Ahab's Descendants

Ahab's Descendants

by Ron Vitale

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Overview

Loving him is all she desires. Running away is not possible. Because to survive, she has to defeat their greatest enemy.

Daughter to the infamous Captain Ahab, Morgan has searched the world's oceans looking for a way to save her family from the dark squid god Kanaloa. Weeks after she and Ishmael barely escaped from the clutches of Kanaloa on a makeshift raft; she is mysteriously transported away. When she awakes in a strange castle on the Black Sea, she befriends her mysterious host, Vlad, and his housekeeper Helena in the hopes of making her way back to Ishmael.Yet despite the distance, Kanaloa still reaches out to ensnare her in a trap hundreds of years in the making. Like a master chess player, the dark squid god has laid out his pieces in the hopes of gaining what he wants the most–his freedom.To defeat Kanaloa, Morgan must use not only her wits but her newly found powers to travel through the dreamline.With time running out, Morgan must sacrifice everything to save the ones she loves. When Kanaloa's great secret is revealed to her, all that Morgan has fought for is at risk. The decisions and sacrifices she makes will not only affect her life but of Ishmael's and the very world itself.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940163146895
Publisher: Ron Vitale
Publication date: 07/02/2019
Series: The Werewhale Saga , #3
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 404 KB

About the Author

Ron Vitale is a fantasy and science fiction author. Influenced by the likes of Tolkien, Margaret Atwood, C. S. Lewis, and Philip Pullman, he has a Master’s degree in English Literature from Villanova University where he studied the works of Alice Walker and Margaret Atwood. For his thesis, he interpreted Walker’s and Atwood’s novels through a psychological Jungian approach by showing how the central female protagonists use storytelling as a means to heal themselves from trauma. He lives in a small town outside of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and keeps himself busy by writing his blog and on learning how to be a good father to his kids all while working on his next book.

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