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Pure Blood

Pure Blood

von Daiana Eckert
Hardcover - 9781525528651
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Beschreibung

Jordon Rosser knows perfectly well who she is: a student at a nondescript, subpar community college in the microscopic town of Armado, Arizona. Jordon was sure her fantasy of a more exciting and fulfilling existence was just that, a fantasy. But when she and her lifelong friend, "Razz" Lords, learn of an unusual college in Phoenix that offers the opportunity for a formal education, her fantasy begins to take on shades of reality. At the school, Jordon and Razz meet two men with the same beautifully sculpted face but with souls as different as night and day. Taken in by the school's mystical and unorthodox nature, Jordon and Razz allow their suitors to guide them into two diverse worlds that jeopardize their friendship and their future. The girls' lives unravel with each passing day as the perfect people surrounding them are revealed to be not just professors and campus staff but also entities linked to the divisions between good and evil. As Razz and Jordon are introduced to a new and unusual reality, they struggle with the truths their families have hidden from them. Memories of other realms flood their minds, triggering internal struggles as each girl comes to grips with her true identity, a conflict that will test the boundaries of their friendship forever....

Details

Verlag FriesenPress
Ersterscheinung Februar 2020
Maße 222 mm x 145 mm x 21 mm
Gewicht 562 Gramm
Format Hardcover
ISBN-13 9781525528651
Auflage Nicht bekannt
Seiten 330

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