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I am Morte
     

I am Morte

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by Elyse Draper
 

Morte redefines love in a timeline spanning many millennia, and landscapes that baffle the senses. Travel along with the dark stories told, while sitting at the bedside of a dying girl, and glimpse a different perspective of the world you thought you knew.

Overview

Morte redefines love in a timeline spanning many millennia, and landscapes that baffle the senses. Travel along with the dark stories told, while sitting at the bedside of a dying girl, and glimpse a different perspective of the world you thought you knew.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940033229727
Publisher:
Elyse Draper
Publication date:
05/10/2012
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
481,574
File size:
116 KB

Meet the Author

Elyse Draper, as a native Coloradan, brings a distinctive vision of the Rocky Mountains to life. When that sight is combined with her love of world travel, history, sociological sciences, psychology, and humanism, the outcome is a setting that spans the world and imagination. That aptitude when mixed with an educational background of law, philosophy, and French, brings the result of a fantastic yet realistic renaissance storyline, ultimately taking the reader on an exceptional journey.


Working as a freelance journalist for Examiner.com, Elyse reports on the publishing world and supports Denver's local literary contributors as Denver's Author Examiner. Still living in Colorado with her husband and daughter, she is working on her newest speculative fiction novel. Coming in 2012, keep a look out for the next two novels in the 'Freewill' trilogy, 'Consequences' and 'Vindication'.

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I am Morte 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Far too prosey with very little action. I made it to pg 17 of 71 pgs waiting for something to happen, it never did.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
wonderfully written.