Saturday, 30 June 2018

Crystal Casters Awakening: A #Paranormal #Fantasy by Jenn Nixon

The 100 meets Lost Girl

When Cyndra Raine inherits her grandmother’s crystal, she inadvertently awakens a lethal elemental force she doesn’t understand. Panicked and desperate, she flees the safety of her village, determined to find answers only to run into a man named Rune with the same abilities and questions.

Zorin has spent twenty-five years soaring over his island waiting for something, anything, to change. After sensing caster power he can’t ignore, he leaves the island and finds two casters under attack on the mainland. He’s shocked to learn Cyndra and Rune are ignorant of their lineage and the war that destroyed the world.

Intrigued by Cyndra and the immense power she possesses, Zorin promises her the truth about the past in exchange for her help. Inexplicably drawn to the winged man, Cyndra agrees to his terms and together they begin a journey that tests everything she knows about her world and discovers a connection to Zorin more profound than any she’s ever imagined.

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Friday, 29 June 2018

Author Spotlight: Hell Hole: The Official Screenplay by Donald Firesmith #SciFi #Horror | Renee Scattergood

Originally posted by Renee Scattergood:

Welcome to this week’s Friday Author Spotlight! Today I have Donald Firesmith returning to tell us about the screenplay of his science fiction novel, Hell Holes: What Lurks Below. He has also taken the time to participate in an interview so keep reading!
A geek by day, Donald Firesmith works as a system and software engineer helping the US Government acquire large, complex software-intensive systems. In this guise, he has authored seven technical books, written numerous software- and system-related articles and papers, and spoken at more conferences than he can possibly remember. He’s also proud to have been named a Distinguished Engineer by the Association of Computing Machinery, although his pride is tempered somewhat by his fear that the term “distinguished” makes him sound like a graybeard academic rather than an active engineer whose beard is still slightly more red than gray.
By night and on weekends, his alter ego writes modern paranormal fantasy, apocalyptic science-fiction, action and adventure novels and relaxes by handcrafting magic wands from various magical woods and mystical gemstones. His first foray into fiction is the book Magical Wands: A Cornucopia of Wand Lore written under the pen name Wolfrick Ignatius Feuerschmied. He lives in Crafton, Pennsylvania with his wife Becky, and his son Dane, and varying numbers of dogs and cats.

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When a huge hole opens up in the path of a controversial new pipeline, the oil company’s head of safety convinces her estranged husband to fly up to Alaska’s North Slope and investigate. But when the geologist Jack Oswald rappels down into the mysterious pit, he discovers it is unlike anything he has ever seen before. Meanwhile, giant wolf-like creatures slaughter both wildlife and people, and they attack the nearby protester camp, indiscriminately killing protesters and even the oil company’s armed guards. This prompts a reporter to reveal herself as a member of an ancient secret society dedicated to defending humanity from demons. The survivors soon learn there are worse monsters than hellhounds. To repair his broken marriage, the middle-aged geology professor only needs to save his wife, defeat a devil, seal the hell hole, and put an end to Armageddon. What could possibly go wrong?
This movie script for the full-length feature film, Hell Hole, is based on Donald Firesmith’s novel, Hell Holes: What Lurks Below.

