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About Natalie J. Case
Refusing to be confined to a single genre, Natalie's current works in progress span, and sometimes combine, horror, fantasy, sci-fi and more.
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After a serial killer is caught, and discovered to be a Shade, it sets in motion an unexpected tidal wave that affects them both.
As the United States begins to tear itself apart with violence and xenophobia, Mason and Alaric are yanked out of their comfortable lives and cast into the turbulent waters of political intrigue and conspiracies, setting them on a collision course with each other and civil war.
"Through Shade and Shadow is a realistic paranormal fantasy that speaks volumes on hate and fear. -Liz Konkel, Readers' Favorite-
As the world descends into ever darker chaos, Alaric Lambrecht seeks vengeance. No matter the cost.
In Washington, evil takes another step toward true power. In the west, the 8th Battalion advances a terrible plan. The Shades' refuge is in ashes.
Alaric's path takes him deep into 8th Battalion territory, and on a collision course with Raven Ivany and Zero, bringing Shadows and Shifters, Sages and Shades all together with a common enemy.
The question is, can they together take the fight to the mastermind who is tearing the country apart - and defeat him?
Meanwhile, operative Raven Ivany struggles against the forces aligning against Shades and Shadows - Shifters and Sages - and finds an unlikely companion in Zero, a teenage girl with a mysterious past and desire to prove herself.
Wandering the world, she seeks redemption and vengeance in equal measure. Discovering love in its many forms and loss in its deepest agony, her life circles around two others who return to her again and again, until their fates are set right.
"The ancient game is played out as three souls, born together in the lost pages of time, are as they were meant to be. But to tell that story, my story, I must go back to the beginning. To the time before I came to be.
Before any of us had come to be."