Memory of Prophecy

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They walk among us, hidden by a magical barrier, protecting themselves, as well as us from their wars.

Angels embody order, attempting to keep peace and keep the lives of the races hidden from the Mundandes.
Demons embody chaos, ensuring that life does not stagnate.
Mages embody all that is unexplainable and mystical in the world, while ...

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Overview

They walk among us, hidden by a magical barrier, protecting themselves, as well as us from their wars.

Angels embody order, attempting to keep peace and keep the lives of the races hidden from the Mundandes.
Demons embody chaos, ensuring that life does not stagnate.
Mages embody all that is unexplainable and mystical in the world, while Dragons embody the strength behind the magic.
Lychanths embody the natural world, where as Vampires embody all that which is man-made and opposite from earth born.

No race is evil, and without one, none could survive, yet they are unable to find peace amongst themselves.

Lycanths battle Vampires...
Dragons battle Mages...
Angels battle Demons.

It has been that way since the dawn of time.

As a negotiator, Mekana thought she'd seen everything.

She was wrong...

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781467925747
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
  • Publication date: 11/26/2011
  • Pages: 276
  • Product dimensions: 5.00 (w) x 8.00 (h) x 0.58 (d)

Meet the Author

Megan Earley is a Theology and Sociology major who hails Southern Oregon, along with her husband and three daughters. She's still not sure what keeps her busier: school, the girls, or the two ferrets who have developed military precision when it comes to escaping their cage.

She is best known for her series, The Memories Trilogy, as well as several articles on religion and several small poems that have been published in small anthologies.

On November 30th of 2013, she took 2 state records and two gold medals for Powerlifting; proving that one can have brains AND strength.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 9, 2013

    I love the idea that there are angels and demons, vampires, mage

    I love the idea that there are angels and demons, vampires, mages, and dragons all around us in hiding, but I had problems with the pacing of this story.

    This is especially the case for Lydia. I wanted to spend more time with her, and see her growth, but there are so many plot lines in the story, that she gets missed most of the time. I'm curious what will happen in the next book. I'm expecting good things from it.

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