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By the Gates of the Garden of Eden (Empire Beneath) (Volume 1) Paperback – October 27, 2014
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About the Author
Pauly Hart is an accomplished singer-songwriter as well as musician, painter and game designer. Pauly is most passionate about writing, and has been striking hearts and minds since 1993 with poetry, essays and articles. This is Pauly’s first novel and it aims to surprise, delight and inform.
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Seized from the start, I was relentlessly pulled into and dragged through the author’s strange and horrifying secret underground world…and as I approached the end, I couldn’t turn the pages fast enough to see what happened, how it all ended! You can’t help but root for the characters you’ve come to know and care about, as they struggle to survive the living hell in which they’ve found themselves. Unfortunately, the story has so many unique and fascinating elements, any attempt to single out specific parts for review would likely only leave the potential reader confused…but to convey more would risk spoiling the fun!
Suffice it to say that once I’d finished the novel, I felt a compulsory urge to run outside, take deep breaths of fresh air, look up to the skies and enjoy the beautiful sun shining down on my face, and revel in my newfound freedom—after spending so much time trapped underground with myriad evil and terrifying creatures!
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