Hiroshima, Golden Messenger

Rated 4.50/5 based on 2 reviews
For too long Hiro lived alone. With a curse that killed anyone whose name he learned he had a good reason for solitude. His life had become plain, but that was before a piece of paper threw his world out of balance. Now, the mystery of Hiroshima threatens to reveal itself as Hiro struggles to keep it hidden and keep safe a young girl desperate to befriend him. More
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About E. Mendell

I am a Fiction Author that writes what I would love to read. My interests in writing are many and I take time to write and experiment with all types of genres and book sizes. Anywhere from short stories to thick novels, Horror to Science Fiction, I've written all kinds. I've been writing since I was able to put words together and my first published book (Eysheus Saga, book one, Blood River) Is the beginning of my greatest work so far. I was home schooled and with my free time studied and advanced my writing abilities. My stories have been sitting and waiting for the chance to see the light of day so here I hope to accomplish that.
Writing is my reason to live. Ink is my blood, inspiration is the oxygen I breath. I hope all readers will see that in every story I publish here and above all I hope my stories are enjoyed.

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Review by: Yelaina Bevfior on Sep. 8, 2014 :
Very interesting series... I enjoyed all the books. For me, the character and scene descriptions conjured up imagery similar to that of an anime or a manga. But the spelling and grammar errors drove me batty. If not for that, I would have given it 5 stars. Still, I think these books are, very much, worth the read.
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Review by: seventhsarah on May 4, 2014 :
This is a fun read, but so short! Luckily part 2 just came out. The characters are rich and interesting, the action exciting, and there is a depth of history that keeps getting hinted at. I am so curious to see what happens to Hiro and Soul.
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