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My Book Friend  (mybookfriend) | 2 comments Recently, I was looking into reading the book,Descendant, by Eva Truesdale, and it is like she has dropped off the face of the Earth! All of her books are off of Amazon, Barnes & Noble, etc... Her blog has been cancelled, and nothing has been posted on her Twitter account since February.

It is so wierd, including the fact that the sequel to Descendant was supposed to come out sometime last week or the week before. There is nothing regarding the matter.

If there is no sequel, then I do not want to read that book and have nothing else after that to dig into. At this point, I am just wondering what happened to the woman?

Check out this discussion on her Amazon Author Page: http://www.amazon.com/gp/forum/cd/dis...

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Candice Terry | 1 comments any news on whatever happen to this author ?

My Book Friend  (mybookfriend) | 2 comments We believe that she may have passed away. That is the only info we have.

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Shraddha | 2 comments The second book is still not out, and her blog and everything else related to her doesn't exist any more. What has happened?

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Catherine (catherineag) | 1 comments Seems the author is back online ?

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Shraddha | 2 comments Catherine wrote: "Seems the author is back online ?

oh my gosh yes

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naz | 1 comments I just wanted to let you guys know that the second book is out!! It's called Syndrome:)

message 8: by Melissa (last edited Oct 30, 2015 09:44AM) (new)

Melissa | 1 comments SHES ALIVE! The second book in the serious was released and is currently available to buy. I just got done reading it! (its called syndrome)

Syndrome (Shift Chronicles, #2) by Eva Truesdale

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