Midnight Pass by Candace Rice

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Kali was no different to any other child, or so she thought.  Her life was far from happy, losing her father and then losing her twin brother when she was only twelve.  She has no idea how special she is, or that the ancient gods of the Calusa Indians had been so closely involved in the events leading up to her birth.
Between two islands is Midnight Pass, a sandbar that has risen and then disappeared many times over the centuries.  The storms from the Gulf of Mexico, or those that crash across Florida from the Atlantic, may have changed the coastline, but Midnight Pass is more than a pathway from island to island, and its rise and fall is far more significant than anyone could have imagined.  Forces of evil are combining to destroy humanity, and Kali must play her part in defeating them.

About Candace Rice

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Candace moved to Sarasota, Florida in 1967. Her grandmother lived on Siesta Key, and Candace spent many of her childhood summers at her cabana on Crescent Beach, scooping coquinas on the shoreline, and watching the sea-life trapped in the low-tide pools at Point of Rocks.'Anyone who has had the opportunity to walk the shoreline along Siesta and Crescent Beach to Point of Rocks, can easily see why the brilliant, cool white sands that border the warm torquoise waters keep them consistently at the top of the list of the world's most beautiful beaches.'
Published September 14, 2010 by Strict Publishing International. 170 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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