I haven’t read a Vampire themed book in several years, I think I was cleansing my palate for this superb work. The story is about November Snow, a teenager, who has psychic abilities. She works in a carnival when a strange group of individuals come in for a reading.
A.M. Manay’s imagery is wonderful and I felt November’s angst as the world around her changed, though she accepted everything fate brought her way. I enjoyed every word written in this exceptional story, and I can’t wait to continue reading November’s journey. I also want to mention that this book is written in such a way that teens to adults will enjoy it. Great job!
About She Dies At The End
She’s watched her own burial a thousand times. November knows she is doomed, yet when a vampire and fairy from her vision finally appear at her door, it’s almost a relief. Drawn into a supernatural civil war, the psychic teenager fights to protect the innocent from cruel vampire lord Luka, who seeks to steal his father Ilyn’s throne. As betrayals pile up around her, November can’t help forming an unbreakable bond with the grieving Ilyn, who cares for her in her hour of greatest need. When Luka succeeds in getting his hands on the young soothsayer, can November stay alive long enough to foil his plans and escape his clutches? All she knows for sure is . . . she dies at the end.
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About A.M. Manay
In addition to her work as an award-winning fantasy author, A.M. Manay is a former inner-city chemistry teacher, a singer, a yoga enthusiast, and a mother through domestic open adoption. She has a passion for increasing diversity in popular culture and for strong heroines who stand up for themselves, make their own decisions, and don’t depend on romance as their reason for being.