Okay, that’s it – last one. We just can’t give any more away…
Part 4 – CECI (Seesay) is free now.
Part Four – CECI (approximately 18,000 words)
Ceci has never had much of anything. Growing up on the mean streets of Brazil, he has fought every day of his short life – a life that is soon to come to an end…or is it? When Ceci wakes up in an empty operating theatre in Buenos Aires with no recollection of how he got there, strange things start to happen. Finding a mysterious key and discovering a hidden world beneath the hospital where strange becomes downright weird, Ceci soon realises that his life is worth more than he thought – but to whom?
Louis Ortega, aka The Hierophant, wants Ceci’s soul -wants his colour–his and the rest of the indigo kids’. Ortega has a plan and with the help of his faithful-but-misguided mercenaries, will stop at nothing to achieve it. With his dark prince and master surgeon, Raphael by his side, Ortega continues his quest to steal the colour from the world and use it for his own means – but Ortega doesn’t bank on the power of the kids or their special gifts. Slowly, but surely, they are opening their hearts and minds and in doing so, discovering things about themselves they never knew – with their colours, comes power.
Ceci is about to find out that he has allies – friends. From the wondrous Jax and the geeky Hadi, to the glittering green girl, Harmony and the adventurous Starr, to the ones he is yet to meet, it soon becomes apparent that for the first time ever, he isn’t alone.
He is being called – they are being called. It’s time for the beginning of the end. It’s time for…. Awakenings.
“Answer, my children – answer as if your heart would break. Answer the shades, the hues, the petrol blues. Answer the call…of Indigo.”
Jax, Hadi & Starr are out now! Harmony, Ming & Xi, Shai are coming soon.
Paragon & Nirvana will be released in 2014.
**Warning – this series is Young/new adult fantasy/sci-fi/paranormal. It may contain some sexual references and graphic scenes.**
For 5 days. That’s almost a week. In February alone, I have given away THOUSANDS of books. I might as well quit now.