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The final hour has come. Rocks burn. Floods rage. Serpents fly. A storm of fire threatens the world. Amid the chaos, a man lies in a shuttered bedroom. He has the power to save the earth, but first he must retrieve an artifact of dream . . . a horror he has spent a lifetime trying to forget. With a single ally standing guard, his spirit searches his past, following clues tThe final hour has come. Rocks burn. Floods rage. Serpents fly. A storm of fire threatens the world. Amid the chaos, a man lies in a shuttered bedroom. He has the power to save the earth, but first he must retrieve an artifact of dream . . . a horror he has spent a lifetime trying to forget. With a single ally standing guard, his spirit searches his past, following clues that may unlock a second chance for the human race. All he needs is time. Enter Samuelle-a woman whose touch can raise the dead, kill the living. Her mission: find the dreamer, deliver the death touch, unleash the final storm. Fasten your seat belts for the concluding arc of the Veins Cycle, where cosmic forces play out on a human scale, and where the mind may yet be the strongest spirit of all....

Title : Vortex: Book Three of the Veins Cycle
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ISBN : 9781934571
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 282 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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Vortex: Book Three of the Veins Cycle Reviews

  • Leadie
    2019-06-12 02:02

    The more I read in this 'cycle' the more fascinating it is. It's hard enough to write a series, but to write a story that is an Ouroboros is quite a feat. The main characters stay the same but secondary characters keep changing. As does the story that takes place in one town. A town that keeps changing based on Indian legend, or is it? It is a cycle that continues based on the choices the characters make. These changes trigger another series of events that again cause the characters to have to make life and death choices. I'm not going to give any spoilers in this commentary. Just read the book(s) and you'll understand.