April Alisa Marquette's Blog

February 4, 2010


Okay, so I’m back. Previously I was telling you about my novel EXODUS.

The first in the Sea Isles Series, a trilogy, EXODUS is adult fiction. If you like a good story, if you like to get to know the characters, and if you like to see and feel as though you’re actually in the story, then you will need to pick this up. If you like scenery, and details; if you’d like to laugh, and feel slight prickles of fear dancing up your spine from time to time, then you are going to need to check this out. If you want to see the characters again, after this story ends, this is the book for you.

But back to the story. We were at the part where the sultry lead character, Aqua, had accompanied her Latin hunk Noel to a mysterious little known island, although they received dire warnings not to go. They were told that evil would surely await them should they make the trip. Heedless, they went.

On the island, Aqua began to sleep-walk, among other things that were strange, for her. Those things she did at night. However, in the daytime she listlessly drifted down hallways dusty from disuse. As she floated along on forbidden floors in a creepy antebellum house, she became privy to many things … many truly disturbing things. And no, I won’t tell you what they are. I can’t. You know that.

I will say though that when Aqua believed she witnessed a murder, she became terrifically shaken! Then when no one around her seemed to listen or care, she became desperate, for answers– oh shoot! I’ve gotta run. But you know the drill. 😉

I’ll get back with you.

Make today a good one, and when you read, whatever it is you read, please do enjoy it!


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