THE SALZBURG SAGA
When a group of professionals embark on a networking ski trip to Salzburg, Austria, but their plane crashes into snow-covered and treacherous back country, nothing has prepared them for what they’ll face as they fight for humanity’s basic instinct: survival.
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Rise is a wonderful tale where you can’t help but analyze your fears and through the pages it helps you conquer those fears that you live with and you take your own personal journey of self-discovery.
I really enjoyed Spiral. Really good plot to the story. Very well written. Would highly recommend it to anyone who likes this kind of stories. Can't wait to read more from this author. Fast paced to the end.
Written with vivid descriptions, characters that are as varied as they are human, Spiral allows one can feel the cold, the desperation and will to live. Will they be rescued? Who will survive? Could I survive a disaster like this?
JAKE RANDELL, THE WASHINGTON PAPER
MANDY FERNANDEZ, SEATTLE DAILY
GEMMA NASHVILLE, BOOKS IN REVIEW
Davina is the author of RISE, The Salzburg Saga trilogy, and with her sister, co-wrote the non-fiction title, Before We Become Extinct: How Do I Get the Confidence to Wear My Natural Woolly Hair? She was born and raised in London. An avid reader from a young age, she cites her favourite childhood books as Tiger Eyes by Judy Blume, Hacker by Marjorie Blackman, The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe by C. S. Lewis, and The Twits by Roald Dahl.
Davina began to write her own stories at age ten and would give them to her schoolteachers to read. Not limiting herself to any one genre, she wrote stories about children’s fiction, romances, and mysteries. She fondly remembers enjoying her mock GCSE English exam at age 15 because she was required to write a story: “I wrote about a teenage girl who finds out that her boyfriend is cheating on her,” she recalls. “I remember my teacher giving me an A grade and writing at the end of the paper, ‘What a creep!’
She didn’t think about writing again for several years and instead pursued higher education and graduated with honours in European Business with Spanish from the University of Salford. The course had included an ERASMUS placement in La Universidad de Salamanca, Spain.
It wasn’t until she was working in the City that she had the idea for RISE, and wrote it around her day job. It was published in 2015.