Awakening by Jaison L Black
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A love older than mankind.
A brotherhood devastated by greed.
A man who stands to lose it all.

Michael and Luc were created as brothers, the perfect team, complementing each other in every way. The need for power turned them into eternal enemies; both of their lives destroyed. Broken by what he felt compelled to do, Michael left the bliss and warmth of the Heavens; and the only love he?d ever known, to keep Luc bound. He walks the earth over and over, in constant torment to keep his secret.

Until now.

Lane is a college senior with a bright future after a troubled start in life. Popular in school, lethal in the boxing ring, two best friends who are more like brothers, and a girlfriend madly in love with him; he seems to have the perfect life. Dreams, flashing symbols, and an attack on his 21st birthday unleash a chain of events sending Lane and his friends racing across the country looking for answers. Along the way, revelations are made and history is revealed.

Armed with newly recovered memories and a resolve to see unfinished business to a conclusion, Lane is forced to lead the group down a path that could forever alter the fate of humanity.


About Jaison L Black

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Jaison Black grew up in Northwest Arkansas. He enjoys spending time with his two children, Ali and Jaison Jr. His love of sports and not being able to compete anymore led to him becoming a high school football, basketball, and baseball official. Jaison has always loved to read; leading to him writing his first novel, 'Awakening', a coming of age story about three young men drawn into a battle as old as time itself. Jaison currently resides in Fort Smith, AR, while he finishes his degree in Accounting at The University of Arkansas - Fort Smith which he began pursuing a few years ago.
Published August 15, 2012 by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform. 250 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Bookmarks Magazine

During the summer of 1919, white mobs, fueled by questionable reports of conspiracies and crimes, lynched 52 black men and incited 25 deadly riots.

Jul 17 2011 | Read Full Review of Awakening: Book One

Integral Leadership Review

The only other books that include integral theory are Martin Ucik’s Integral Relationships: A Manual for Men (2010), David Deida’s The Way of the Superior Man: A Spiritual Guide to Mastering the Challenges of Women, Work, and Sexual Desire (1997), Joseph Gelfer’s The Masculinity Conspiracy (2011,...

Mar 21 2012 | Read Full Review of Awakening: Book One

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