Song of Ariel: Episode 1 of Book 3 (Blue Light Series, #3)

Song of Ariel: Episode 1 of Book 3 (Blue Light Series, #3)

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by Mark Edward Hall
     
 

Episode 1 of the third book in the Blue Light Series begins four years after Doug and Annie McArthur are forced to take refuge in the Maine Wilderness. Ariel has grown into a beautiful and gifted child wise beyond her years.Their life, although hard, has been peaceful and relatively quiet. But the tide is about to turn. When they sense something isn't right in

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Episode 1 of the third book in the Blue Light Series begins four years after Doug and Annie McArthur are forced to take refuge in the Maine Wilderness. Ariel has grown into a beautiful and gifted child wise beyond her years.Their life, although hard, has been peaceful and relatively quiet. But the tide is about to turn. When they sense something isn't right in the world Doug leaves the shelter of their wilderness cabin to investigate. In a heartbeat their quiet life is shattered by an unspeakable violence, and once again they are forced to run for their lives, this time to a place where they will encounter a truth more fantastic than anything they could ever have imagined. Here, in a world turned upside down by evil they will have to find the courage to let their only child go, for she is the chosen one, the only person on earth capable of venturing into the darkness beyond the Blue Light where salvation for the human race might or might not await.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940153207278
Publisher:
Mark Edward Hall
Publication date:
07/29/2016
Series:
Blue Light Series , #3
Sold by:
Draft2Digital
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
26,663
File size:
165 KB

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Song of Ariel: Episode 1 of Book 3 (Blue Light Series, #3) 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous 14 days ago
Great premise, but hate the execution chapter by chapter of the plot. It's almost better to wait impatiently than have the story dragged out tiny bits at a time.
Anonymous 4 months ago
I loved the Blue Light series from the beginning and it just keeps getting better. I wish I had the patience to wait and read the entire book 3 all at once but anxiously await each new installment and read it as soon as it's available.