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Do you have a “day job”?
I work at the Software Engineering Institute at Carnegie Mellon University, which is a Federally Funded Research and Development Center supporting the US Government, primarily the military. I spend most of my time helping programs acquire cyber-physical systems.
What genres do you write?
I write speculative fiction, meaning a mixture of science fiction, horror, paranormal, and fantasy with a hint of action/adventure.
Is there a genre that you’ve been wanting to experiment with?
I love Steampunk and would eventually like to write some myself. I love the alternative history and the steampunk style.
What inspires you to write?
I have stories to tell that won’t let me be unless I write them down. I also greatly love the positive feedback I get from readers.
How often do you write?
I try to write four or five days a week, but several chronic illnesses combined with my day job mean that there are days when I don’t feel good enough to write.
How long does it take you to write a novel?
Because of my other commitments, it takes me 2-3 years per novel.
What is the oddest thing you’ve ever researched for one of your books?
The third Hell Holes book, To Hell and Back, involves the use of nuclear bombs, including modifying one to make it man-portable. I, therefore, had to research existing bombs including their components and how their controls work.
When did you first consider yourself an author?
When my first book was published. I considered myself a successful author when I started to get great reviews from unknown readers.
What is the biggest obstacle you face as an author and what do you do to overcome it?
My biggest obstacles are (1) I have a full-time job that often requires more than 40 hours a week and (2) I have Crohn’s Disease. I often feel too tired or ill to write.
What is the best compliment you’ve ever received as an author?
“This novel follows on from the first novel, Hell Holes – What Lurks Below and is, again, written in journal form but this time by Dr. Angela Menendez, the wife of the author of the first journal. She follows on more-or-less where the last account ended, and it’s amazing that a book written by the same author (Donald Firesmith) can fool one into thinking that it’s written by a completely different person. Such is the strength of the writing that the new “author” (Dr. Menendez) shines through and her personality & writing style is quite different to that of the other journal’s surrogate author, her fictional husband.”
What is the best thing about self-publishing?
I love the artistic freedom and the ability to make updates whenever I want.

Wednesday, 27 June 2018

Veznek: A #SciFi #Novel by Andrew Gates | Renee's Author Spotlight

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Formerly an on-site educator at the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum in Washington, DC, Andrew Gates is now a Virginia-based science-fiction writer and magazine contributor. He is best known as the author of the Color of Water and Sky series.

Gates has always been fascinated by science-fiction and fantasy ever since he was a kid. His writing style has been compared to that of Isaac Asimov, author of the Foundation series. Gates's multiple POV writing style focuses on world-building and large scope politics. Though his stories take place in a fictional world, his characters are realistically portrayed and grounded in reality.

When Andrew Gates is not writing, he enjoys running competitively and watching films.

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Kholvaria has been attacked. Its greatest city destroyed. A cloud of debris now covers the void once filled by Vigilant Behemoth. In the wake of this unexpected assault, the Chiefdom’s leadership is promptly evacuated to a fallback shelter beneath the surface. But the horrors of the Behemoth’s destruction cannot be forgotten. Here in the grimy confines beneath the Earth, Kho Veznek, second-in-command of the Chiefdom, will stop at nothing to claim vengeance on those responsible for his city’s destruction… even if that means going through his own people to do it. As tensions mount between the ranks of humans and Kholvari alike, the fate of the world comes to its ultimate tipping point.

Author’s Warning: This novel contains scenes of graphic sexual trauma and physical torture and is intended for mature audiences. Reader discretion is advised.

Veznek is the third book in the Color of Water and Sky series by Andrew Gates.

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The biochemist held the stopped vial in his right hand, staring at the vivid color as it gleamed in the light. It looked so pure, like a cloudless sky on a sunny day. It was hard to believe this small sample of liquid could be the key to saving humanity.

It had been too long since there had been any hope.

“It’s beautiful,” Carla added, leaning in over David’s shoulder. She pressed her human hand against his back, comfortingly. “Now just don’t drop it.”

“Very funny, Carla. You know if I dropped this thing, that’s years of research down the drain.”

David carefully placed it back in the tray. Good, he thought, it’s secure.

“I know, I know,” she replied. “I’m just giving you a hard time. I know how much this moment means to you, to the world.”

“It means a lot. That’s why I made a backup. I put it in that case over there,” he said, motioning to a black box on a rack.

“And here you had me worried.”

David removed the safety goggles and turned to face her.

As always, Carla’s robotic left arm was first to catch his eye. It extended well past the sleeve of her lab coat, almost a full hand’s length longer than her natural right arm. The metallic prosthetic came in handy when working with hazardous or heavy equipment. If resources had been what they used to be, David would have gotten the same procedure for himself.

