Books you should Read: A Neophyte’s Tale: An Abbey Thorne Short Story (The Netherwalker Series)

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Abigail Thorne hears voices. Well, one voice repeating one word over and over again. Soft and sweet with the promise of power, it calls to her. The twelve year old has no idea that the tender little word is a catalyst that serves to reveal a world hidden to most humans. Abbey has yet to discover that following the word’s call to its origin will change the course of her life forever.

Abbey and her mother don’t have much, and depending on the day, sometimes they don’t even have a roof over their heads. She wants more out of life than just wondering where her next meal is. So she shouldn’t be wasting her time daydreaming about going on a selfish quest, should she? Does she have the strength to leave behind what little she has? Will she have the courage to break through the illusions surrounding her and lift the cloak of shadows?

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     ~ A glimpse into The Netherwalker Series and Abigail Thorne’s past ~
…When a word is whispered.

Delve deeper into the Netherwalker Series and follow along as Abbey learns for the first time what truly lurks beneath the shadows. Enjoy this fun ride either before or after Cloak of Shadows (The Netherwalker Series, Book 1)
     
     ~ The gloaming has found you. Will you answer its call? ~

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Author: jb29taylor

I was born in Indiana where I still reside with my three lovely dogs. I have published multiple novels and have a few adapted into audiobooks. I am currently working on three stories.

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