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Me Without You

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Who wants to live forever? And yet who wants to die young?

With the death of the greatest healer, a new healer was born. Unfortunately though, it was not the beginning of healing…not for Rebecca Blood and those she left behind. Everybody in her family became frantic, not for the loss, but for the secret that she kept.

Whoever vanquished a healer will live forever and possess
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Published March 2nd 2012
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Renee S
POOR editing. Bad grammar and misused words made what could have been a great fantastical story about healers and family intrigue difficult to read as my brain spent more time"translating" the poor English into something decipherable. It's a shame really, the story was intriguing once I got through it and figured out what the author was trying to say
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One of Rona Go's favorite phrases is from a study of Dostoevsky's work by William Hamilton — Banished from the land of unity — inspiring her ideas of a protagonist as one who is heroic and dark at the same time and her preference for a villain as your regular villain but with a heart.

With a strong background in Philosophy and Theology, Rona Go envisions her writing career positioned in the general
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