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The Fury and the Power (The Fury #3)

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Eden Waring has known fear in her life. She is an Avatar, a talented young psychic with the ability to produce at will her doppelganger - her mirror image, who calls herself "Gwen" and possesses remarkable powers beyond even Eden's gifts. Gwen can be invisible to mortal eyes, if she chooses to be, and can even travel back and forth in time.

As gifted as Eden and Gwen are,
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Paperback, 384 pages
Published October 19th 2003 by Forge Books (first published 2003)
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Stacy
Jan 31, 2016 rated it did not like it
Barely got through it.
Mcf1nder_sk
Feb 28, 2018 rated it liked it
As I make my way through the Fury quadrology, the stories seem to be getting more strained as you go. Eden Waring, the Avatar, is coming to terms with her latent abilities, but has not fully realized her potential. After the destruction of MORG, the top-secret government agency that wanted to control her, Eden starts off this novel in Africa, under the care of Tom and Bertie. She soon learns that Mordaunt, the Darkness of Heaven, wants her for himself. With the aid of her friends, Eden not only ...more
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Gmaharriet
This book didn't seem as good as the two previous ones in the series. It had a lot of blood and gore, but (I thought) very little in the way of a storyline. Very disappointing.
John Bruni
Apr 24, 2014 rated it did not like it
This one just didn't do it for me. Don't get me wrong. I love John Farris's work. It's just that the FURY series just doesn't connect with me.
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American writer and screenwriter of both adaptations of his own books (e.g. 'The Fury'), of the works of others (such as Alfred Bester's 'The Demolished Man') and original scripts. In 1973 he wrote and directed the film 'Dear Dead Delilah'. He has had several plays produced off-Broadway, and also paints and writes poetry. At various times he has made his home in New York, Southern California and P ...more
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