Heaven s Vault Maia watched for than a millennia waiting for a second chance at life on Earth A hot unforgiving desert greets her upon arrival but her surroundings aren t her only problem In human form fleeting

  • Title: Heaven's Vault
  • Author: Pavarti K. Tyler
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  • Page: 221
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  • Maia watched for than a millennia, waiting for a second chance at life on Earth A hot, unforgiving desert greets her upon arrival, but her surroundings aren t her only problem In human form, fleeting memories of a past life haunt her Will she be whole when she rediscovers who she is, or will the reality of her existence require she make yet another sacrifice ThisMaia watched for than a millennia, waiting for a second chance at life on Earth A hot, unforgiving desert greets her upon arrival, but her surroundings aren t her only problem In human form, fleeting memories of a past life haunt her Will she be whole when she rediscovers who she is, or will the reality of her existence require she make yet another sacrifice This short story by Pavarti K Tyler is a literary twist on a classic Greek Myth.

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    1. Heaven's Vault #1The sky is so beautiful. Full of starry constellations. Ever thought that those could be mythical beings. Different families, a person a star.That was Maia's life. For eternities she stayed up on the sky watching life evolving but never ''touching'', never being able to be a part of it. Even when she was down on Earth, thousand years ago, she was isolated never to see the light of men, only the hollow roof of her cave.Now she broke free, the ties that once held her back cut by h [...]

    2. Simply beautiful read!Touching, deeply moving, love story of sorts, but much more than that. A story of what ifs and looking for answers while being afraid of what they might bring so what if a goddess, a star, a nymph, a being came to earth, in a human form looking for answers, looking for themselves in fact what then? would they find what they are looking for.?

    3. Maia wakes up in the desert and can't remember who she is. She fears someone is out to get her, but who? With the help of Jaren, she starts regaining her memory and is slowly able to piece together her past. But when she finally does, she struggles to find the purpose for her existence.This is a lovely tale of longing, love, and sacrifice. We, too, must work to piece together the puzzle that is Maia's life. Another beautifully written and touching story by Pavarti K. Tyler.I received this book i [...]

    4. ARC provided by the author in exchange for an honest reviewNo lie, for a really short story, this one packed a punch! Fantasy is normally not my thing. But I was asked to give my thoughts and since it wasn't a lengthy story I said sure. I'm glad I did. For those of you that enjoy this sub-genre in romance, THIS SHORT STORY WAS RIDICULOUSLY beautiful and touching. It moved me to my core. Excellent job Pavarti K. Tyler. I would highly recommend this story to any and all fantasy readers out there.

    5. Thank you to the author for the ARC I received for this review!!I did not read the blurb for this book so I had no idea what the book was about when I started reading. At first I was a bit confused, but then I was completely surprised and delighted that the book was about mythology. I LOVE mythology. The only fault I have with the entire book is the ending. I would have loved to read about Maia, her lover and daughter. Left me hanging and a little frustrated.All in all it is a pretty good read.

    6. Pavarti K. Tyler's Heaven's vault felt like poetry, with a rhythm and cadence that was beautiful. It told a story but did not feel like a story; more like the seductive retelling of a dream.I would have liked 100 more pages and then 100 hundred after that

    7. This story left me in awe. It is thought provoking and inspiring. I am unsure how else to explain the way this book made me feel. Pavarti Tyler left me speechless with this story and kept me enraptured.I received this book for an honest review.

    8. Review forthcoming on a-reader-lives-a-thousand-liveTitle: Heaven's VaultAuthor: Pavarti K TylerFrom: Review CopyGenre: Mythology, Urban FantasyRelease Date: 28th April 2015Challenges: N/ALinks: - Maia always dreamed of spenidng time on Earth with her father and sisters. But instead she was kept in her cave, not allowed to interact with the humans, kept naive and innocent until her cousin Zeus takes what wasn't his. Now thousands of years later, Maia has made a trip down to earth, against the r [...]

