Humanils

Humanils

by L. A. Boykin

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Overview

"Heroes and villains are not made, they are chosen."
-L.A. Boykin

Polly, a grief-stricken teenage girl, faces social class prejudices amongst her peers. She, alone with her classmates; Abbus, Donavan, Brittany, and Rizo are a group of military brats that attend a preparatory high school in London, England for teens whose families serve in the military. Surprisingly, they discover that they are descendants of the Humanils. It all begins as a dream but becomes a scientific truth in epic proportions. For by the divine laws of nature, heroes and villains are not made but chosen. However, Polly is a dream walker and supernaturally possesses a blue medallion ring through a reoccurring dream. The ring is the key to a portal that unlocks the pathway to another world and unveils a message hidden in an 18th-century painting. What begins as a field trip to the old Century Museum becomes a journey that meets an incredible destination. Through an adventure into the rich land of Triumphia, the truth unfolds as the museum guide, Dr. Reid, unveils the source of the student's power through lucid dreaming. This story is a humorous, yet suspenseful fantasy that reveals itself as friendships are tested through the ultimate act of courage.

About the Authors
L.A. Boykin is the mutual pseudonym of initials for sisters; Lantress, Lasha, Lona', and Lebrae, along with their parents Lonnie and Alisa. Together L.A. Boykin has several years of experience in multi-media, theatre, and arts education. They are a gifted literary family that loves to create intriguing stories of drama and fantasy, infused with the settings of their signature "Euro-southern culture." L.A. Boykin's desire is to ignite and empower the imagination of young readers and the young at heart.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781498435321
Publisher: Xulon Press
Publication date: 06/13/2017
Pages: 114
Sales rank: 611,502
Product dimensions: 5.10(w) x 7.50(h) x 0.30(d)

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