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Demorn: Soul Fighter by David Finn

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Demorn: Soul Fighter is the third book of the fantasy Asanti Series by David Finn.

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One fighter against Ultimate Fate! New City. New Terror. Maximum DEMORN!

A lethal assassin fighting dark gods in cross-dimensional insanity!

A NEW STANDALONE VOLUME IN THE ASANTI SERIES!

Demorn, exile and assassin, has journeyed across the Glass Desert to Bay City to aid an old friend. The Bay is home to the Soul Fights and a welcome respite from the War which consumes her life. But the conflict that is tearing apart Firethorn follows her to Bay City.

As a catastrophic comet descends upon the Bay, Demorn fights to untangle a web of conspiracies surrounding friends and enemies alike. As she uncovers past sins from those she trusts the most, Demorn is slowly drawn into a desperate, last-ditch plan to avoid the destruction of everything, never sure where her loyalties lie.

Meanwhile, Demorn’s old friend is developing into something more


“A vivid lead character and a crazy-brilliant core premise make this more than just another action-wracked high concept thriller. But it’s ALL THAT too!” (Chuck Dixon, writer of Batman, Bad Times series)

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Watching TV in the dead of night, Demorn and The Asanti Series sprung into David’s mind, virtually unbidden and kicking ass. Punisher comics, Conan the Barbarian tales and Julian May’s classic time travel adventure series “Saga of the Exiles” all exercise a powerful grip on David’s imagination and exert an influence on Demorn and the Asanti Series. With three books out currently in the Asanti Series, work is underway on SHRINE: A Demorn origins tale!

(David Finn, March 2017)

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Brokenhearted by Bella Emy

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Brokenhearted is a contemporary romance by Bella Emy.

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Could you love someone after learning the truth of his or her family’s past? Could you forgive someone after they’ve done the impossible? Emily Jones has the perfect life. She’s married to a handsome man, has a career she loves, and amazing friends all around. She’s carefree and happy with the way everything has fallen into place for her–till one day it all comes crashing down on her. Her husband, Bruce, demands a divorce and she is left utterly brokenhearted. She’s completely devastated and fears she cannot go on. Then one day, a handsome stranger walks into her life–a stranger whom actually is more familiar to Emily than she realizes. Will she be able to let go of Bruce and start anew? Or will her broken heart hold her back from loving again? Sometimes your first love isn’t your one true love
 Sometimes you have to overcome what’s holding you back in order to move forward
 Sometimes, you have to let go in order to mend a broken heart.




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Author Bella Emy pictureI think everyone can relate to “Brokenhearted.” Most people have suffered from the pain that the end of a relationship can bring, but this book goes into so much more. It’s not just about Emily and Bruce’s divorce. It’s about the heartbreak that the death of a family member or even a friend can bring. It’s about the end of one thing and the beginning of another. It’s about dealing with the pain from things that hurt us in life and figuring out how we can get through that same pain and heartache. I feel that “Brokenhearted” will bring everyone that reads it to face his or her feelings and realize that this book is about us all.
(Bella Emy, March 2017)

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Scars from the Past by Derek Birks

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Scars from the Past is a historical fiction novel by Derek Birks.

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An unwelcome legacy. An impossible love. A relentless enemy.

By 1481, England has been free from civil war for ten years.
The Elder family have found a fragile peace after their part in the bloody struggle for the throne, yet scars from the past remain with them all.

Given time, they might heal, but when did the Elders ever have enough time? Close to home, in Ludlow, trouble is stirring.

Born out of the carnage of the Wars of the Roses, young John Elder is now the heir to his father’s legacy, but he finds it a poisonous one. Driven from the woman he loves, John abandons his legacy and flees the country to become a mercenary in Flanders.

In his absence, the other members of the Elder family must face a ruthless outlaw family. When the young heir to the throne, Edward, Prince of Wales, is caught up in their bitter struggle, his very life hangs in the balance.

To save a prince, all other lives must be put at risk, but only if the Elders can leave the scars of the past behind them, is there any hope of survival.




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Scars From The Past is the first in a new Wars of the Roses series featuring the adventures of the Elder family. This new series begins in 1481, ten years after the end of The Last Shroud.

There are a few familiar characters but the central characters, for the most part, are the next generation of Elders. As always, their retainers play key roles and no more so than on this occasion where the core of the book revolves around a tangled love story between John Elder, son of Ned Elder, and Lizzie Holton, the daughter of Ned’s steward.

The style and substance of the book continues that of the previous series, Rebels and Brothers. There is plenty of action for readers who like it, but also there is the underlying theme – as the title suggests – of a family that has been eviscerated by its misfortunes during the wars and is still trying to find its way.

The action is centred in Ludlow where the heir to the throne, Prince Edward, has his household. When this boy of only 12 years of age becomes embroiled in the troubles of the Elder family, it elevates their local struggle against a vicious criminal gang into an affair of state. Very soon the town of Ludlow, sodden from the appallingly wet autumn and winter of 1482, becomes a battlefield.

(Derek Birks, March 2017)

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