- Release Date: July 12th 2011
- Publisher: Telemachus Press
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*No Spoilers !
I must admit I might have developed a soft spot for dystopian books!!!!
In Fallen we are introduced to the world After! A scientific experiment gone bad is cause of the creation of the Mists. The mists are "energy clouds" that consume everything with metal and minerals in them which means practically ALL things. Whole cities were annihilated on the spot and as usually in the face of destruction the bigger threat is mankind turning on itself.
During the chaos some people managed to survive among those people is Emma and her daughter Mandy along with seven other children added to the small group during their course towards safety.
With all the monsters lurking in every turn Arthur and his men can provide Emma and her kids with a sense of safety and kindness. So Emma strikes a bargain with Arthur! A place in their camp for her and the kids in exchange for her "intimate" company during the night.
Emma has lost all hope, all sense of future and all her faith but while in Arthur's camp she realises that there might be hope after all. She makes new friends and with her healing hands becomes a necessary addition to the camp.
Arthur is carrying a great secret on his shoulders, he has his head full with ideas about rebuilding the world, the preservation of the camp and the people inside but during his intimate moments with Emma he finds peace and they start to share a bond that will warm both their hearts.
But Emma, Arthur and their friends are not alone in the world, and news about her healing hands has reached other camps as well, so their enemies are closer than ever.
By the end of the book Emma will have to face the truth about who Arthur really is and has to reveal the truth about herself.
Fallen is a truly captivating book, caught from page one till the end the reader will go through with he MC’s all their small victories and worries; but this book ends with a mild cliff-hanger so make sure to have Cold Lights at hand!!!
Traci L. Slatton
For several years, Traci had a hands-on healing practice. She worked with people with migraines, cancer, infertility, HIV, chronic fatigue, and those in emotional and spiritual crises, or what she calls 'spiritual unfoldment.' For disease, she believed that her role as a healer was not to fix her clients, but to go with them on a journey of questioning old patterns, discovering blocks in the body's natural flow, and re-educating the consciousness in a more whole way of being.
Traci has published dozens of poems, short stories, and articles in magazines and literary journals. She greatly enjoyed researching Edgar Cayce, quantum physics, and Rupert Sheldrake's morphic fields for PIERCING TIME & SPACE. For the historical novel IMMORTAL, she inquired deeply into the art and life of the Italian Renaissance, a period when thinkers like Pico della Mirandola, Leonardo da Vinci, and Marsilio Ficino were engaged in questioning the nature and relationship of science, art, and the soul. IMMORTAL was a bestseller in Italy, Russia, and Brazil and was also translated into French, Greek, Spanish, and Polish.
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