Shenoa Carroll-Bradd

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Average rating: 4.13 · 580 ratings · 105 reviews · 39 distinct works
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The Minstrel Angel

Z’el is not human. He’s something odd and dark, put together through magical means for one purpose: to obey. When he is captured by the men he was sent to spy upon, his eyes are opened to the complexity, weaknesses, and strengths that wait at the core of every person.


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