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Town Crier (eBook)

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Town Crier
Town Crier eBook Cover, written by Chris Jags
Town Crier eBook Cover,
written by Chris Jags
Author(s) Chris Jags
Publisher Amazon Digital Services
Publication date March 18, 2019
Media type eBook
Length 336 Pages
ASIN B07NDMX25L

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Town Crier is an eBook written by Chris Jags. In this work one of the characters is an Incubus.


Overview

  • Title: Town Crier
  • Author: Chris Jags
  • Published By: Amazon Digital Services
  • Length: 336 Pages
  • Format: eBook
  • ASIN: B07NDMX25L
  • Publishing Date: March 18, 2019


Plot Summary

Vika is Greenstone City's town crier. An awkward waif with no known family, she's not well-loved by anyone, especially her boss, who sends her into even the most dangerous neighborhoods to deliver the news.

One thing Vika does have is a powerful voice. A commanding voice. When she calls out, people listen. One evening, as she's finishing her rounds in Greenstone's roughest district, she's accosted by some thugs. An old woman on the run from local law enforcement saves her life. This woman, a witch, gifts Vika with the bizarre ability to temporarily command people to do as she says - but only if she calls out to them in her loud, town crier voice.

Testing her new power draws unwanted attention from a number of parties: a sadistic serial killer; a charismatic demon with undisclosed plans for Vika; and a vampire warlord, determined to drain every last drop of power from those who, like Vika, have been endowed with supernatural gifts.

Can Vika survive this onslaught, learn to master her abilities, and dodge local law, who would have her burned as a witch? Will her gift save her or destroy her?


Book Review

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