Midnight Runners

Midnight Runners Until she moved to Whize Valley Vanessa didn t really believe that human beings had a soul After all being a non believer of all things spiritual and unconventional has its benefits For one if ther

  • Title: Midnight Runners
  • Author: Sharyn Dunbar
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 345
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Until she moved to Whize Valley, Vanessa didn t really believe that human beings had a soul After all, being a non believer of all things spiritual and unconventional has its benefits For one, if there isn t a greater good, then the alternative of evil doesn t exist But when Vanessa discovers that her soul is directly linked with an ancient legend that pays homage to thUntil she moved to Whize Valley, Vanessa didn t really believe that human beings had a soul After all, being a non believer of all things spiritual and unconventional has its benefits For one, if there isn t a greater good, then the alternative of evil doesn t exist But when Vanessa discovers that her soul is directly linked with an ancient legend that pays homage to the Mother Earth, she begins to rethink her original beliefs Things take a dangerous turn and Vanessa has no choice but to acknowledge the entity that threatens the life of everyone around her, and find some way to send it packing No pressure

    One thought on “Midnight Runners”

    1. This book had a unique idea about mother earth, unfortunatley the plot fell flat. I was invested in the beginning of the story but quickly began to loose focus. The characters speech and mannerisms are that of a older woman, in the way she talks and behaves. That made me distanced from her. The romance is minimal and very lack luster, I felt the story could use more conflict and mystery. Instead we were given good ideas that didn't seem to meet its full potential. This story is worth a read thou [...]

    2. I really loved this book. I loved the concept of it. A different slant on fantasy/ paranormal. Mother earth could well do with these Midnight Runners about now. Well done Sharyn Dunbar. Look forward to your next one.

    3. Skip this oneI could hardly finish this.every word was melodramatic without making the reader care about anyone or anything. The running never made sense either.

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