- File Size: 702 KB
- Print Length: 257 pages
- Publication Date: May 12, 2012
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B0082RJNLK
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- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #424,874 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Cege wasn't unfamiliar with the idea of the battle between good and evil. She attended Catholic school in a small town in rural Wisconsin, and at the time knew the 'age appropriate' stories from the Bible. Nothing in those stories prepared her for the visual onslaught of watching the battle between the priests and the demon for the soul of the young Linda Blair. Cege was deeply disturbed by the movie, but nonetheless a seed was planted that night. That seed grew into a rampant fascination with all things supernatural.
Sleepovers turned into B-rated horror film marathons. Her library card was used to bring home piles of books about ghosts and vampires. She still isn't quite sure who she loved first, Stephen King or Freddy Krueger. By the time she was twelve, Cege took a turn at penning her own spooky tales. That love of things that go bump in the night and scare you to death has only grown stronger throughout the years.
The paranormal and supernatural take center stage in all of Cege's stories. Over the years, she has crafted her own origin stories about vampires (the Bloodtruth series), zombies (the Twisted Souls series), and ghosts, angels, and demons (the Shadows series). She's also taken on the folklore around the Fountain of Youth (the Immortal End series beginning with Ageless). There is something for every reader of the paranormal in Cege's books.
Top Customer Reviews
The book is without question a "good read". I couldn't put it down and was finished in a few hours. Ms. Smith drew me in and left me wanting more. She has the ability to capture your mind and keep you guessing. Most series I read I find very predicable but there isn't one thing in this book that can be predicted. She made turn after turn that not only kept me entertained but also made me late for work! :)
I very much enjoyed Cege Smith's latest "Shadows" book and am looking forward to the next one.
Yes, I would recommend this book.
The main characters are likeable and draw you in. There are some scary parts
so not for kids. Great if you like paranormal books, angels and love stories
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The book was even better than the first. The plot has surprised me in the direction it's taking and the ending was an even bigger surprise. Can't wait to read book 3.Published 11 days ago by Kindle Customer
Much better than the first book! There was more about the occult than there was romance and it held my interest throughout!Published 8 months ago by Kindle Customer
So far I have read 2 of the 3 and love it! This book would keep you drawn in and reading!!Published 11 months ago by Nicole Decker
Not much more to say that what I have already said in reviewing Book 1. Perehaps whoever assigns the copy editor could assign a Back-Up copy editor to catch more of these simple... Read morePublished 19 months ago by Carol S Meade
This was an excellent book, 1st in a trilogy. It pulled me in and really held my interest. It was well written,Published on July 21, 2013 by R. Simon