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Disbanded (Serpentia: Book 1)

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Come forth, for you are special.

Sookahr the architect is just one of many snakes within Serpentia, an underground society where snakes and their rodent companions have lived in peace for as long as anyone can remember. Their destinies are preordained at birth, when they are fit with skymetal bands to enhance the telekinetic powers that aid them everyday.

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Expected publication: March 3rd 2020 by Goal Publications
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Disclaimer - I was given an advance copy of this book to review, but opinions are my own.

Sookahr is a young snake just coming into what would be the human equivalent to adulthood within his community within the burrow of Serpentia. He's tasked his career, which he's been assigned like every other, but something has always told him that he was meant for more.

Book 1 gets you acquainted with the main character, Sookahr, and his world of Serpentia. There will be snake-based terminology used, but
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Frances Pauli writes across multiple genres. Her work is speculative, full of the fantastic, and quite often romantic at its core. Whenever possible, she enjoys weaving in a little humor. Once upon a time she was a visual artist, but she's since come to her senses. Now she fills her miniscule amount of free time with things like crochet, belly dance and abysmal ukulele playing. She lives in ...more