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Waning Chance

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The government nuclear bombs Charleston, SC. Martial law along with hired government enforcers ratchets up city lock-downs. Citizens are angry.

Paisley, her brother Ramsey and friends: Amada and Choon are compelled to walk away from all they have known. Meanwhile, Sam Battles and his organization set out to make the government pay for their actions and crosses paths with Paisley in an improbable meeting. Sam hires Paisley to work in his organization. When Paisley discovers communication links, her plans change.

Sam and his people must slip through law enforcement and complete their mission. Paisley searches for a way to cross over. Their choices lead to unthinkable encounters that require courage and resolve to succeed. --The School of Ancestral Guidance Saga, Book 1.5


Published November 1, 2016

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Thorn Osgood

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Thorn Osgood was born in Thomasville, Georgia, and grew up in South Florida. During her grade school years, her father read her stories that fed her imagination. Through the years, she has traveled many times to that special place in her mind to imagine fantastic yarns and what ifs and has finally started to write them down. Thorn currently lives in Crawford County, Georgia with her Standard Schnauzer, Raskoph.

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November 14, 2016
The sky-high stakes, varied POVs, and insight into the rough side of human nature make Waning Chance compulsively readable. This tension-filled tale of Earth’s last days will leave your fingers itching to pick up the next volume.
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