Sailing Aboard A Storm Thrashed Vessel From America To Cuba, A Young Woman Audrianna And Her Mysterious Son Devon Are Shipwrecked And Left For Dead They Survive Thanks To The Mystical Efforts Of A Small Community Located On The Coast Of S Georgia While In The Care Of This Unique Group And Its Beautiful And Loving Leader, Kendis, Audrianna Comes To Discover The Secrets Of Her Son S Cognitive Powers, His And Kendis S Otherworldly Origins, And An Enthralling, Earth Changing Game That Threatens The Existences Of Both The Alien Descendants Of Gavrilek And The Unsuspecting Inhabitants Of Earth The Key To The Universe S Survival Lies In The Unraveling Of Audrianna S Conflicted Past And Desires, As Well As In The Seemingly Motley Collection Of Castoffs That Kendis Has Nurtured And Trained Invigorated By Mesmerizing Prose And Fervid Imagination, The Children Of Gavrilek Weaves Together World History, Science Fiction, And Romance To Unleash A Powerful Story Of Wrenching Emotion And Unexpected Relevancy For Today S Age Its Author Is At The Height Of Her Narrative Powers And Her Creation Will Keep You Captivated From The Opening Pages Until The Last Sentence
Julie Kirt n Chandler is a registered nurse, specializing in emergency and critical care She was formally trained in the military, first as an active duty combat medic and later as an Army Nurse Corps Officer Today, Julie and her domestic partner of 12 years, Charity, spend the majority of their time in the San Francisco Bay area where Julie works as a civilian nurse.
- 352 pages
- The Children of Gavrilek
- Julie Kirton Chandler
- 06 February 2019 Julie Kirton Chandler