Companion Book: Satuisms Volume 1
Satuisms are inspired by the teen fantasy book series Satu Country. The jokes are full of parodies, puns, and wit. Volume 1 of Satuisms features comics inspired by Satu Country: Coming Tides, the first of the Satu Country series. Conceptual art by the author, and fan art included by permission of the artists, are also included in this volume.
Playlists of music that inspired the author while writing Coming Tides. Click on a character's name to hear songs that inspired traits of that characters or are a character's theme song (reminded readers or the author of that character). The songs in the playlists are not all-inclusive. There are many more songs that Rebecca Jane wanted to include that were not stored in the Playlist.com database.
Praise for Coming Tides
★★★★ "'Satu Country; is unlike any book I have ever read. This book is non-stop action from beginning to end. ... This book will take you on the ride of your life. This book is definately recommended for readers who love paranormal books filled with action, mystery, adventure and a bit of humor." - Crissy, reviewer.
★★★★ "If you like young adult fantasy you’re in for a treat. This author has created a work of fiction that will delight readers for years to come as the characters continue in her series Satu Country. Full of action, humor and the paranormal the book doesn’t disappoint. Two ex- students are accused of burning down the school and what happens when seven others are sent to bring them back is not to be missed. Each of these seven students has specific talents and powers and when they are put together the reader is taken on the ride of a lifetime. Although I had a bit of a problem with the book’s slow start, once I got into it I enjoyed the read. Give it a look – you’ll be glad you did!" - L. Leander, author and reviewer.
★★★★★ "This book is set in an excellent and thought out fantasy world. From tiger-men, to students, to the members of Principalities all the characters are unique and relate-able in one way or another. Dry and sarcastic humor is sprinkled throughout. This young author is setting up a wonderful series and should go far in this industry." - Bekah, reviewer.