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Triad Awakening (The Triad Trilogy, #1)

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Sixteen-year-old Hagan Curtis's life is a total mess-alcoholic single father, recently deceased brother (Robin), and social invisibility-until an eerie encounter with a trio of ghostly sisters reveals he is part of the Triad. Armed with newfound battle skills and wielding his amazing split-staff, Hagan plunges headlong into training. But soon he discovers that membership i ...more
Kindle Edition, 186 pages
Published March 13th 2013 by Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
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Mar 23, 2013 rated it really liked it
Sixteen-year-old Hagan Curtis is having a rough time and then he hears disembodied voices telling him to “find her”. A strange symbol from Hagan's English class matches the one that he finds in his dead brother's room. Then three spectral visitors show up. I thought it was funny that Hagan is reading King Lear in his English class, because when the three “weird sisters” show up, that reminded me of Macbeth. All the visitors yell is “Find Her!”. I wasn't sure how I felt about the story in the beg ...more
Mar 15, 2013 rated it really liked it
Hagan, Naomi, and Charles are now a part of me. Michael Grigsby is definitely working on a trilogy that should be worth the read. This first entry into that trilogy caught my attention from the beginning. The author mentions how this story is part Buffy the Vampire Slayer and part X-Men. That is a rather good and quick way of viewing the story.

But it is the characters I'm falling for. The three who make up the Triad, and the others who work with them. They each have a personality that is easy to
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