Shadow Of A Demon by E. Rose Sabin

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"You must learn to communicate with him, to understand him," the Mother Superior of the Daughters of Mercy says of the thing that dwells inside India Terrano, the thing India regards as a demon. It is a Viseg, a creature that feeds on energy and can spit that energy out with tremendous destructive force. It has endangered India’s family and blasted her fiance’s mind, leaving him a living corpse. It has made her a fugitive, hunted both by the Solarian Patrol, which intends to put her to death, and by representatives of an interplanetary corporation, which wants to experiment on her to learn to harness the Viseg’s power. To India the Viseg is a hated thing, a curse. She cannot possibly follow Mother Lira’s advice. Yet how else can she survive and safeguard those she loves? But the path to communication and understanding will be fraught with many dangers, will bring pain and grief to her family and friends, and will lead her far from the only home she’s known.

About E. Rose Sabin

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E. Rose Sabin is a former teacher at the middle school and junior college level. She has had many of her short stories published in small circulation magazines such as Nuclear Fiction, Fresh Ink and Figment. "A School for Sorcery," winner of the Andre Norton Gryphon Award, was her first published novel.
Published June 11, 2011 by Double Dragon eBooks. 256 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction, Action & Adventure. Fiction

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