This paranormal short story follows Lischca Fonteneau, who takes an internship at the antiquities museum of the city she had finally settled in. She feels that she has finally ceased her lifelong wanderings.
Her boss, Kimoura Kaga, seemed hauntingly familiar to her and she couldn't place exactly why.
Lischca believes she is finally rid of the curse that had hounded her since the day she became an adult. But the powers that be had other plans for her.
She must face a literal demon, ruining her own chances of living her life as a normal person, and putting her newfound job in jeopardy.
But could Kimoura be harboring a secret as well?
©2016 Erik Schubach (P)2016 Erik Schubach
I have MS and LD and make spelling and grammar mistakes, please forgive the handicap.
A Great Short Story of a young woman who is faced with a future she believes is set in stone but instead discovers its full of wonderful surprises. Schubach deliveries the first in what. I hope will be another super series like his Valkyrie Chronicles was. He uses Christian mythology in this story.
The beginning to Erik's new short story series. Jessica bring the characters to life in her gruff voice that is so Lischca. Erik has it listed as a horror, I see it more a dark fantasy kind of book. It is totally worth the money!
The first couple of music of the soul books were OK with Pamela Laurence as narrator it took so I'm trying to get into the flow then Erik Schubach paired is storytelling with the narration of Holly Jackson is seems like a perfect match Holly Jackson became the voice of the heroines misfits and otherwise awesome characters of all of Erik Schubach's books. Jessica Jones is not a bad narrator it's just not the same voice that I'm used to telling an Erik Schubach story.
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