The Statue of Ku

The Statue of Ku By Tricia Stewart Shiu Sydney Shiu, The Statue of Ku The second book in the Moa Book Series follows Hillary and Moa as they jet to Egypt on the Prince s private plane to reclaim Moa s family heirloom the inimitable statue of Ku Once on the ground howe
  • Title: The Statue of Ku
  • Author: Tricia Stewart Shiu Sydney Shiu
  • ISBN: 9780984002054
  • Page: 130
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Statue of Ku By Tricia Stewart Shiu Sydney Shiu, The second book in the Moa Book Series follows Hillary and Moa as they jet to Egypt on the Prince s private plane to reclaim Moa s family heirloom, the inimitable statue of Ku Once on the ground, however, they find that their search is less about retrieving a treasured family possession and about tracing a healing path in their genetic lineage to its true beginning.The second book in the Moa Book Series follows Hillary and Moa as they jet to Egypt on the Prince s private plane to reclaim Moa s family heirloom, the inimitable statue of Ku Once on the ground, however, they find that their search is less about retrieving a treasured family possession and about tracing a healing path in their genetic lineage to its true beginning Their journey involves magic, sacrifice and discovering their unique healing gifts, which live within all of us Their story intertwines with that of the real boy, Ku his questions, his travails and, eventually, his triumph In their continuing search for the Statue, Hillary and Moa find that the answer to every question they seek is where they least expect it and that healing gifts are not lost but merely forgotten.
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    1. Tricia Stewart Shiu Sydney Shiu

      Tricia Stewart Shiu is a 35 time award winning author, speaker, and intuitive expert She is the founder of the Human Being Company and her inspirational recordings have received 1.5 million streams and downloads internationally.Her imprint, Human Being Publishing, has produced international bestselling, award winning novels ranging from her YA, SciFi Mystical Adventure, Moa Series, to Women s Fiction with her award winning Bestseller, PLEASE HOLD The Moa Series, MOA, STATUE OF KU and IRON SHINTO has garnered praise from both critics and the general public for groundbreaking themes and fresh approach to story structure While continuing her passion for writing, Tricia now offers engaging and inspirational speaking workshops to corporations and groups of all sizes.Media Contact To schedule an interview with Tricia Stewart Shiu, please contact Scott Lorenz, President of Westwind Communications Book Marketing, 734 667 2090, Cell 248 705 2214 or scottlorenz westwindcos or book marketing expert

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    1. I was extremely excited upon hearing the news that I had won through a GoodReads first read giveaway Tricia Stewart Shiu s novel the statue of Ku, as it looked fantastic and sounded really interesting I would like to thank the author for her kind words and for giving the gift of her work to the world, as it is a remarkable volume being something that I cannot enthuse about enough The calming, healing cover of this book connects to the narrative, which is moving and poignant as well as very meani [...]

    2. I just finished reading Statue of Ku by Tricia Stuart Shiu It s the second book in the Moa book series I was so glad I was able to review both books back to back and I can t wait to get the third book, The Iron Shinto and make time to read it You can either let fear control you or let it go The choice is up to you AmThis book picks up where the first book, Moa leave off The author does a wonderful job re capping the first book at the beginning of this book, so that you don t feel lost when start [...]

    3. You can either let fear control you or let it go This was the most powerful and inspirational sentence I ve ever read The fear is that thing that controls you, that makes you do or not to do some things Fear stops us from living our best Fear stops us enjoying the life So you have a choice you can either let fear control you or let it go and live your life This is a story for fear and courage A story for friendship and love A story for slavery and freedom A story for magic and real So, here s th [...]

    4. Disclaimer I received a review copy of The Statue of Ku from Novel Publicity as part of the Moa blog tour All opinions about this book are my own Many thanks to Tricia Stuart Shiu and Emlyn Chand for the opportunity to participate The Statue of Ku picks up exactly where Moa left off and keeps your attention until the surprising end I say surprising as I never really saw that happening And by that I mean that you really need to read for yourself to find out what I mean It was easier this time aro [...]

    5. I just finished reading Statue Of Ku It is the second book in the Moa series written by Tricia Stewart Shiu It takes place in Egypt Hillary, Heidi, Molly, and Moa work together with the king and prince to recover the Statue Of Ku It is a family heirloom of Moa s Not only does she want it, it is discovered that without it her entire family line will perish I loved this book I couldn t get enough of it I didn t think it was possible to like the second book better than I liked the first book It hap [...]

    6. This will be an interesting review I don t usually review two books in a series so close together, but in this case, I ll make an exception.The second book begins with Moa and Hillary on a plane to Egypt, and a ritual for the invocation of Ku I have to admit, getting back into the practice of doing rituals is something I should really begin again.There are many things each book I read does for me, and some how, each book I read seems to be at the right time in the right place You can call that k [...]

    7. Re read in anticipation of Book 3 which yay yay and yay again will soon be in my hands My thoughts Just as good the second time around Lately, I ve been reading a lot of middle books in trilogies, in quartets, etc , and unlike most, The Statue of Ku does not fall victim to what s commonly become known around here as second book syndrome or middle book syndrome you know, where not much happens and the book serves as of a gateway into the concluding volume I m pleased to report this is not the ca [...]

