A hidden magic lies in wait...
"10 years ago, I watched as my sister was dragged through a mysterious white door that stood alone in a forest. My mom, stepdad, and an army of shrinks tried to convince me it was my dad that had taken Cassie. They told me he'd taken us hiking in the forest, intending to kidnap us both. That he dragged Cassie, kicking and screaming, into the trunk of his white car. That I got away and my mind invented the whole stupid door business to cope. Eventually, I believed them.
My dad is on death row, where he belongs.
My sister? I never saw her again.
Now, I want to forget and start over. No one knows me in Meridia Falls. It's time for a new beginning, a new horizon - and a new Logan Collins..."Join Logan, as he takes his first steps into a world of magic, meets the girl of his dreams – and uncovers the mysteries entwined around his life, and his soul...If you like Stephenie Meyer, Suzanne Collins, or Teri Terry, you will LOVE the first installment of Meridia Falls.
THE SPARK is Book 1 in the alternate timeline spanning, MERIDIA FALLS Fantasy Thriller series. It will give you that thrill ride of fast paced, event TV. Twists and turns that will not only keep you on the edge of your seat, but have you clinging to it for dear life. Available in print and eBook.What people are saying about this series:
"The story is completely captivating, the characters are totally engaging, and the story is addictive."
"I can't put this thing down!"
"I was hooked by the end of the second chapter."
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Okay, so imagine Marvel took its tragic-character-backstory recipe to write a Scooby-Doo crew solving the mystery of a hidden Skullduggery-Pleasant magic society, written with a very teen voice despite the author being quadruple his MC's age - a kinda Percy Jackson-ish voice - whilst, being Marvel, mixing science into the magic to act as one. Quality wise, let's be honest, J.K. Rowling doesn't have a phenomenal writing voice, and Marvel can be very extreme and up-your-nose with what it comes up with, but we read for the promise of a premise that'll hopefully make sense and/or deliver itself well. I trust D.B. Green here doesn't just go 'hey, vaccine induced magic' to not make it part of something way bigger. Like, universe bigger. I also went on to 'Sunburst' immediately because, even though I knew it was 100+ pages long only, it ended so abruptly and left me super annoyed with how much heat I was piling up over the course of the read hoping all the stuff the author was throwing at me was going to be justified soon enough. Nope. Let's see what Sunburst has to offer.
*he layed down
She hurried in. Your deputy. Do you accept?