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Despite his lifelong deafness, Jonah Matthews had been accepted into
college, reconciled with his brother, and found a great new girlfriend.
His biggest worry was passing a class. Then all that changed.
Thrust into the shadows of his world, Jonah found himself in the
middle of a trans-millenial battle fought between those seeking to
dominate life and those dedicated to protecting it. Jonah must
learn to trust his new friends, use a blazing sword and find his talent
to stop the narcissistic Angel, protect his brother and rescue his
girlfriend. If Jonah loses this fight, he gives Angel a foothold
in the town and provides her the technology to eradicate her foes.
Winning might cost Jonah his life.
Praise and Reviews
5 star Amazon Review from Harpmama
I must say I really loved reading ShadowLight! The author did an
excellent job keeping my attention! He weaves his characters and
the story line in and out and keeps you guessing. I got so
aggravated once because I was in a really intense part and had to
put it down. I stayed up that night until about 2 in the morning
just so I could figure out what happened. I really love that it is
a clean read also. There is nothing objectionable in this book. The
author does a very good job of the good guys and the bad guys
battling it out. This book makes you want to laugh and cry and get
mad and happy and... Well, you get my point! If you need a good
book to read, I highly recommend ShadowLight! Can't wait for the
5 start Amazon review from phughey:
Ask yourself what makes a book a "good read". You know the kind I'm
referring to. A truly good book will cause you to lose sleep. It
occupies much of your thought life while engaged in things that take you
away from the book. You understand where I'm coming from. A good book
will keep you wondering what is going to happen next, who is it going
to happen to? Who will win, who will lose, who will live and who will
die? A "good read" will elicit emotions when things good or bad
happen to the characters, some of whom you've grown to love, while
others you loathe because of their despicable nature. Mr. Morgan
succeeds in bringing all of these characteristics to this novel. He has
created a whole new world within our world. A world of superhumans
with very real vulnerabilities. The story entwines a strong moral ethic
with suspense and adventure. He even manages to include just the right
amount of romance. The one negative about this book is that we have to
wait for the sequel. Congratulations to Mr. Morgan on his first full
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