    9. Ms. Tyler has a wonderful poetic lilt to her writing. *fluttery sigh* It's so melodic and lovely that I could easily get lost in her world just because of her words and writing style. I had no problem getting into the mind of the main character or seeing through her eyes.I didn't understand or know the Greek Mythology this story was based off at first but you'll quickly understand as you read it. I was too impatient and looked it up online when I should have just read the next couple of pages. I [...]

    10. As for a short story, this one was really good. Bravery, to do what Mia wanted to felt she had been denied for years and take a step to follow her wants and dreams. She shows up in a desert and walks into town unaware that she is a little different than everyone else. She wanders the street and as things seems to come back to very slowly, memories that are just below the surface that she is still trying to touch on. She wanders into a diner and then enters Jaren, that the waitress calls on. He t [...]

    11. This book was an interesting journey! In the beginning, I was a bit lost. The main character, Maia, was a bit lost as well so it is understandable. It moved slow at first but then went to a pretty good pace after the initial chapters. Maia didn't have a chance to go to Earth as the others did. So she steals away and lands in the desert. Confused and having no idea what to do with herself, she starts walking. She finds herself at a police station where an officer named Jaren helps her. He helps h [...]

    12. Let me start off by saying that I am not usually a fan of short stories. I don't know why exactly, just never was my cup of tea. But at about 40ish pages this story left me loving it and wishing there was so much more. This story is told through the mind of Maia. And I say through her mind rather than her POV because you follow her entire train of thought from the moment she gains consciousness to the last moments of the story. She wakes up and everything is fuzzy. Her words, her thoughts, her s [...]

    13. Heaven’s Vault, the newest release from Pavarti K. Tyler: mixing myth, fantasy, a touch of creationism that somehow blends to be served up as yet another intriguing piece of fiction. I’ve read this in several forms, from early on in the process as a beta to this finished copy; each read through brings yet another element to the forefront: from the character of Maia and her first uncertain discoveries, the desert heat, the memories just below the surface. Townspeople wondering and curious abo [...]

    14. I received this book for an honest review. Maia wants to live and have her chance at the adventure that was always denied to her by her family. Going against the way of her people she goes to earth to finally enjoy life and hopefully replace the bad memories of the last time she was there. Can she find what she's looking for before her family tries to take her home?This was a short quick read but still very intriguing. Maia is like a child and and old soul all at the same time, she's lived a lon [...]

    15. MY REVIEW (4/5 STARS) I loved the idea of reading a mythological story where a nymph comes back to life on Earth. Maia wakes up in the desert on red hot sand and feels heat. Yes, she is hot and gets stung by her words, "an insect of a black creature with a spiny shell that sinks its venom filled teeth into my virgin flesh." Is it a scorpion? Either way, it died as Maia smashed it. She actually emotes her happiness it seems even though she is alone and concerned becuase she can feel as she believ [...]

    16. What a beautiful story! Gorgeous and sad, hopeful and gut wrenching. It tugs at those heartstrings.I wasn't familiar with the story of Maia, the Greek goddess, before reading this story. It's a sad story of its own, and I was happy to see that Pavarti gave her a further ending, as bittersweet as it was. She blew life into the myth and gave Maia choices that were previously denied. I was immediately struck by how elegantly Pavarti handled the challenge of describing our world being experienced fo [...]

    17. Personally, I like mythology and fantasy, but this was just a little odd for me. The sentence structure at the beginning of this story was very short, like I was reading a children's book. It was too descriptive and took away from the set up for Maia,s character. I found it strange that she could form complete thoughts, but didn't speak when she first came into contact with people. Also, the idea that she doesn't remember anything and then remembers everything was a little off putting. For me th [...]

    18. She awoke naked in the desert with no knowledge of who she was only faint memories of the past. She stood on shaky new born legs and touched the red dirt. It lingered on newly created long fingers and she tasted it. She was born today and she walked down the street of the city she didn't know and looked in glass of the buildings. Her stomach pained her, and she thought it was hunger, a feeling she'd never known. At one building, delicious smells were escaping and she went in and sat down across [...]