Today Carla wore a lab coat with a pink t-shirt underneath. He always liked the way pink looked on her. It complimented her rosy cheeks and thin lips. Carla’s short brown hair appeared unkempt, suggesting she had gone without a shower for far too long. David guessed his own hair did not look much better.

Vigilant Behemoth
“Now doctor, if I didn’t know any better, I’d say you were eyeing me up,” Carla noted.

David smiled as he stood to join her.

“Tracking my eye movements, are you? I know you have enhanced vision, but it’s not that good.”

“Oh, you can’t be so sure, mister.”

They leaned in and shared a kiss. Her lips felt soft against his. They held this moment for a few seconds. For the first time in a long time, David felt truly at peace.

“You did it,” she said, congratulating him as they pulled away. “Your formula… it’s done! It’s all done.”

“Mostly done,” David admitted. “Testing on squirrels is one thing. A live human is…” He shook his head. “Very different.”

“It’ll work,” Carla said, reassuringly. “I know it will.”

“It had better,” he replied. For all our sakes.

Tuesday, 26 June 2018

The Shadow Files: 23 New and Exclusive #Paranormal #Thriller #Novels

Magic, treachery, and corruption await in these cloak and dagger thrills.
23 Paranormal Cases. 23 Records on File. 23 Supernatural Suspense mysteries for you to solve!

This limited edition boxed set collection contains 23 files of mystery, mayhem, and paranormal danger from twenty-two bestselling, award-winning, and up-coming authors.

Join the dark side with vampires, cursed bootleggers, a wicked succubus, a demon prince, and the Devil’s daughter herself.

Partner with private eyes with psychic third eyes, mages who resurrect rebel angels, and witches as they hunt down denizens of the dark.

Take a walk down a mysterious dark alley with a magician as you battle murderers, relic hunters, and Nazis.

And follow voodoo priestesses as they spy on nefarious secret societies and discover the literal heart of a serial killer in hopes to defeat the deadly creatures lurking in the shadows.

All this and more can be found inside, if you dare to brave the shuddering secrets hidden throughout these pages.

***The Shadow Files contains 23 New and Exclusive Novels fans of Jim Butcher and Charlaine Harris are sure to enjoy!***

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#YouTubeTuesday - Littlest Preemie Kitten Grows Up! | Renee Scattergood

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I've been waiting for this video! I've been following little Badger's story since the beginning and seeing him growing brings (happy) tears to my eyes. Check him out!

Monday, 25 June 2018

#Medieval Monday: Insults | Allison D. Reid

Originally posted by Allison D. Reid:

I thought this week I’d amuse you with some medieval insults. Some were used for good-natured ribbing, whereas others might be more defamatory in nature. Reputation was important in the medieval world, and slandering the wrong person meant you could find yourself in court. Men typically based their reputations on social status, whereas the reputations of women were more based on their virtue and the way they conducted themselves. Depending on where you live, some of these insults (or versions of them) might still be in use today. If this is the case, please know that no real offense is intended—this is all in good fun!
Bespawler: Someone who spits when they talk.
Bobolyne: A fool.
Churl: Coarse and peasant-like. Its origin is the Old English “ceorl” which meant “one level above a slave.”
Cox-comb: A vain, narcissistic person.
Cumberworld: A useless person.
Dalcop: A very stupid person.
Doxy: A promiscuous woman. Also literally the wife or lover of an outlaw who robbed people on the road.
Driggle-Draggle: A messy or untidy woman.
Fopdoodle: A stupid, idiotic person.
Fustilugs: A large, clumsy slob.
Glos Pautonnier: An Old French word for a gluttonous scoundrel.
Hedge-born: Of base birth, or illegitimate
Levereter: Corrupt (“Liver-eater”)
Mandrake Mymmerkin: Childlike. A puppet, or little man.
Muck-sprout: Someone who is overly talkative and curses a lot.
Mumblecrust: A toothless beggar.
Puterelle: A woman of ill-repute.
Raggabrash: A grubby, disorganized person.
Rakefire: A guest who has outstayed their welcome.
Ronyon: An old, mangy, scabby woman
Saddle-goose: A very stupid person.
Scobberlotcher: A lazy person who never works hard.
Skamelar: A scrounge, or parasite.
Snoutband: Someone who constantly interrupts a conversation to correct or contradict the speaker.
Sot: A drunkard.
Stampcrab: A clumsy person.
Trencherman: Someone who overeats and attends social events just for the food.
Wandought: A weak, ineffectual man.
Whiffle-whaffle: An indecisive person who wastes others’ time.
Yaldson: The son of a prostitute.

