Apocalypse Witch

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Matilda Katrine Myra is not from nobility. Her parents have spent their savings to send her to New Terros to continue her education and in hopes of a better future. It's not the life she wants. Everything changes when her airship is attacked by pirates. With a hasty lie told to protect another girl, Matilda finds herself abducted and thrust into a world beyond the safety of her civilized world. More
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Price: Free! USD

Words: 14,770
Language: American English
ISBN: 9781311474957
About GS Wright

G.S. Wright is a horror, sci-fi, and fantasy writer that mixes in the fast-paced action of the thriller novel, bringing you intense fiction guaranteed to keep you on the edge of your seat. Regardless of genre, you'll find absorbing stories that will pull you in with realistic heroes and loathsome villains, and give you chills that will keep you up at night... turning the page.

G.S. Wright is an author in Southern Idaho. He writes. A lot. All the time. Sometimes he watches movies, plays guitar, or sleeps. He has a beautiful wife (that keeps him from starving) and three children that he is failing to raise as ninjas. He also has a zombie survival plan.

Author of the sci-fi thriller Broken Things, and the Dark Fantasy Zombie Apocalypse series Hungry Gods (Book 1, Death Storm, is available now).

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Review by: James Jenkins on July 10, 2014 :
An interesting look into universe, seems like this is mostly character development but the plot moved forward with sufficient speed to keep me engaged.
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Review by: Mary Blackwell on July 06, 2014 :
This tale starts with us learning that our hero is less keen than her parents to increase her status in society but she will try her best as she loves them, we see a little of the airship carrying her ... then the pirates come to steal away an heiress and she goes in her place.

I really enjoyed this story and perhaps in the future I will be able to continue with the serial, but if you can afford it then I highly recommend reading this and continuing. Well-written and a pacey plot.
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