A Path Toward Home – Book Review

a path toward home

A Path Toward Home

The Annals of Avonea Book One

By: Heather R. Lorenz


When your heart is divided, which path points toward home?

When seventeen-year-old Constance hits her head one afternoon in Canada, she wakes up in a country far, far away … on another planet. Worried that her family back on Earth will be frantic with worry, Constance just wants to go home.

In this magical other world, a handsome, aggravating, sword-wielding young prince and his trusted advisor agree to help her get back to Earth, but the journey becomes perilous. To reach the magic rock that can send her homeward, the three travelers must battle life-threatening human and natural enemies.

This modern classic will appeal to fans of adventure, romance, time travel, science fiction, fantasy, and Christian fiction. Suitable for tween readers and above, A Path Toward Home is the first title in The Annals of Avonea series.


‘A Path Toward Home’ read as a fairy tale. The young author, Heather R. Lorenz, writes the fantasy story with courage and imagination. There is much adventure, romance, and travel in the tale.

Author, Heather R. Lorenz does a wonderful job building the world of Avonea. She avidly describes the differences in her surroundings and the people she meets in her travel. The characters are well-written, well-developed, and easy to relate to. I’m looking forward to reading Book Two.

“A Path Toward Home’ is a fast paced read with one adventure leading into another. This middle-grade/young adult fantasy is a very entertaining and light read. I highly recommend it to all fantasy lovers.

I received a free PDF copy from Story Cartel in exchange for an honest review.

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