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Before The Echo

Alex Westmore

Publisher: Inspired Quill

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Summary

The supernatural world has ruptured. On the horizon looms a battle from which there is no return.
 
 
 
A powerful band of deadly supernaturals has united, ready to reveal their existence to the natural world, and prepare to take their place at the head of humanity.
 
 
 
By force.
 
 
 
All that stands in their way is a small cadre of supernaturals from the Louisiana Bayou who have yet to be fully trained. To successfully make their stand, the novice supers will need to call on other paranormal beings who live in and around Savannah; allies from the darkest corners of the paranormal world.
 
 
 
As lives are lost and the balance of power starts to tip, the young paranormals and their supernatural counterparts must dig in for a war that could change everything.
 
 
 
When supers turn against supers, only the powerful will survive.

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