thoughts during significant events. It really should be made into a film franchise Sophia, such an incredible series!

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