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Vulcana: Rebirth of the Champion by Brian K.…

Vulcana: Rebirth of the Champion

by Brian K. Morris

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Vulcana: Rebirth of the Champion is exactly what the title states. A hero(ine) is made. Her name is Angelique Forge. She's an average gal with a blog that helps her get by It's not till she meets up with an old college friend that things take a turn for the absolute worst. She's killed!
Morris created an adventure based upon deities of a few beliefs, like Christianity and Greek Mythology. It was a story, unlike most, due to the gods dying and needing a hero themselves! For once, someone from the mere mortal world, one they'd observed, was nearby to help do what they could not- save the world!

Angelique proved to be a believable heroine, with ideals and actions that made you proud to be going through the challenges with her. She was likable and didn't behave irrationally; she came off as the perfect imperfect gal for the job. AND because she was ex-military, she had skills- precise skills needed to get things done. She came off like a spicy, strawberry sponged cake dessert, if you can imagine. She's strong, rational, witty and an all-around person you'd want saving your life. The dialogue and description were smooth and realistic (for fiction), allowing the book to flow and hold my interest.

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**Book independently published by Brian K. Morris. ( )
  AReneeHunt | Dec 8, 2016 |
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