By Josephine Angelini
StarHearts, as fanatics of Josephine Angelini name themselves, will not sleep all evening examining Dreamless, the second one e-book within the bestselling Starcrossed sequence. The saga mixes mythology, romance, motion, and intrigue in a totally unique way.
Dreamless maintains the tale of Helen Hamilton, a shy woman residing on Nantucket Island whose hope for a standard lifestyles used to be thwarted while she stumbled on she is a Scion, a descendant of a Greek god and a mortal. every one Scion has an influence, and Helen’s is the facility to commute to Hades.
Helen is set to exploit her expertise to prevent a conflict among the gods and alter her future, that's to stay a existence patterned after that of the tragic Helen of Troy. yet her quest may cost a little her Lucas Delios, the boy she loves.
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The djinn world is very complex and may also be the home of a number of other living creatures. According to Turkish mythology, the djinn (known there as the cinn) have a variety of pets. The pets are said to be much different than our cats and dogs and are described as horrible monsters you wouldn't want to meet in a dark alley. Perhaps the sightings of strange creatures throughout time are nothing more than a djinni's stray pet. Since the home of the djinn is beyond the fourth dimension, time in this other reality is most likely different from ours.
Our far-ranging discussions hit upon the djinn, and this book was born. We believe the djinn are a strong and active-but nonetheless hidden-presence in the world. They are not confined to the Middle East, the birthplace of the lore about them. They are known by many names, many guises, and many forms. Name any supernatural entity-even the ghosts of the dead-and you can fit the djinn behind them. We may think we are dealing with angels, demons, fairies, extraterrestrials, and such, but we may actually be dealing, at least some of the time, with djinn in disguise.
According to Turkish mythology, the djinn (known there as the cinn) have a variety of pets. The pets are said to be much different than our cats and dogs and are described as horrible monsters you wouldn't want to meet in a dark alley. Perhaps the sightings of strange creatures throughout time are nothing more than a djinni's stray pet. Since the home of the djinn is beyond the fourth dimension, time in this other reality is most likely different from ours. One thousand years in our world may be only a year there.
Dreamless (Starcrossed Trilogy, Book 2) by Josephine Angelini