Elyse Draper, as a native Coloradan, brings a distinctive vision of the Rocky Mountains to life. When that sight is combined with her love of world travel, history, sociological sciences, psychology, and humanism, the outcome is a setting that spans the world and imagination. That aptitude when mixed with an educational background of law, philosophy, and French, brings the result of a fantastic yet realistic renaissance storyline, ultimately taking the reader on an exceptional journey.
Working as a freelance journalist for Examiner.com, Elyse reports on the publishing world and supports Denver's local literary contributors as Denver's Author Examiner. Still living in Colorado with her husband and daughter, she is working on her newest speculative fiction novel. Coming in 2012, keep a look out for the next two novels in the 'Freewill' trilogy, 'Consequences' and 'Vindication'.
Mysterious murders, strange secret societies, and betrayal surrounds Christopher. Ellie finds out, if she can survive the treachery of giving your heart to another. Will they be able to fight their way home … and what sacrifices must be made to understand the world around them?
As a result of finding her soul mate (Christopher), Ellie has broken her curse, and awakened from her death to find that she has become something mystical, an ethereal Other. A being, whose story has yet to end, where who one is before their death, leads to what they become after … kindness or violence follows in their wake.
By Elyse Draper
Published: May 10, 2012.
(5.00 from 5 reviews)
Morte redefines love in a timeline spanning many millennia, and landscapes that baffle the senses. Travel along with the dark stories told, while sitting at the bedside of a dying girl, and glimpse a different perspective of the world you thought you knew.
Ellie has discovered an ancient world that exists within, and alongside, our own. To survive the mysterious and dangerous, she has to learn what she has become since her death, where her strength really resides, and how to love and be loved. Unbeknownst to her, destiny's stop watch is counting down, secret organizations are watching her every move, and her family's past may destroy her future.
"Outsider" by W. Freedreamer Tinkanesh, provides a fascinating ride through the minds of multiple abstract characters, and their interactions with one another. Although, at times the characters' stray thoughts and actions are fierce, even terrifying, the penetrating glimpses into the world of alternative lifestyles and beautifully constructed obsessions make the story impossible to put down ... no matter how horrified the reader may be. I highly recommend this book to anyone who has an interest in the world of 'so called' aberrant behaviours and desires; but beware, Tinkanesh, will take you to a place, where you will ultimately identify with her characters ... in ways that you never expected.