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Daughters of Twilight

4.08  ·  Rating details ·  12 ratings  ·  7 reviews
When an earthquake measuring seven on the Richter scale hits the tiny town of Waterloo, Iowa, life gets very strange indeed for the locals. A dark, hulking, pyramid-shaped tower pushes its way up through a corn field in Blackhawk County, thrusting the city into turmoil and into the national spotlight.

The “Black Tower” as it's called is believed to be dormant, but when
Paperback, 300 pages
Published October 23rd 2013 by Outskirts Press
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Part science fiction, part action and adventure, add a mysterious black tower that shows up after an earthquake, the absolutely necessary egocentric scientist and mysterious winged females with unbeatable powers and you get another dynamic and dazzling gem from a fresh Indie author’s pen! Daughter of Twilight by Colette Jackson-Fink is a fast-paced, ingenious paranormal read with grit, suspense and the classic good vs evil vs the unknown. How can trained military operatives fail against a group ...more
Charline Ratcliff
Mar 21, 2014 rated it really liked it
I've just finished reading “Daughters of Twilight” by newer author Collette Jackson-Fink. I found it to be both interesting and intriguing…

The tale within “Daughters of Twilight” begins in the Midwest; in the sleepy little town of Waterloo, Iowa. A 7.0 magnitude earthquake has hit the town; startling and shocking the town's residents. After the quake subsides, the people who call Waterloo home are amazed to discover that a huge, black, pyramid-ish shaped structure has risen up from the ground
Nicole Mcbride
Jan 18, 2014 rated it liked it
It is rare that I come across a book that I just cannot put down and read well into the night, but this book was one of them. The premise is what interested me from the beginning; a possible war with angels here in Iowa. However, even though I was interested enough to read this almost all in one night, it did not deliver everything that I had imagined it would.

What I really thought that Collette Jackson-Fink did well was with regards to description of the surroundings and of the characters. The
Jenn Andrew
Feb 12, 2014 rated it liked it
Title: Daughters of Twilight
Author: Collette Jackson-Fink
ISBN: 978-1-4327-9945-8
Publisher: Outskirts Press Inc.
Reviewer: Jennifer Andrew

Daughters of Twilight is a contemporary science fiction novel about a pyramid that mysteriously appears and a special tactical team that is sent in to investigate. There is a history behinds these sightings and it is not as surprising as you might think. When sent in to infiltrate, the men get more than they bargained for and in the end, not everything is at it
Gayle Pace
Jun 04, 2014 rated it really liked it

The author wrote a part sci-fi, part action and part adventure. Then the author added a mysterious black tower that mysteriously appears after an earthquake. Then appears an egocentric scientist and powerful winged females. This book is just full of wonderful,, mysterious beings and powers. The book reads fairly fast and is the good vs. evil theme.

I got so intrigued by the group of beautiful women who just mysteriously appeared. Apparently they have been buried beneath the earth. Living
Shawn Remfrey
Dec 02, 2013 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: home-library
Ok, first, if you see this book sitting on the shelf in the store, you're going to pass it by. You see a few choppers and military, but what really hits you is the picture of a girl in the top left corner. She has this dreamy look about her that makes you automatically think 'oh. sappy romance.' Don't let this fool you. Yeah, there's definitely some romance. Not just romance, but the type you find in really good supernatural books where it's strong, deep and lasting. It's more than most human ...more
Deanna at The Book Lover's Attic
A mix of science-fiction, military action and romance, Daughters of Twilight offers something for every reader.

Jackson-Fink was able to capture my attention from the very start with the prologue. Her description of the man running from the black tower, desperate to escape the horrors he'd witnessed had me hooked.

This was a unique story and the characters were well-developed, most, easy to become attached to. The military action did not take away from the love story that is embedded here and the
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Collette Jackson-Fink has been writing stories since she was 13 years old. She’s written several short stories, poems and a screenplay, some of which have been published. A Persian Gulf veteran, Collette works as a respiratory therapist at a trauma medical center in her home state of Iowa, where she lives with her husband of 31 years, son Alex, daughter Ashley and four grandchildren.