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On May 2nd, 1999, a massive F5 tornado ripped through the small delta town of Cleveland, Mississippi. Hardest hit was the campus of Delta State University, where the top two floors of one of the dormitories was completely ripped away. Thirty six bodies were never found.

This is the story of those who were taken by the Maelstrom... and survived!

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Kindle Edition, 576 pages
Published June 22nd 2011
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Nov 17, 2014 Kyra Dune rated it it was amazing
Wow. This story grabbed me right from the start and never let go. It's not so much the actual story, which is your basic destined heroes versus dire evil, that makes The Road To Ascendance sing. Now, I happen to like this particular plot. Some may think it overdone, but not me. Especially when the story is as well written and gripping as this one. This book flows perfectly. The pacing is spot on and a delightful mixture of darkness and light. But it's the characters who are the real delight. ...more
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*A Copy of this Book Was Given To Me By The Author In Exchange For An Honest Review*

I have read many books where a group of people are transported somehow (how varies from book to book) to either a parallel universe or just a different world.
This is such a story, but one of the best, with a particularly credible ‘transport’ to their new world, or in this case island.
The story kept my interest to the end and readers will quickly identify with the Descado brothers, a practically invincible pair. T
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