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The Soul Conductor by C.S.Evans

The Soul Conductor by C.S.Evans Genres: Fantasy, Magic They live among the people. Quiet, even shy, but with the ability to defend themselves with sword and dagger, and much more besides...Their purpose is to guide the souls of the dying away from their physical bodies and on to their final destiny, be that reward or punishment. Led by a powerful Archdeacon, in turn supported by the Keepers and their fearsome Guardians, these beings ensure no soul remains trapped in the realm of the living for eternity. Quinn is one such being. He is a Soul Conductor. And he's one...

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Death’s Keep by Sommer Nectarhoff

Death's Keep by Sommer Nectarhoff Series: The book of Lokk #1 Genres: Fantasy, Horror Death’s Keep tells the story of Lokk, a young thief living in Kartos, a bustling city nestled in the shadow of the Dark Temple. The priests - the Devout - rarely pass beyond the walls of the temple, and when they do, it is only to escort the recently condemned to the dungeons and collect the dead. Life in Kartos is harsh, but Lokk has managed to survive... so far. He is about to enter the realms of evil, of gods and mortals. A world where...

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The Soul Conductor

The Soul Conductor by C.S.Evans Genres: Fantasy Published on December, 2014 They live among the people. Quiet, even shy, but with the ability to defend themselves with sword and dagger, and much more besides...Their purpose is to guide the souls of the dying away from their physical bodies and on to their final destiny, be that reward or punishment. Led by a powerful Archdeacon, in turn supported by the Keepers and their fearsome Guardians, these beings ensure no soul remains trapped in the realm of the living for eternity. Quinn is one such being. He is a Soul Conductor....

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Dystopia

Dystopia by Janet McNulty Series: Dystopia Trilogy Genres: Dystopian Published on May 8th 2013 Imagine living in a world where everything you do is controlled. In the distant future the United States has been split into two regions separated by a barren wasteland; this is the country of Dystopia. Here the individual is discouraged, freedom is an illusion, food is rationed, and everything you do is tracked by a chip implanted in your arm. This is Dana Ginary's world. At age seventeen, people receive their career assignments chosen for them by a government body. Forced to work at the...

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