The Perfect Drug

Rated 4.00/5 based on 1 reviews
Adelice is a demon that has lost her sense of purpose in life. Doomed to eternity with no ability to love, she finds her hopeful chance of escape. When she fails she finds herself faced with the pressing question of who she really is and what her true purpose may be.

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Words: 51,270
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301793327
About Hollie DeFrancisco

Hollie DeFrancisco grew up in Somerville, MA where the decay of the city and the lack of nature left a stark coldness and desire in her soul. From a young age the desire to create was there just waiting to be properly honed. As she got older the terrors of age, daily living and teenage bureaucracy sent her scrambling for a space to call her own. Taking refuge in her day dreamer's mind she discovered what she subconsciously had always known: fantasy and nature were both things that always calmed and soothed her. With the support of her family's kind words and the desire to show the world a vision locked in her mind she set out to gain the skills necessary to make that possible. In 2010 Hollie graduated from Jacksonville University where she obtained a bachelors degree in fine arts, but her desire to write was never abated. Currently residing in Fargo, ND, Hollie's only goal in life is to share her stories and visions with those who are willing to look and listen

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Review by: Victor Espinosa on Aug. 27, 2015 :
I give this story four stars because the story was good and the end result left me with an overall positive experience. I will admit, the beginning started off a bit slow. The characters were lacking and unemotional, and the story didn't move along at all. However, once you reach the halfway mark stuff starts happening left and right. Really enjoyed the lore that was created and if you like supernatural stuff, think Buffy or something along those lines, you'll enjoy this. The end was good. I approve.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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