    8. View the original review in my blog The Midnight Book Thief The Bad and the Good Development of past characters Now, I only had one issue with this book I felt like the previous characters from the book didn t develop that much By saying that, I am still talking about the character connection This is a huge factor for me, and I was disappointed that I found it hard to relate to Hilary, Molly, and even Heidi in The Statue of Ku However, I began to like Moa But I don t mean that the characters we [...]

    9. I read and reviewed this book with the the first one, Moa, so my review here is about both books This is also the same review I posted at the page for Moa Let me kick off this review by saying something about the book covers I actually like them They evoke a sense of calm and peace Although at first glance they look like generic book covers, their significance becomes clearer once you ve read the books.The books were pretty easy to read Each book sort of had two perspectives a third person persp [...]

    10. Moa is an Ancient entity who became human to save her friends homeland Now, she and Hillary must travel to Egypt to retrieve her family s legacy, the statue of Ku But, now that she is human, her powers are gone and her situation might get complicated Happily, she can count with the help of a mysterious royal family The statue, however, is than just a sculpture and, to reveal its true nature, Ku must tell the story of how he found himself alone and powerless, but in need to fight to recover his [...]

    11. Statue of Ku begins immediately following Moa There is a bit of recap so if you haven t read the first book or if it s been a while you can get your bearings This story seemed to move along at a faster clip and kept my attention much better than the first one I felt as if the author was in her stride by this point and the story just flowed.That said, there were some similar issues with Statue of Ku as in Moa The odd POV shifts continued with a distant 3rd person that seemed to be observing the e [...]

    12. Statue of Ku, the second book in the Moa series was a much exciting read than the first book The story was well paced which allowed for an easier read Continuing from where Moa left off, the adventure moves to Egypt, where Moa, Hillary, Molly and Heidi go in search of the Statue of Ku This statue belonged to Moa s mother and Moa swore to regain possession of it as soon as she returned to her human life Although I still wasn t able to connect with any of the characters from the first book, they [...]

    13. 3.5 starsReview originally posted HEREStatue of Ku was an amazing sequel to Moa I love that the series is filled with colourful illustrations and the parts I found hard to adapt to in Moa, like the dual perspectives and spiritual overtones, I loved in Statue of Ku I guess these things took me by surprise in Moa but in Statue of Ku, I expected it and it added a great deal to the story.Statue of Ku takes place in Egypt and the story centers around Ku, whose statue Hillary, Heidi, Moa and Molly are [...]

    14. This novel continues with the same major characters are the previous novel Hillary, Molly, Heidi, and Moa but adds an important new character, Ku, who takes the main point of view.Moa has relinquished her powers, and is a regular human instead of an Ancestral Gatekeeper Ku, however, is not human and seems to watch over the main characters just as Moa did in the previous novel Moa and Hillary, as well as Hillary s family members Molly and Heidi, were able to restore balance to the Hawaiian island [...]

    15. Pros A good story with a solid plot Interesting scenes and gripping when in past tense.Cons I wasn t a fan of the present tense segments I was far invested in the story when it switched to Ku s story and read in past tense This may be just a personal preference, though.Movie Potential I m afraid not The most I see is a cartoon series.Writing style As I mentioned, I believe Tricia s past tense writing is far stronger than her present tense That s not to say her present tense was horrid, just not [...]

    16. The Statue of Ku by Tricia Stewart Shiu, the second in a series of fantasy books for young adults, finds 18 year old Hillary and Moa flying to Egypt to reclaim Moa s family heirloom and while doing so learns about magic, healing and sacrifice while dealing with love and heartache.Readers are easily drawn into the plot by the writing craft of Shiu as excitement in the plot quickly unfolds and pushes the reader quickly to a dramatic ending I also enjoyed the illustrations which we well synced with [...]

    17. I picked up this book without realizing that it was the second book in a series However, the author went over all of the important details from the first book at the beginning of this one I didn t feel lost at all and was able to read this no problem I really enjoyed following Hillary and Moa as they travelled to Egypt to find the legendary Statue of Ku Learning the backstory behind the statue was very interesting and I think it helped bring the whole story together Ku was an interesting charact [...]

    18. The storyline was good but the plot was all over the place, I like the rituals and the little snippets of history, but it was not enough A lot of unnecessary details taking up the space of the book The characters Hilary, Molly and Heidi have grown in the spiritualistic side of things Moa, is still an entity getting used to being human again, although not always successful I am happy that I get to read this book as a follow up to Moa, the first book I am sure now I have gotten Moa the first book [...]

    19. I won this book through First Reads and I do see the potential butI am struggleing with the spiritual angle in the book and I m sad to say I couldn t finish the book Some passeges in the book are quite exiting and drives me to read on, but very quickly the action turns to healing rituals, spirits and inner energies Every chapter starts with a ritual which I find rather ridiculous and I can t see the point in them One maybe to set the reader in the right mood, but not so many

    20. Written in the same way as Moa this story goes into the depths of Egypt to find Ku Again the story jumps point of views in different places and had me confused to where I would have to reread a section a couple of times just to figure it out This one has or to me seems to have a lot characters in it but I was still unable to attach and connect to any of them This story is a bit longer then the first book but still could be easily enjoyed for a lazy afternoon read.

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