Janneth Mazibuko is a word addict, song chaser, art seeker and part-time poetess hailing from the South of Johannesburg South Africa. She is also a girl-geek, lover of knowledge, guitar owner who wishes she could play her own damn guitar, singer-songwriter, love giver, free thinker, cheese lover and hopeless romantic. Sometimes she‟s a visitor of Jupiter by night, her ideal time to create love and all things artistic. P.S she actually goes by Jan Art on most occasions, so halla at her. Find her on Twitter: @Jan_Art_
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Crimson Death (book 2)
by Jan Art
Aya - Gone is the free solo heart living her own eclectic life because I have found my prototype and it's the most invigorating feeling in the world.
I chose red and all that it comes with - the love, the passion, the pain, the joy and the fire of it all.
This is fire - soul burning, bones breaking, hearts alight kind of fire, but sometimes...fire is the real enemy.
by Jan Art
Ayanda Miya - when did my safe life become so suffocating? When did I become this person seeking more than just Green - my safe place? When did I stop being Lithium to my best friend trying to escape the insanity? When did I become this person on a quest for red in all its shades? I guess it's when Zak Nkosi came back like a blast from the past, burning in Crimson
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- The Robber Knight
on May 15, 2014
WOW, I just read this book last night, I couldn't put in down, I slept at 3am coz o forced myself 2 finish it. I can't wait 2 find out what happens when Ayla confronts Reuben about his lies. I'm a university student and can't afford to buy books online yet, I really want the 2nd book to be for free, please please please, just this once, don't leave me hanging. You are officially one of my favorite writers and I promise to support all your books by buying them once I'm officially working and earning money. I love this book and I desperately need to know what happens next. I love historical novels and this one is the best I've read by far!!
Well done :)
P.S I'm also an aspiring writer, so trust me I know a good thing when I see one, you have raw talent
*Janet Mazibuko (South Africa)