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What started as an action-packed thriller in which a bunch of gifted teenagers fight demons in order to save their city, turned into a spiritual journey that reminded me of some things we, modern people, tend to overlook. Too caught up in our daily problems and too distracted by technology, we often forget that there’s more to this life and that sometimes we might just not be the ones to control it. “Aiko: Teenage Demon Fighter” is a great read for teenagers and adults alike.
Open your eyes to darkness. What do you see? Does the darkness frighten you? Now imagine the darkness being the cargo hold of a slave ship. Your city has fallen. Your family is most likely dead. You don't know anyone around you, and some of them aren't even human. Giving up would be so easy to do, but not for Arowyn Mason. Not after being raised in a military family with seven brothers.
Zyre faces the actuality of power within the universe while she struggles with the notion of friendship, loyalty, the reality of her world, the choice of whether to pursue the dangerous decision of revenge, or give into the obsessive love of another. #Kindle #Fantasy
Coming Soon ! " Morningside" by Ashley Madau. Curious, a young woman attending a formal dinner party in 1928 follows an attractive male stranger with hypnotic eyes out of the dining room and into the darkness where she inexplicably loses consciousness...
The Mining Town of Atonement lies on the fringes of the Dark Territory. It is plagued by violence, greed, corruption and decadence. The Towns Marshal John Cartwright is no stranger to death, but his whole life is upended by the arrival of three enigmatic strangers; none of whom are what they appear to be. Their appearance leads to a number of strange and inexplicable deaths.
My life? Well, to say that my life just wasn't going the way I wanted it to would be a vast understatement. I my twenties I accumulated over 20 speeding tickets, was fired from around 15 jobs, and went to jail 3 times. I knew I wanted to be successful and achieve my goals, but I couldn't manage to get my act together. It seemed as if there was some sort of invisible force out to get me that would appear out of nowhere and sabotage my efforts.