Enma by Alex Hughes

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"Orphenn is an orphan, and he was beginning to think that that was all he would ever be. So when a strange woman who calls herself his sister spirits him away and hurls him into another universe, he felt absolutely overwhelmed. Family, friends, and allies await him there—three things that were beyond an orphan’s wildest dreams. Only afterward does he find the truth about his family: that his twin sisters began as triplets, and that the third sister, who had murdered their parents, was leading a comeback to conquer the world of Aleida. With their squadron, the White Herons, and Aleida’s mutant army, Orphenn and his companions must overcome his sister’s conquest and destroy her nation. But how can they destroy their own sibling?

Separate dimensions, mutants, families, bonds, turncoats, rebellion, and betrayal—Enma is a riveting story of dreams and gifts. In this world of cliché vampires and overused werewolves, Hughes’s world of conquest and romance is a breath of fresh air. In her unique, dramatic style, she writes of the hardships Orphenn and his newfound family must endure in a time of civil war, in a universe beside our own."

About Alex Hughes

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Alex Hughes has written since early childhood, and loves great stories in any form including scifi, fantasy, and mystery. Over the years, Alex has lived in many neighborhoods of the sprawling metro Atlanta area. Decatur, the neighborhood on which Clean is centered, was Alex's college home.
Published November 30, 2011 by Trafford. 210 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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