Guardian of Souls

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Alise became a Guardian to rescue her sister from the vampires. The Guardian of Souls organization was built to protect mortals from the government and vampires after the bombs hammered against the earth. Alise joins her former fiancé to decipher the rumors of her sister's whereabouts. Little did Alise know the truth was always in her reach, she was just blinded by Danes a powerful vampire.

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Fiction » Fantasy » Epic
Words: 6,440
Language: English
ISBN: 9781452332956
About Mari Ann Caudill

Mari Ann Caudill is a self-published writer of fantasy, mystery, and suspense. Mari Ann enjoys relaxing and spending time at home when she is not working or writing. Mari Ann has self-published several ebook fantasy short stories: Alana’s Demise, Caitlin and the Mirror Witch, Dreams of a Past Life, Secrets of a Kingdom,Guardian of Souls and two mystery/suspense novelettes, Alison's Secret, and Lost Identity.

Mari Ann is in the process of publishing three collections. You can purchase the previously published work in a collection: Raveling Tales: A Short Story Collection, Guardian of Souls Trilogy, and Riveting Tales: Two Novelettes. Mari Ann is working on a revising a fantasy novel series, which she will release three chapters as a teaser to obtain feedback from her readers. Please follow Mari Ann on social media to receive updates on upcoming releases.

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Review by: Annette Weisse on July 21, 2011 :
A sad case of vanity publishing gone terribly wrong. The book is in desperate need of editing. The story starts out in first person narrative. After half the first page, the narration goes into third person. Thinking it might be a prologue, I let it go. Reading on, I come to the unlucky sentence "Dust becomes disturbs as someone disappears." Does this sound like a proper sentence to you? Tried to look past that also, but the book doesn't get any better. By the time the author has switched me back and forth between present tense and past tense narration several times, I am not longer able to follow the plot for not knowing where in time and in who's head I am. Mary Ann Miranda would do her book and her characters she obviously cares about a great service by enlisting an editor with a solid grasp of English to help her iron out the abysmal grammar. Until then, this book barely deserves the one star for its poor readability.
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