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Bisecter #4

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In this enthralling final installment of the BISECTER series, Hemera and her friends must learn to survive in a world that has only ever existed in prayers and nightmares: a world of darkness. Surviving each day when the all-powerful Duskers are hunting them is a miracle in itself. But Hemera has other problems to worry about.

Hemera must confront the abominations she helped to create before they kill everyone she cares about. But how does one destroy a part of oneself?

Desperate to save her friends, her family, and her world from the spreading darkness, Hemera must lay waste to the only things that make her whole.

Lies and betrayal. Love won and lost. As the final battle is waged, Hemera must decide how much she can stand to sacrifice for the future of their world in this deeply satisfying final chapter of the BISECTER series.

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Published January 7, 2020

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Stephanie Fazio

21 books37 followers
Stephanie Fazio is a fantasy author. She grew up in Syracuse, New York, and prior to writing full time, she worked in the fields of journalism, secondary education, and higher education. She has an undergraduate degree in English from Colgate University and a Master’s degree in Reading, Writing, and Literacy from the University of Pennsylvania.

Stephanie lives in Austin with her husband and crazy rescue dog. When she isn’t writing, she’s getting lost in parks, hosting taco nights, or ironically and miserably losing at word games, but having fun while she does it.

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February 17, 2022

Hemera is probably the least favorite FMC of any series I’ve read. She’s selfish, stupid and annoying. But the plot was good. And I really liked the supporting characters. They are the only reason I kept reading the series.
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March 18, 2020
This series finishing is bittersweet in a lot of ways. It is great to see the characters develop and grow up, but sad to see it all end. If you read the previous 3 and liked them, this finale won't disappoint.
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