Remedy

Rated 5.00/5 based on 5 reviews
(BOOK 2)
For the better part of her working career Ziva had been behind a monitor yet now that she is about to retire, her employer wants her to go out into the field. It isn't enough to simply rock her comfort zone, but they have paired her with an obnoxious, manipulative operative with an agenda of her own. More

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Language: English
ISBN: 9780991756216
About Margaret Afseth

If anything, Margaret Afseth is a survivor. She spent most of 2014 battling Cancer, a tumor pressing on the optic nerve. Now she counts herself among the rare few who, in her words, conquered the 'Beastie'. Though now, sight impaired, with the aid of her daughter to publish, she continues to write.
From an early age, she was making up stories. While raising her four children alone, she wrote her first novel...in long hand. Unfortunately, she gave the only copy of the manuscript to someone of the opinion, she should not be writing at all. He burned it.
Discouraged, she went underground, not surfacing again until her senior years, when at the age of seventy, 2013, she rewrote and published, as a three part series, the lost novel, calling it The Aopato Chronicles.
Since then, Margaret has gone on to write the Noor Chronicles, published 2014, the last book of which was written while she was undergoing Chemo and Radiation treatment.
She just finished her present set of novels, the Deception Series; the last book: Ultimate Reckoning due out in July 2016. Never know what might come next...
Margaret is a widow, with four grown children, five grandchildren, and one great grandchild. Her experience comes not from academic education, but from the great reservoir of knowledge, gained from observing human nature.

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Reviews

Review by: Kathleen Morris on April 02, 2013 :
Wonderful second book in the series. Once again the story is exceptional and will not disappoint. I was so intrigued by the story because of the romance. That was unexpected because it's a Sci-fi Fantasy and you don't usually find romance amongst the pages, but I loved it! I can hardly wait to read the third book and find out what will happen with the AOPATO people next. Great read!
(reviewed long after purchase)

Review by: Ron Ecker on March 14, 2013 :
This is the second in the trilogy about the Aopato. Sonya must solve the problem of an imbalance within the family and so she turns to what she knows best. The result is a story poignant with romance, intrigue, suspense, love and triumph. Once again we see evil being battled without using evil's tools. Great reading! I encourage everyone to get this series and read and reread it! A MUST addition to your library.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Ron Ecker on March 14, 2013 :
The second in the series of the Aopato is another great story. Handicapped by the lack of pairs, Sonya's family searches for those who will willingly join them. Once again the family must work around the Opposites who wish nothing more than to totally destroy the Aopato. The solution to solving the pairing handicap once again leaves the reader with the impression that the future, while not devoid of pain and suffering can and will result in a time where healing and joy will triumph. Again, a MUST read for everyone! Get the book people!
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Ron Ecker on March 14, 2013 :
The second in the series of the Aopato is another great story. Handicapped by the lack of pairs, Sonya's family searches for those who will willingly join them. Once again the family must work around the Opposites who wish nothing more than to totally destroy the Aopato. The solution to solving the pairing handicap once again leaves the reader with the impression that the future, while not devoid of pain and suffering can and will result in a time where healing and joy will triumph. Again, a MUST read for everyone! Get the book people!
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Ron Ecker on March 14, 2013 :
The second in the series of the Aopato is another great story. Handicapped by the lack of pairs, Sonya's family searches for those who will willingly join them. Once again the family must work around the Opposites who wish nothing more than to totally destroy the Aopato. The solution to solving the pairing handicap once again leaves the reader with the impression that the future, while not devoid of pain and suffering can and will result in a time where healing and joy will triumph. Again, a MUST read for everyone! Get the book people!
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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