What if you heard a sound no one else did? How would you feel if the only other people who may have heard it may not really exist? When something breaks us, does it also have the power to heal us? Jessica is fighting for redemption. Missed moments, memories, a golden path between two worlds and a maze of questions keep her asking the same thing over and over. Is it possible that a broken bird’s song can set you free?
File Size: 1344 KB
Print Length: 42 pages
Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
Publisher: eGenCo (December 22, 2014)
Publication Date: December 22, 2014
Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
I was born on the east coast, lived on the west coast and educated in the south, where I graduated college in a record four years earning the most advantageous degree: documentary film. I’d like to waste this moment and give thanks to all the countries I’ve been to. Were it not for your fabulously unusual experiences, I would not be the same. In Mexico I took a crash course in salsa; in Nepal I was trained in the art of survival. In Montenegro I grasped the illusive concept of how not to rush; in New Zealand, I learned how very different the English language can be. In South Africa, I discovered a passion for writing. In all I’ve been to 17 countries and want to keep adding to the list, searching for new life experiences and amazing adventures.
Bloodrayne Redemption by Raber is a very short story. Parts of the book were fascinating, but other parts didn’t make a lot of sense.
This is her first book and I see great potential in her style and how she can describe things. I believe Raber will become a great writer in the future.
This first book was a little lacking and made me wonder how all of the loose ends fit together. The idea of the story was pretty neat, but it still needs a lot of work in my opinion.
I recommend you read this book, because it is a short story and you can see the potential that I did. Good story, but needs more work.
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