Quantum Spirit: Apocalypse

Quantum Spirit: Apocalypse

by Sallie Haws

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BN ID: 2940045223942
Publisher: Sallie Haws
Publication date: 08/14/2013
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 396 KB
Age Range: 13 Years

About the Author

As the great-granddaughter of the inventor of the drinking fountain and founder of Haws Corporation, Sallie Haws put her UC Santa Barbara bachelor’s degree in Organizational Psychology to work to make a positive impact on her family’s business. Sallie held numerous jobs in the company over her 26 year tenure from file clerk to President and CEO.At a young age, Sallie’s passion for writing was fed by taking creative writing classes in high school and college. It was nursed along throughout her adult years by a voracious reading habit of paranormal, sci-fi, fantasy novels. After selling the family business in 2011, Sallie finally had the time and inspiration to write.Quantum Spirit – Apocalypse is the culmination of years of personal and professional life experience combined with the desire to empower, entertain and inspire adults and teenagers. Sallie lives in Reno, Nevada with her husband, son, daughter and black kitty named Chubs.

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Quantum Spirit: Apocalypse 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
RoxyKade More than 1 year ago
Enthralling and thought-provoking, this was a great read. Haws has combined reality and fantasy in an exciting story with plenty of twists and turns. I will admit though that it took me a while to get a feel for this book, and even though the events that took place at the start of the book were quite intriguing, I only really got sucked in when all the drama started with the "Blue Flu" outbreak and then the discovery of what Traders Pharmaceuticals was really up to. I enjoyed getting to know each character and their personalities flew of the page, bringing them to life in so many different ways. I loved journeying with Salena between dimensions and learning the differences between to fif-Ds and the thir-Ds. And the thrilling race to save the world only upped the intensity of this book. I think the biggest message from this story was not to allow fear to control our lives, and that if we do, we run the risk of losing ourselves. We have to face our fears and embrace them. We also need to learn to let go and to forgive. The Epilogue was a great set up for the second book. Will the bad guys get their revenge or redemption? I cannot wait to find out!