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New This Week: Another Disaster! #WIP #WritersLife | Renee Scattergood

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Last week was a complete disaster. The weekend was going great, then Monday hit. My daughter’s insomnia kicked in, which meant I was getting no sleep. Then I got sick again. By Thursday things were settling down and I was feeling better, so I spent some time trying to get caught up with writing and other work.
Next thing I knew, my daughter let out a blood-curdling scream from her bedroom. My husband and I raced in there to find out what happened, although I already knew somehow. Last year, she dislocated her knee. It was the same scream.
It was better and worse this time.
Better because the paramedics were able to pop it back in before they put her in the ambulance this time, so she didn’t have to ride all the way to the hospital with her knee still out.
It was better because she was calmer. It had happened before and she knew what to expect.
It was worse because she was so distraught over having done it again. Apparently, because she is so thin and tall, they say it may happen if she’s not careful when she has growth spurts (which she recently had). As she is growing the ligaments and tendons soften and it’s easier for the knee to dislocate. Now, at least we know whenever she has a growth spurt, she will need to take it easy and do simple exercises the physio gives her to strengthen her knee joints before doing anything too crazy.
It was worse because the swelling was much worse this time and there is some bruising, so she may have sprained it, strained it or both as well. They did an X-Ray because they were concerned she broke something, but the X-Ray came back clear. Still, there could be damage that isn’t showing up yet because of the swelling so we’ll likely have to have another X-Ray done in two weeks.
It’s worse because her recovery time may be longer this time, and she was just finally becoming confident about dancing and being her old active self again. She even wanted to start swimming again. I’m worried now she’ll be afraid to do anything that resembles activity because she’s going to constantly be afraid of dislocating her knee again. Somehow we’re going to have to convince her that the strengthening exercises and being aware of her growth spurts will prevent it from reoccurring… not an easy thing with an autistic child who becomes fixated on fearing past events.
Because the injury was worse this time, she was in a lot of pain the first couple of days. Needless to say, I didn’t get sleep again for a few days. I spent one night curled up on the end of the sofa because she didn’t want to be alone and she wanted to watch TV to distract her from the pain. I was icing her knee on and off all night on top of giving her pain medication just so she could get a few naps in here and there.
So yeah, nothing got done last week. She is finally going back to school tomorrow after all this, and hopefully, I’ll get in a normal workday. I think for this week, I just want to try and get caught up on everything I was meant to do last week.
Wish me luck!

Oracle: A #Fantasy #Novel by Carissa Andrews

Everyday I deal with personal prophecies and dish out guidance to the poor souls knocking at my door. I answer questions about their love lives, their hidden desires, and all the other incessant queries they can't seem to answer for themselves. And everyday, I do it with a smile on my face when I really just want to roll my eyes or tell them to get off their ass and make a move. Any freakin' move.

Have I mentioned, people annoy the crap outta me?

Don't look so surprised. You'd be annoyed, too, if you were 2 millennia old and had to deal with the same questions day in and day out. Especially when all you really want to do, is unlock the big gaping hole in your own damn memories. The first 24 years of my super long existence are a complete void. I've been working on recovering the details for ages, but so far that's gone pretty much nowhere. Seriously, it's not too much to ask this messed up universe.

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Friday, 22 June 2018

Altered Seasons: Monsoonrise - A #SciFi #Novel by Paul Briggs | Renee's Author Spotlight

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Paul Briggs learned to read and write when he was two, the same time he was learning to talk. He spent the next twenty years learning that nobody talks the same way they write, or vice versa.

