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Dyllys is an android. Made to look like a human, act like a human, but not have the spirit of a human. However, Dyllys wasn't always this way. Once she had been human. Hundreds of years as a slave unable to feel, Dyllys is coming to the end of her life. Can she learn how to regain her humanity and once again have a human soul before she disappears forever?

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About Brandi M. Polier

Brandi Polier started writing soon after she learned how to read at the age of 4. Once she realized that the amazing stories that she was reading could also be created by stringing her own series of words together, she never stopped creating. In high school, her stories began to coalesce into publish worthy stories until her first complete work, Call of Descent, was brought into existence. After feeling the elation of completion, the sudden realization that her story was complete left her wondering if she had any more stories to tell. It wasn't long before she realized that her mind was teaming with stories and she started working on the sequel to Call of Descent, Spirit Unbreakable.

In 2008 she entered into the 3-Day Novel Writing Contest and completed her entry, Dyllys. While still working on the sequel to Call of Descent, she was inspired to write, After Image, as a "what if" scenario of a possible outcome had she taken the numerous rejection letters to heart and gave up on her dream to be a published author.

She currently resides with her two cats, Oona and Maeko, in Cranbrook, B.C. avidly writing in her spare time.

Aside from writing, Brandi also enjoys hand binding books, steampunk, anime, video gaming and cosplay.

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Review by: paige p on Oct. 5, 2013 :
I loved it.
(reviewed 86 days after purchase)
Review by: Frankie McClure on May 6, 2012 :
I really enjoyed this story. It flowed nicely and was very well written. The characters seemed very believable and I found myself happy/sad at the end, happy with the outcome but sad that it was over.
(review of free book)
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