Sphereshifters: Aleph (Story Arcs 1, 2)

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Story Arc - 1
His sister's kidnapper should've been easy to deal with. A sphereshift there, another one here, and Rei would be as good as saved.

Except Lancer's never been able to perform a sphereshift correctly, regardless of the instruction he's received in his village's school. How is he supposed to deal with a man who's spent years perfecting his own special type of sphereshifting?
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About Joshua Lemay

The story of a boy who became a man named Josh(actually the boy was named Josh, too). His father, a dreaded Canadian pirate named Pierre, swooped in one day to seduce his mother, Angela the Princess of a long lost country(my grandfather was from Greece, but no one even knows where that is).

They did things, but that's for their bio, not mine, so we won't talk about that(also, ew, parents, gross). And then, with stars shining in the sky like a twinkling omen of amazing awesomeness, I was born.

I went on to greatness immediately, like learning to walk and speak English. Later, having attended a brutal school where they beat the potatoes into an unrecognizable mash if they looked at the teachers funny(then served them for lunch to the students, which is awful), I learned how to survive in the hard streets of New Hampshire.

All of that has led me here, to write. With my unique and -real- lifetime experience, I know I have a story to tell and I'm gonna tell it!

Except the stories won't have anything to do with me, and they're mostly fun and fantasy and magic and adventure, but isn't that neat?

Check them out! They're down there somewhere, just lower your eyes a bit and maybe scroll. I like to use the mousewheel, but you can click the scroll bar buttons or use your arrow keys, too.

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Review by: Tyler Linn on May 10, 2012 :
Sphereshifters is a coming-of-age story about Lancer, the proverbial black-thumbed gardener in a world of magicians. It perfectly captures the awkward yearnings and idealism of a young man-to-be with great dialogue and crisp plotting, all set against the backdrop of an imaginative world.
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