Gathering of Blackbirds

Gathering of Blackbirds When fifteen year old Emily Moore buys a necklace at a thrift shop she didn t expect that purchase would land her in the middle of an ancient struggle between powers of lost civilizations It isn t un

  • Title: Gathering of Blackbirds
  • Author: M.M. Gavillet
  • ISBN: 9781478261933
  • Page: 181
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • When fifteen year old Emily Moore buys a necklace at a thrift shop, she didn t expect that purchase would land her in the middle of an ancient struggle between powers of lost civilizations It isn t until she saves Gabe, a fellow classmate and a boy she hardly knows, from two strangers that drifted into the small Midwest town of St Francis, does she realizes the danger sWhen fifteen year old Emily Moore buys a necklace at a thrift shop, she didn t expect that purchase would land her in the middle of an ancient struggle between powers of lost civilizations It isn t until she saves Gabe, a fellow classmate and a boy she hardly knows, from two strangers that drifted into the small Midwest town of St Francis, does she realizes the danger she had fallen into This is Emily s first encounter with the Alliances Creed, a group devoted to securing magical implements Now, caught red handed with a magical pendant, Emily must prove her innocence or suffer consequences of the laws of Atlantis With Atlantis and many hidden worlds at risk, it is up to the Blackbirds a small group of the Alliances Creed, to save magic from evil Gabe, leader of the Blackbirds, protects Emily, who can suddenly hear silent messages sent centuries ago, only strengthens her ties to Atlantis But how can a human girl do this That is what the Blackbirds would like to know

    One thought on “Gathering of Blackbirds”

    1. I finished this up last night, a quick read. It's a very absorbing story that held my interest last night. We meet Emily who is nearly left to a white trash life: a drunkard Father and boyfriend who hit her, a waitress gig, and no money to even keep the water on in her trailer. She gets some things straightened out and meets Gabe, a true Gentleman. But too soon she is sucked into an alternate world that he is part of when she is caught with a trafficked amulet. The continent of Atlantis is real, [...]

    2. Not a bad start for a new writer. It was a bit repetitive and a little hard to follow at first. I would have liked some more detail in some spots but I really liked the the story idea and the characters could grow to be really great. With such awesomely unique worlds and characters this has the potential to be an amazing series! I look forward to seeing where it goes from here.

    3. Great story, afew verbages missing and afew misspellings other than that. Wow, can't wait tell the next one comes out. Nice to have original themes to read.

    4. Loved the story line!! Great first book for a new author who is showing great potential. Can't wait for the second in this trilogy!!

    5. I've read a lot of Indie books over the last couple of years so I'm tolerant of bad spelling and sentence structure-unless I feel that it is overshadowing the plot. I'm afraid in this case there were so many mistakes that forced me to stop and re-read that it stopped the entire flow of the story. A few mistakes I can overlook but this copy had nothing but mistakes and was obviously not proof-read by the author before publication. Here are a few examples. 'he disgusted me anymore', 'Alice and Jim [...]

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