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Life Force Preserve; Anna and the resurgent of the precious blood (Life Force Preserve #1)

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Anna confronts the mysterious people blending into scenes following several near-death incidents, only to learn they're a part of a world-wide organization, that's been covertly safeguarding her endangered bloodline against another invading presence.
Paperback, First edition of series, 248 pages
Published May 13th 2019 by Ebooks2Go
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Sorin
May 20, 2019 rated it it was amazing
What an amazing read, I am surprised to see such a well written story from a first time author. Keep up the good work! Highly recommended!!!
Joe Vigliotti
Jun 26, 2019 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
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Ravin Maurice
May 31, 2019 rated it really liked it
The title is a little confusing for this high concept sci fi novel about a girl named Anna and a series of events that happens around her after she gets in a series of serious car accidents.
I really enjoyed this book but its a very hard plot to explain and not give too much away. Its starts off seeming to go more in the thriller direction, but once Anna finds out the truth about what is really happening it goes straight to sci fi and the author has tackled some really interesting concepts deali
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Anna has had a series of near-death experiences. It seems at every turn there's an accident waiting to happen, with her as the target. She's becoming far too familiar with hospitals, but even more than that, she feels as though she's being watched. And the faces of those watching her seem eerily familiar. But learning the truth behind the accidents and the full realization that she is indeed being followed is even more unsettling. Anna soon learns she's at the center of a mystery that transcends ...more
Kurt Johnson
May 25, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Great read. Highly recommend. Great protagonist and unique plot! Now I'm ready for the next book :)
Rachel (Life of a Female Bibliophile)
In this book the main character, Anna confronts the mysterious near-death incidents in her life along with mysterious people, only to learn that there’s a world-wide organization, that’s been covertly safeguarding her endangered bloodline against another invading presence.

This story has a very interesting concept that had me intrigued from part one. The main character Anna comes to terms with all of the issues in her life and starts to question everything that has happened to her. Wh
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Courtney Pahlke graduated from the University of Iowa with a degree in psychology and a secondary in creative writing. She worked at the Crisis Center in Iowa city leading to graduation day, where she went back home to Illinois with a plan. Courtney hoped to gain her masters degree in forensic psychology at a school in Chicago, while working for her dad, to pay for school. After the first year wor ...more