Taking Vengeance

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Furious Half-Elven parents seek vengeance when sea raider attack leaves their daughter at death's door, only to discover a strange magic that threatens all they hold dear. A tale of the Far Isles Half-Elven. More

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About M. K. Theodoratus

M. K. Theodoratus has been intrigued by fantasy since she discovered the Oz books. She has traveled through many fantasy worlds since then. When she's not reading about other writer's worlds, she's creating her own -- mostly that of the Far Isle Half-Elven where she explores the social and political implications of population genetics on a hybrid people. She also writes about gargoyles, demons, and ghosts in her alternative world of Andor.

A sixth grade English assignment introduced her to story writing. The teacher asked for a short story. She got an incomplete, 25-page Nancy Drew pastiche which turned into a novel the next summer. Theodoratus has been addicted to writing stories ever after. While she has several novels waiting for editing in her computer, she likes writing long short stories more. You can see the results at her author page.

You can learn more about the world of the Far Isles Half-Elven at http://www.half-elven.com

My author website is http://www.mktheodoratus.com There you can learn about my other writing, including There Be Demons which is scheduled for publication by Grumpy Dragon Press. It's in the middle of edits as I write this.


Taking Vengeance
When their daughter's family is brutally murdered by pirates, Mariah and Ashton, her Half-Elven ring-mate, go hunting for vengeance. But, the privateers present more danger than they imagined.

Taking Vengeance
What does it take to send Mariah on the rampage?

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Review by: H.G. Estok on Nov. 17, 2013 :
The power of a mother's love (be she human or half-elven) comes through loud and clear in this novella. I enjoyed the fantasy aspects -- mindspeak, in particular, as well as the transferring/teleporting -- and the humor throughout was just great. The ending definitely leaves more of the story to be told, and as this novella takes place in a much larger world with its own history, that makes sense. I'm sure there will be many more half-elven tales published in the near future!
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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