    19. *Includes spoilers*I liked the concept and characters in this book. The setting is lovely too. I just felt that the story structure was weak. For example, the first scenes are slow and detailed, showing Maia's arrival on Earth and recovering her memories. But then suddenly she remembers everything and can speak fluently, then it slows down again while she and Jared connect. Also, the final scene is an epilogue which is fine, but I think it was necessary to show why Maia returned to the sky and l [...]

    20. Was given an ARC copy for an honest review!Was not sure I would like this book, having never read this genre before. But from the start it held my interest!Would have given it 5 stars but had to take a 1/2 star off because i felt this story was too short, So much was implied but needed more. I so wanted more of Jarens and Maia's past story ! Even the other people in the story I wanted to know more of! It felt like this was a prequel to an epic story! Why did Jaren move to the desert and build th [...]

    21. *I received an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review*Loving Greek Mythology as I do, I was really looking forward to reading this book. Heaven’s Vault has a different look on mythology than usual, which is great since it’s hard to find a book with a new idea anymore. Imagine waking up with no memory of who you are….I can’t imagine that. But that is exactly what happened to Maia. We take the journey with her as she works to figure out who the heck she is and what’s going on. [...]

    22. I received this book for honest review. Heaven's Vault is first book I have read from Pavarti K. Tyler and I found myself liking her way of writing. She captures reader inside her story. It was interesting to see what had happened to main character Maia and this story was very beautiful to read, though it left me a bit sad at the end. Only reasons why I am giving this four stars instead of five is that I think it should have been longer, it made me want to read more and more. And maybe hopefully [...]

    23. This was a very nice read. The premise caught my attention. Definitely not something I would normally pick out,but I enjoyed it none the less. I wish the story had been about twice as long as it seemed a little too rushed, choppy at spots. But the writing was breathtaking. The scenes in my mind were quite vivid given the attention to all the small details. It was a good read and I hope to read more from this author. Especially if it's expanding upon this story!**I received this ARC in exchange f [...]

    24. I received an ARC in exchange for an honest review.This was an a beautiful emotionally complex short story!! The story is about Maia, a star from the Heavens who has decided to descend to Earth. She then meets Jaren and falls in love. The ending is very bittersweet. I'm such a huge fan of mythical reads and this one did not disappoint. I was glued to my kindle from the first page!!My only complaint is that I need more!!Definitely a must read!!

    25. I'm usually not the biggest fan of first person writing, but i have to say that there was a poetry to Pavarti K. Tyler's writing. I liked this short story a lot! This story is about Maia, a star from the Heavens who has decided to descend to Earth for a second chance. As she remembers her dark past she finds herself exposed and confused. She meets Jarin, a man who is caring and compassionate and takes her in and helps her, and they soon find themselves falling in love.

    26. I loved this short story. The 'birth' of Maia as she came to full awareness of her surroundings and then her fear of not being able to experience life kept me entranced. To live that way, fully tasting, smelling, seeing everything in such an innocent light would be wonderful. I loved the thoughtfulness of Jaren, the way he treated Maia with such tenderness especially when she was afraid. This couple experienced love at first sight, almost as if they were meant to be.

    27. This is an interesting story about a star who revisited earth again as a human. Her first time on earth was sad for her because she didn't get the chance to really live. But this time, she got the chance to experience it, not as a deity but as a woman. And this time she left a bit of herself behind. It was a quick sweet read. Enjoy I did. This was given to me by the author for an honest review.

    28. ***This ARC was received from Pavarti in exchange for a honest review***This story was quite confusing. I had to go back a few times and re-read because I thought I had missed something. Once I was finished I liked what I had gotten from the story but wish it had been longer so I could better understand.

    29. An emotional,heartbreaking and enrapturing readYou feel main characters confusion and wonder throughout as we follow her thought process and new discoveries. The plot kept me wondering where the story was headed and kept my attention till the very end. Overall a good short story with strong emotions and characters, and a good theme and backdrop.

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