He lives in Easton, Maryland, has a master's degree in journalism from the University of Maryland, College Park, and is the author of two middle-grade science fiction novels, "Locksmith's Closet" and "Locksmith's Journeys." He is working on the concluding volume of the trilogy, "Locksmith's War." Paul has also written several short plays, two of which ("The Worst Super Power Ever" and "The Picture of Health") have won awards.

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An unexpected chain reaction in the climate creates a new weather pattern, bringing devastating floods every autumn after the droughts and heat waves of summer. Follow five people in their struggle with this new environment.

Carolyn Camberg is trying to save America.

Henry Pratt is trying to save his administration.

Isabel Bradshaw is trying to save her family.

Walter Yuschak is trying to save freedom.

Sandra Symcox is trying to save the world.

Who will survive? Who will succeed?

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“So you’re the analyst,” he said. “What’s your name?”

“Isabel Bradshaw, sir.” Her mind raced. Had Martineau called her in here because he didn’t trust Eveland and the others anymore? Or was it just that the news was so bad he needed to hear it from as many different people as possible before he accepted it?

“Get over here.”

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Isabel stepped over to his desk, trying to ignore the unmistakable aroma of real coffee coming from the cup on his desk. Then she glanced at the computer screen and made an involuntary noise in the back of her throat that sounded like “eep.” The screen was divided into four parts. The silver-haired man watching from the upper right, bronze-framed reading glasses perched on his nose… You have got to be kidding me, she thought. She’d just barely managed to work herself up to speak in front of the governor of Louisiana and the head of the Corps, and now they’d brought in President Pratt himself… and whoever those other three guys were? But then, the ORCS really was that important.

Martineau quickly introduced them. They were the secretary of the interior and the mayors of New Orleans and Baton Rouge.

“It’s an honor,” she said in a voice that came out a lot smaller than she’d intended. From the looks of the wall behind him, Pratt was on Air Force One right now. She thought about telling him she’d voted for him, but decided not to.

“You’re the one who’s been collecting the info and running the simulations?” said Martineau.


“Tell everybody what the situation is.”

“All right,” she said. “With near one hundred percent certainty, the water will crest over the top of the Low Sill tomorrow. As of noon today, we estimate a sixty-four percent chance some part of the ORCS fails.”

There was a long, long silence after that.

“This is the worst-case scenario, right?” the governor finally said.

Isabel glanced at Martineau, hoping he’d say something. He looked expectantly at her. She glanced at Roth and Horrocks. Roth kept his face neutral. Horrocks shook her head.

Crap. They hadn’t told him. Isabel sighed. For her next trick, she was going to make her career disappear. At least she had a hell of an audience.

“Actually, sir, this is the best-case scenario,” she said.

As one, Eveland and Hickman rose to interrupt.

“What she means is, it’s an aggregate of possible—”

“Our analysts are trained to think in terms of—”

“Quiet,” said Martineau, not loudly but firmly.

As one, Eveland and Hickman shut up.

Martineau stood up and clapped a hand on Isabel’s shoulder. “I want everybody but this young lady out of the room now.”

Author Spotlight: Lovelock Ones - A #SciFi #Dystopian #Novel by Tricia Copeland | Renee Scattergood

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Welcome to this week’s Friday Author Spotlight! Today Tricia Copeland is visiting with her post-apocalyptic dystopian book, Lovelock Ones. Later she’ll be sharing an excerpt from the story, but first, let’s get reacquainted.
Tricia Copeland grew up in Georgia and now lives in sunny Colorado with her family. In addition to the award-nominated Being Me series, her books include Best Book Award Fantasy Finalist series, The Kingdom JournalsLovelock Ones, a post-apocalyptic dystopian adventure, and Drops of Sunshine, a YA paranormal novella. Find all of Tricia’s books on her website! Connect with Tricia and other readers on your favorite social media with the following links!

