The Sign of the Jaguar

The Sign of the Jaguar

Jessica Khoury / Jun 27, 2019

The Sign of the Jaguar An ORIGIN Short by Author Jessica Khoury In ORIGIN we hear only Pia s side of the story In this new scene relive Pia and Eio s first meeting

  • Title: The Sign of the Jaguar
  • Author: Jessica Khoury
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 352
  • Format: ebook
  • An ORIGIN Short by Author Jessica Khoury In ORIGIN, we hear only Pia s side of the story In this new scene, relive Pia and Eio s first meeting.

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    About "Jessica Khoury"

      • Jessica Khoury

        Jessica Khoury wrote her first book at age 4, a fan fic sequel to Syd Hoff s Danny and the Dinosaur, which she scribbled on notebook paper, stapled together, and placed on the bookshelf of her preschool classroom Since that day, she s dreamed of being an author.When not writing, Jess enjoys spending time with family, playing video games, and traveling the world in search of stories and inspiration Jess currently lives in Greenville, South Carolina She is the author of Origin, Vitro, and forthcoming Kalahari.


    380 Comments

    1. This made me so happy Like Gah.Just a short story about how Eio and Pia met, but then from Eio's point of view. You get a better understanding of Eio as a character, but also of his fears and his feelings andAll of that in a three page short story. Damn.


    2. I always appreciate more insight into a male POV, and Eio is adorable as ever. Available to read for free on wattpad.wattpad/29264807



    3. AWWWW SO CUTE <3 Eio's POV of when he and Pia first ran into each other - literally - in the jungle - and OMG poor Eio gets made fun of in the Ai-oan village for his mixed blood that comes from his father :( But AHH, he was struck by Pia's beauty LOL & he told her she was ugly in the book HAHA



    4. THIS IS BRILLIANT. Such a tease. As much as I love creating ideas of where Eio and Pia could be, I NEED MORE ORGIN. Origin is just so good and I need more. THIS WAS WAY TO SHORT.




    5. I loved this. I miss the world built in the first book, I definitely will be diving back into this series next year!


    6. I loved reading Eio's version of how he met Pia!!! It was interesting to see things from his perspective, especially his first impression of her!


    7. Love it! It was so enthralling to what it was like for Eio, even if it only was for a chapter it really does help you understand his feelings, thoughts and emotions through out the book.


    8. This is a teeny-tiny short story of when Eio met Pia in the jungle, but this time it's in Eio's perspective. I loved Eio in Origin. Strong, clever, cute Eio. This story gave me more of him, as if I could ever forget him (Origin is one of my favourite books ever).


    9. Alright, so in my review of Origin, I said I didn't like how fast and hard Eio and Pia fell in love. Though, after reading this, ugghhh so cute. Now, the immediate love makes more sense because Eio talks about how the jaguar means good luck (which he also said in the book) and how Pia is in a way, the good luck he finds and is his destiny. The girl straightens, her chin lifting and her gaze narrowing on my face. "Pia," she says softly. "My name is Pia." Aaaahhh I love lines like that. Perfect pe [...]


    10. Normally I'm not too into the whole idea of retelling a scene already written in another person's perspective, but this was Eio, so of course I needed this. c: I'm still going through minor withdrawals since finishing it at approximately 3:27 AM last night/this morning, so it was nice to read something else relevant to Origin, especially that so involved Eio, as he surprisingly became one of the things I enjoyed most about Origin, and, this was just nice. *Hugs everywhere*


    11. Good short story told from Eio's perspective of his first encounter with Pia. This is a fun tidbit of background info on Eio but it could easily be read prior to reading Origin. I wish it was longer and let us know what other crazy thoughts went through Eio's mind as his friendship with Pia developped.


    12. Read it FREEI wanted to read this since I finished the book. It is cute. And short. But doesn't tell you anything new.


    13. POV that Eio had made me go all fan girly. It wasegard flipping adorable. I love the little addition to Origin. :)






    14. I loved reading this from Eio's point of view! I gave this short story five stars partially because of that, and honestly because I rather love jaguars.





    15. this made me so happy! it was my favorite book for like a week haha and I LOVE EIO SO EFFIN MUCH I WANT MORE OF HIS POV






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