The Ghosts Of Amalgam

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Where will you stand in the presence of the Dark Phoenix?

There is a world where the spirits of mortal men and women wage a war against a terrifying entity...the immortal and powerful Dark Phoenix. And in this world, known to its inhabitants as Amalgam, there is much to fear, such as demons, native beasts, and the Phoenix Loyalists, all who wish to bring about the Second Death. Only a few stand against the Dark Phoenix, the Barons of the Morrigan Nation and their servants. Using...

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Overview

Where will you stand in the presence of the Dark Phoenix?

There is a world where the spirits of mortal men and women wage a war against a terrifying entity...the immortal and powerful Dark Phoenix. And in this world, known to its inhabitants as Amalgam, there is much to fear, such as demons, native beasts, and the Phoenix Loyalists, all who wish to bring about the Second Death. Only a few stand against the Dark Phoenix, the Barons of the Morrigan Nation and their servants. Using magic, ghost abilities such as orbs and indwelling, and shifting between the mortal and ethereal realms, they combat the Dark Phoenix to restore Amalgam to its former state. The most significant of these great defenders is Lauren Walston, a sixteen year-old sophomore and resident of the haunted town of Baker's Creek. But what's so special about her that only she can defeat the Dark Phoenix? To discover that secret you must join her on a magical journey into the realm of the dead and beyond.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781432713768
  • Publisher: Outskirts Press, Inc.
  • Publication date: 10/25/2007
  • Pages: 636
  • Product dimensions: 5.00 (w) x 8.00 (h) x 1.41 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 30, 2007

    A Social Worker who met the author

    The Ghosts of Amalgam is a great book that has great characters like Lauren and Baron Catherine thrown into a great plot against the wicked Dark Phoenix. The plot is fast paced, engaging, and superb. The Ghost world is very interesting, and the ghost abilities are pretty unique. However, I do recommend this to an older audience, like late teens because of the subject matter and some language. I met the author at a local book signing, he was very passionate about his work and I believe this series might be a very original addition to the fantasy genre, although I don't read much fantasy. I do however, watch many fantasy movies.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 28, 2007

    A reviewer

    The Ghosts of Amalgam is a spectacular book! The characters are very believable and intriguing, the setting is an impressive fantasy world filled with ghosts, and the plot is fast paced (not a lot of walking here as in typical fantasies), flows nicely, and completely original. Hopefully this one will be just as popular as the Harry Potter novels! Check it out!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 30, 2007

    overall good

    It was overall a good book. I thought that it was like dantes inferno in some ways with a twist. A must-read for a fantasy fix.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 29, 2007

    I could'nt put it down!

    I usually don't read fantasy novels but I came across this book by word of mouth. It was a page turner! This book has a drama and fantasy feel to it. It is a book that adult and child would enjoy. Watch out Harry, Justin Freeman is in the building!

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