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The Imati [Kindle Edition]

C Hillin
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Book Description

Young Adult Paranormal Romance / Fantasy


Do you know what it feels like to die? Alastrina Byrne does; she dies all the time. She has felt the pangs of starvation, the wounds of being stoned and the burn of fire behind cries of "witch." Yet, she cannot reach her true death. She is a three-century-old Imati with the face of a seventeen-year-old girl.

Ally is on the run from Seeker assassins, a secret brotherhood determined to kill her kind. Forced to flee and pack up her life for the umpteenth time, she moves cross-country to hide out in a small, but quirky town: Belfast, Maine.


Ally just wants to be "normal" -- but she is haunted by the mistakes of her past. However Belfast and its residents are different and for the first time in a century, she meets a boy -- Connor Winfield.


But Connor has secrets of his own; secrets that could get Ally killed and the two of them together will change everything.


Set in a world of immortals, Souljumpers, Seekers and ancient prophecies -- with flashbacks to Ally's life in 18th century Ireland, the French Revolution, 19th century South America, a slave ship bound for the New World, and beyond -- this is a journey about choices and how the decisions we make in the past, have consequences in our future.

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About the Author

C.T. Hillin graduated from Yale in 2007 with a degree in Political Science. A screenwriter from Los Angeles, Hillin has had several movies produced including “A Stranger in Paradise”, starring Colin Egglesfield and Stuart Townsend, and “Pernicious” a horror flick directed by James Cullen Bressack. Previously Hillin wrote for the entertainment news site TMZ, and is currently writing for The Huffington Post. www.theimati.com Her love for history—a major inspiration for "The Imati"—is due to her own world travels, from studying abroad in Paris, to filming in Thailand, and many trips throughout Europe and Asia.

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  • Language: English
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
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I was at work one day, and spent the better part of my shift hiding from bosses and coworkers so I could devour this book. True story. A must read for children, young adults, older adults, and anyone who wants to read a book they can't put down.
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5.0 out of 5 stars A great new book. July 14, 2014
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Just finished reading this newly released title. Loved it. In fact, I loved every minute reading each page. It was well written, engaging, imaginative, and immensely fun to read. No dull, over-explained characters or circumstances, yet a well developed story that just kept sucking me in deeper and deeper. Follows the basic 'immortal' notions from one of my favorite old TV series called, 'Highlander'. That was a plus for me, as was the purchase price. Though written for a younger audience, I - at age 60 - rearranged my day so that I could keep reading without interruptions till I finished. Then I passed it on to my teenage son. I was, though, left with one big question. When will Book 2 be published? Looking forward to what happens next. C.T Hillin is an author that everyone should take note of. So, Ms. Hillin, keep on writing!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Couldn't put it down ... July 5, 2014
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As soon as I started reading this book I couldn't put it down. Twists and turns at every corner and the ending will leave you wanting more. It was also refreshing to enter a world full of new mythology and new supernatural characters I hadn't seen before (and I've read a lot of fantasy). Can't wait for the sequel!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars July 7, 2014
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Loved the fantasy and the armchair travel. A great summer read!
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C.T. Hillin is a journalist, screenwriter and author living in Los Angeles. She graduated from Yale in 2007 with a degree in political science and is currently an Associate Editor at The Huffington Post. Her film credits include "A Stranger in Paradise", starring Colin Egglesfield and Stuart Townsend, and "Pernicious" a horror flick directed by James Cullen Bressack. "The Imati" (Book One) is her debut novel. She also likes dogs and popcorn.


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