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A post-apocalyptic/dystopian science-fiction adventure…
Jema and Troy manage semi-normal lives at the Port Orford Naval Base despite global warming and mandatory genetic typing. With the threat of a second worldwide flu epidemic, their parents send them to a remote desert community. Jema’s sister contracts the virus, and Jema and Troy must decide whether to compromise the group to save one. Can Lovelock develop a cure in time to avoid mass casualty? As the political stage shifts, who can be trusted?

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Part Two: Bred One
Chapter 1 – Troy
“I’m never going to get this.” I let the bow fall to my side.
“Mark.” Jema used my Lovelock name. “I’ve been doing this for ten years. You’re not going to be perfect in a couple of months. It’s muscle memory, just like with football. You’ll get it.”
We’d been practicing for almost three months, both shooting and adapting to our community names. I called her Cleo about sixty percent of the time and hit the center target only one in ten.
“But for you it’s like breathing, Cleo.” I forced out her new name, trying to make the switch in my psyche. She would always be Jema to me.
“Have you never had to work at anything?”
“Yeah, this.” I held up the bow and arrow.
She kicked at the sand under her feet. “Maybe I’m not a good teacher. I just remember how my dad taught me. Think about it like throwing a football. You aim and then release, right?” Cocking her arm back, she faked a throw.
I dropped the bow. “If you put your arms around me like this.” I took her hands and wound them around my waist, so our lips were inches apart. Even in the dim light, I could see her cheeks flush. I loved feeling the warmth from her face. One day I would get up the courage to kiss her again.
Backing away, I lifted the bow and drew the string and arrow to my ear. “Twenty more and then we’ll run.”
“Might help if you use your night goggles like the rest of us.” Her voice trailed off as she walked away.
Swish. I let the arrow fly and fitted another on the string until my quiver emptied. I jogged to collect the arrows and turned to scan the area for Jema. I grabbed a bag and headed to her. “Commander Butler will be happy.” I held the open sac out to her.
“It’s a big one. It will have to hold him till we’re back.”
“You’d think he’d get tired of these.” I synched the bag closed.
“He loves rabbit.”
We walked to the blacktop, and I set the bow on top of her catch. Bumping her shoulder, I faced into the wind. “You ready for this?”
“You beating me again? Never.”
“No, tomorrow.” I pumped my knees up and down in place a few times.
“Yep.” She started a slow jog beside me.
“Not nervous?”
“Always nervous. I hate that it has to be a different place every time.”
“Yeah, and this is the farthest west we’ve been since our marrow run.” I shook my head, clearing the image of the dead soldiers from my brain.
“I do not like that the rendezvous is half an hour from the border.”
“Butler says they’re tightening security.”
Beside me, Jema’s shoulders trembled. “I feel like General Zhou is waiting for us at Port Orford.”
“Yeah, I can see him sitting at your kitchen table, wondering where you went.” I elbowed her, and she jumped to stay in stride.
“Fine. Whatever. Make fun of my nightmares.”
“At least you don’t dream about punching the commander every night.”

Thursday, 21 June 2018

Special Feature: Veronica (Deamhan Chronicles #4.5) - A #Paranormal #Fantasy by Isaiyan Morrison | Renee Scattergood

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Choices must be made.
Veronica Austin has been through it all. After being attacked by a random Deamhan vampire, her fellow Deamhan friends Remy and Anastasia save her life by handing her over to The Brotherhood. It’s an organization that Veronica’s intimately familiar with, considering her parents’ long and secret involvement with them. And as mysterious observers of the Deamhan around them, The Brotherhood is just as dark and dangerous.
Several years later, Veronica has recovered from the attack and is released from The Brotherhood. She heads back to Minneapolis, where her fellow Deamhan thrive. But secrets are soon unearthed and nothing will ever be the same. Now Veronica must decide whose side she’s on – The Brotherhood that’s fueled the tragedy in her family or the Deamhan who have betrayed her.
Veronica (Deamhan Chronicles #4.5) is the latest captivating installment in the Deamhan Chronicles series. In this gripping tale, loss and revenge form the backdrop of a young woman’s journey to discover the truth about everything she holds dear… and what she finally needs to get rid of.

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