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Sadie Sugarspear and the Forgotten Waters and The Journey Through the Serpent - Novellas 22-23 - cover

Sadie Sugarspear and the Forgotten Waters and The Journey Through the Serpent - Novellas 22-23

Nicole Arlyn

Publisher: Full Fathom Five Digital

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Summary

Safety is not meant for Sadie: After the Forgotten Waters wash her away, she finds her way to shore, travels through a burnt forest, and finds refuge in a small cabin. That is, she finds refuge until the angry Queen of Ashthoreth, determined to destroy Sadie, drags her down through the Valley of Mud. With unexpected help from a trusted friend, Sadie manages to escape, but soon finds herself in front of yet another enemy: Serpythia. In one final act of resistance, Stadie stabs the serpent. Before it perishes, though, it swallows her. She travels through Serpythia’s belly and finds an entire world inside, containing all those who were swallowed over the years and were never able to leave. Is this Sadie’s final journey? Is this where her road comes to an end? Or is there something more to discover, something hidden within the living walls that now contain her?This book is intended for mature audiences and contains disturbing content that may cause the reader to delve into his or her own land of fantasy…just like Sadie. This ebook contains the twenty-second and twenty-third novellas in Nicole Arlyn’s epic dark fantasy series, The Sugarspear Chronicles.
Available since: 07/22/2015.

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