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Pharmakon

(The Kota Series #3)

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We only get a few second chances…

In Phantasya’s supernatural paradise, the Warriors and their friends hope to rest for a while. Soon, however, trials and revelations arise for each Kota Warrior. Rave and Arctos travel back to Ebon to finish a mission they thought was over, this time with a shocking ally. Amu, struggling to find her place again, teleports to Rowen and disco
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ebook, 398 pages
Published May 16th 2014 (first published January 1st 2008)
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Pharmakon opens with an explanation for how time travel works in the Kota series, including insight into the relationship between time and space. It's relentless clever and something completely new, and that's exactly what Somerville continues to deliver three books into the series. It's a giddy rush to find a new take on a genre trope, and if you've been following the series up to this point it's a game-changing reveal. It's the "We have to move the Island" moment.

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Sunshine Somerville is a Science Fantasy author who loves blending genres. She has a degree in English Literature and self-published her first book at the ripe old age of nine.  Originally from the beachy side of Michigan, she now lives in the Detroit area with her husband, two fur babies, and one human daughter. 
The Kota Series is a Science Fantasy epic based on youthful obsessions with X-Men, St
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