The Great Storms

Riding out a storm with her son Andrew, Lydia Miller goes outside and an anomaly of nature takes her and deposits her in a small primitive village. Waking up in a hut, with amnesia, she is in an unknown world with strange new creatures. As her memory returns, she embarks on a dangerous trek and finds herself confronted with her past, discovering that sometimes humanity’s greatest enemy is itself. More

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Words: 60,150
Language: American English
ISBN: 9781621830436
About V.V. Vaymin

With a pickle, ham, egg, hot sauce and mustard on rye bread sandwich in hand, V.V. Vaymin put her eccentric tastes to paper.
Ms. Vaymin spent the early years of her childhood moving across the United States with her nose in a book. With her head in the clouds she dreamt of becoming a writer or an artist. As she entered her teens, however, her thoughts turned to more practical and stable vocations to fit into society but those nagging earlier visions were never far from the surface. Like a high heel that just doesn’t fit right, Ms. Vaymin set riches aside (she already bought her house) and threw on her comfy no-back shoes to pursue earlier ambitions.

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