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The Sentinel

(Metamor City #3)

4.06  ·  Rating details ·  33 ratings  ·  3 reviews
Agent Janus Starson is the regional field commander of the Lothanasi Order, an elite international law-enforcement unit tasked with protecting mortals from supernatural creatures. In the line of duty he has slain demons, faeries, and monsters of every description — but when the search for a missing girl leads him to the lair of a powerful succubus, it may require a more de ...more
ebook, 20 pages
Published July 20th 2012 by Chris Lester
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Aug 12, 2015 rated it really liked it
Since I discovered this podcast, I have found myself excited for bedtime so that I can listen to the next episode in the series! This story was so short, I wish it was a bit longer. I love getting to know all of the characters, and I just needed a little more. I hope to see all of the characters we have met, in the future.
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Dec 01, 2012 rated it it was amazing
I'm a big fan of the Metamor City podcast and finally seeing these in print made my day! It was just as fun reading it as it was listening to it. I'd highly recommend it to anyone into fantasy. Read this then move onto a more substantial story like The Muse. ...more
Melissa Hayden
Oh, this story adds to the growing depth and vastness of magic in this city! We see that the beings have rules and ways about themselves. There are different agencies, Lothanasi Order and Police. Each class of being has different ways of how they live, but all are to do nothing to the mundane humans.

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Hi there! I'm Chris Lester, and I tell stories. I've been doing it for as long as I can remember; whether the audience was a playmate, a classroom, a parent, or a room full of strangers, I've always had a soft spot for a tale well told.

I grew up on stories of places that never were, of science fiction and fantasy, heroes and gods. I was captivated by ideas of transformation and transcendence, of p

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