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Seraphina Luxgrove is a Gem. If anyone discovered that truth she would be killed instantly.

She’s played the game of lies and loose truths all her life, living amongst the zealous Lionhearts as one of their own. She trained with their children and now she’s fighting the monsters and keeping humanity safe. It sounds almost too good to be true – because it is. Six months ago
Kindle Edition, 319 pages
Published September 27th 2018
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Catalin Negru
Aug 20, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: fiction, literature
Target audience: The target of this book are people who like fantasies, especially young adults.

About the author: According to her own funny account at the end of the book, Emma Nicole is a young author who spends most of her days reading or writing stories. She lives in England, she adores tea and one of her passions is playing online computer games. She prefers games mostly filled with myths, folklore and strategy but she can also be spotted playing League of Legends on occasion. She has
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Dec 17, 2018 rated it really liked it
At the outset, The Gem Experiment seems like a story about a specialized group of gifted people called Lionhearts who hunt a cadre of monsters in a fantasied version of London. Some of the monsters are common: vampires and werewolves who are out of control, while others are demons with powers great and small who can pass through portals and different dimensions.

The main character is Seraphina Luxgrove and much of the story is told through her eyes, except the author warns us that Seraphina doesn
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I'm Emma Nicole (ensworldofwords). I love fantasy books but contemporaries about close friendships and found families have a soft spot in my heart. On the other hand, the stabbier a fantasy novel is the better. Assassins and princesses, or assassin princesses are my favourite.

I'm currently writing a book series called The Gem Experiments. The first novel is out on Amazon and I'm releasing a series