Transcendence [NOOK Book]

Overview

The Hunter and the Queen Series:
Book I: Resurgence
Book II: Transcendence
Book III: Emergence (Coming Soon)
Book IV: Release Date 2014

Description:
Jolán and Colemund have made a pact with each other. Their solidarity is sealed within the Aegean Sea; however, a future of ...

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Transcendence

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Overview

The Hunter and the Queen Series:
Book I: Resurgence
Book II: Transcendence
Book III: Emergence (Coming Soon)
Book IV: Release Date 2014

Description:
Jolán and Colemund have made a pact with each other. Their solidarity is sealed within the Aegean Sea; however, a future of chaos awaits on their horizon. They must prepare. They must gain their strength. A battle is developing in the realm.

In the meantime, Sadeiq, the gypsy hunter, tries desperately to stop her transformation. She is turning into a hunter, and she desires to stop the process. Sadeiq desperately needs to locate Jolán for help.

The realm is deeply disturbed by the overwhelming destruction caused by the Order of the Hunters. The sky world hungers for a balance in the world. The sky world dislikes the dark lord dominance that permeates the planet. The Order must keep a planetary balance, but they have developed into selfish and monopolistic creatures. They are prepared to fight for their dominance; they do not want to lose their power.

Book Excerpt:
As Hadrian continued to read her thoughts, Sadeiq started to shake; she was trying to break out of her deranged state of mind. She fought to awaken, but Hadrian was holding her down and using his full mental strength to prevent her from awaking.

After several minutes of struggle, Sadeiq was able to return to a lucid state. She looked at Hadrian, with blood trickling down the side of her head, and she said with exhaustion, "I thought you would be stronger, Hadrian."

Hadrian knew she was hiding more information, but he had enough to start his search. He looked at Sadeiq, wiped his mouth with his fingers and confidently said, "As long as I stay stronger than you, I am ahead in this game. Besides, you’re going to guide me to Kinsburgh. I believe you can take me to a sky being, a new being with elemental power in this realm. What is her name, Jolán, is it?"

Sadeiq grew stiff, her senses were heightened.

Hadrian then said, "Yes, I do believe her name is Jolán. She grew up in Kinsburgh, and you live close to her family. It’s a shame you didn’t report your findings to the Order. Now, I must report you to the dark lords."

Sadeiq wanted to flee. She wanted to stop her process, but she was caught. She was captured by the very entity she was desperately seeking to avoid. She wanted to remain human, she wanted to find Jolán.

Hadrian noticed her tension and said, "My dear, I need you to help me navigate towards the Vajnbirg house. As long as I need you, I am not going to let you out of my sight. I’ll be right here to make sure you morph completely into a hunter. You will like this lifestyle, I guarantee."
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940045701624
  • Publisher: Virginia Vayna
  • Publication date: 2/13/2014
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 44,132
  • Age range: 13 years
  • File size: 200 KB

Meet the Author

Virginia Vayna was born in Dayton, Ohio. During 1999, she moved to Long Beach, California, where she lived on a sailboat for three-years. She currently holds a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science, and she holds a Master of Social Science. Virginia enjoys writing historical fiction, fantasy, paranormal romance, mystery and YA. Her first book, The Hunters and the Queen, is the first book in her Element series.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 20, 2014

    Wow! I'm the first review!! I love this book series! I read the

    Wow! I'm the first review!! I love this book series! I read the first book and I loved the ending! The first book had a lot of love and self-discovery; I read it in a day and I really was transported to another place. So, I then read the second book, this book. The Gypsy Hunter is different than the first book, but a really great read! It is faced paced, I love the characters, well, except for Hadrian and most of the Hunters. I really like the love romance between Jolan and Colemund. This book is a very interesting read about reincarnation, love, royalty, and self-preservation. It looks like this is going to be a 4-book series. I am keeping an eye out for the third book. Hint...Hint...Come on, author! Great read! Love this book series so far!!!

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    Posted July 19, 2014

    Crystall coldstone

    I fell asleep. It was boring to me. No offense author

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 26, 2014

    I read the first book and I liked the detail of the story, and t

    I read the first book and I liked the detail of the story, and the ending was really cool. It was a very different ending. The writing is decent and I believe the author tells a good story. I have not found any loose ends that leave me questioning anything, the plot is solid. The plot has a lot of twists in this book, but the first book is longer. This book is free, which I like. I gave this book a 4 star because it is an original and creative storyline, and I like the story. It kept my interest and I will read the next book.

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