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In the course of the story, Garth meets his true love. The reader gets to know the endearing characters and their individual traits while unravelling the twisted underlying causes of all their tribulations. There is a full cast, including the children of the village, the aliens who appear to save them and a gory array of monsters, as well as incredible weapons unheard of by mere humans. The moral to the story is that faith, light and goodness can overcome darkness and evil, which in turn strengthens relationships and promotes greater peace, and harmony.
Jeannine Fortier has written many short stories over the years and had poems included in published anthologies. She lives in St. Catharines, Ontario sharing a home with her three gorgeous cats, Buffy, Terra and Jack. A creative woman by nature, the story is her first fantasy novel.
Officer Jake Andrews, dedicated his life to protect and serve the people of Savannah. In the back of his mind always wondering “what if”? The arrival of a young woman from his past forces him to face a long-buried secret, that will change how he sees his future.
As danger comes to Georgia, Liz & Jake must learn to trust God and each other, to see their way out of the situation.
A world no one would believe.
From the moment Lyris is treated to coffee by a beautiful stranger, she has no idea that her life is about to change forever. In her enthusiasm to start at a new school with a new boyfriend, Lyris is almost able to look past his oddities.
The way he eyes up her striking red hair.
The way he loves that she’s seventeen. “The perfect age.”
And the way he’s gone from all but begging to show her a specific room in a specific house to making her swear never to even think about it again.
When Lyris doesn’t take his strange warnings seriously, she finds that nothing could have prepared her for what lay behind that door.
Suddenly, Lyris finds herself in a world no one would believe. A world where she’s only a few inches tall and giants aren’t creatures from fairy tales. Where humans are no longer the dominant race, but pets auctioned off to the highest bidder. Lyris understands the true danger of such a place, but there seems to be one person on her side.
Her kind and surprised captor.
And while Brindt appears to be sweet and trustworthy, he also straddles the line between seeing her as an equal and a cute animal.
Lyris has to get home… before the one person can turn to becomes the one person who can’t let her go.
To Nowhere is a YA dystopian novel that forces readers to ask what gives one person the right to keep another. Author C.E. Wilson has watched every episode of The Twilight Zone and it shows in her writing.
Buy To Nowhere today to read a dystopian where the one person you need to trust may be the one who can’t let you go.
Destiny: ‘The predetermined or inevitable path a person must follow.’
When nineteen year-old Lili McIntyre decides to trade her California summer for a mid-winter visit to Australia, it’s in hope of finding inspiration and direction in the country where her father was born. She’s nervous about her first overseas trip, yet excited about spending time with her aunt and embarking on what her mother insists is “an opportunity of a lifetime”.
But when Lili arrives in Melbourne the first thing she finds is the last thing she’s looking for–a brooding man who makes her heart race every time she sees him.
Enticed by his dark, seductive eyes Lili ignores her better judgement and finds herself drawn into a relationship that will test her very beliefs about life, reality and fantasy–and things that she thought only existed in nightmares.
Will Lili succumb to the allurement of this dark and sensuous stranger? And if so, does she have what it takes to follow the treacherous path that leads through his world of Absent Shadows?
Join Bryan as he makes decisions that could lead him away from everything he’s known. Will he do the right thing? Will he hold on to the faith his grandfather has tried to instill in him, or will he give it all up?
She is Earth’s first and only pupil to be enrolled at the Firestone Academy on the faraway Planet of Aruuliah!
Preparing for a new term, packed with the excitement of making new friends, confronting old enemies and getting to grips with alien technologies, Thea is soon to discover that being from Earth has its drawbacks as she becomes the target of a sinister plot to remove her from the Academy – permanently!
Help, however, comes from the most unlikely of places and she, unwittingly encounters a hidden realm concealed within the grounds of the Academy – a world made up of pure energy, populated with mythical creatures of legend and folklore, and whose existence remains a closely guarded secret from all physical beings, whether human or alien.
Time is running out though, as Thea, along with her best friends Jojan and Annalije, desperately try to figure out who, amongst her peers, hates her enough to wish her gone.
Can they solve the mystery before it’s too late, or will Thea, having faced mortal danger once already the previous summer, be lucky enough to escape, unscathed a second time?
But when he has a strange reunion with a mysterious childhood friend, Thea gets the opportunity to visit a world beyond the stars, and become Earth’s first student to enrol in an experimental Interplanetary Education Programme at the Firestone Academy, where lessons in telepathy and astral projection are part of the curriculum.
Things, however, are not as straightforward as they seem.
Not only is she having increasingly disturbing dreams, one of her fellow students despises her and will stop at nothing to make her leave, and as for that hideously deformed cave-dwelling creature, what can it possibly want with her?