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Awaken - A Rose Caldwell Tale

JM Bannon

Publisher: Claymore Ulfberht and Xiphos LLC

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Summary

Why can’t Rose sleep?You couldn’t either if you had the recurring dreams that the young Sister Rose endures. Her spiritual quest to quell these dreams compelled her to become a nun, but her order offers no solution. After contact with an ancient relic, Rose’s dreams visit her when she is awake. As she searches for answers she finds that her dreams are tied to a dark secret in her home town and comes face to face with a secret society tied to the lost continent of Atlantis.The teenager who will one day be known as the White Witch of London seeks to hold on to her sanity, as she uncovers what is behind her dreams and the town of Chester’s dark history. 
 
This is the origin story of the heroine of the Guild Chronicle Series. You too may suffer sleepless nights if you dare pick up this book.

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