Stephen H. Provost
Publication date: February 1st 2017
Genres: Fantasy, New Adult, Paranormal
Minerva Rus can raise the dead. And it might get her killed.
Minerva’s life has never been the same since the childhood car accident that paralyzed her and killed her best friend, Raven. But when the long-dead Raven reappears in her life, now as a very attractive grown man, she discovers that her photographic memory has the power to bring the dead back to life … heal her paralysis … and shape reality itself.
Pursued by a rogue government agent who wants to eliminate her and her talents, Minerva must learn to control her powers to save herself and Raven. Because if she dies, he dies as well―again.
🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟 REVIEW by Julie
This book was phenomenal. I couldn’t read this book fast enough. Memortality has a very gripping with a fast paced storyline. Each and every page was full of action. Every page read made you want to read faster to find out what happens next.
Min and Raven were friends at a very young age. Due to an accident, Raven left her early in life and she was left to live her life in a wheel chair.
But her life, as she soon finds out, isn’t what it seems. She has a gift. A gift that lands her in some trouble..One that can bring back the one person she thought she’d never seen again.
This gift isn’t all its cracked up to be. She is being hunted by people who are determined to terminate her.
Minerva was an excellent character. She didn’t back down from a challenge. She was a very strong character.
You couldn’t help but to love Raven.
I am not going to say much more of this book other than this book is brilliantly written with excellent editing.
I couldn’t put this book down. Memortality is definitely going on my top read list of 2017. I didn’t want this book to end.
10 stars for sure!!!
Stephen H. Provost is an author of paranormal adventures and historical non-fiction. “Memortality,” his debut title on Linden Publishing’s new fiction imprint, Pace Press, is due out in February 2017 and is available for pre-order on Amazon.
An editor and columnist with more than 30 years of experience as a journalist, he has written on subjects as diverse as history, religion, politics and language and has served as an editor for fiction and non-fiction projects. His book “Fresno Growing Up,” a history of Fresno, California, during the postwar years, is available on Craven Street Books, and his next non-fiction work, scheduled for release in June of 2017, will examine the history of U.S. Highway 99 in California.
In addition, the author has published several books as Stifyn Emrys, beginning in 2012 with “The Gospel of the Phoenix” and also including the nonfiction works “The Way of the Phoenix” and “Undefeated.” He also has published three works of fiction: “Feathercap” (children’s); “Identity Break,” (young adult science fiction/adventure) and an accompanying novella, “Artifice.”
The author served as editor of four young adult novels: the “Mad World” series by Samaire Provost – “EPIDEMIC,” “SANCTUARY” and “DESPERATION” – and the award-winning “Lorehnin: A Novel of the Otherworld,” Volume 6 in the Otherworld series by Jenna Elizabeth Johnson. He has worked in journalism as a news editor, sports editor and reporter for four daily newspapers in California, and is currently managing editor for an award-winning weekly, The Cambrian. He has worked as an educator and has been featured at occasional speaking engagements.
He lives on the California coast with his wife, stepson, cats (Tyrion Fluffybutt and Allie Twinkletail) and dogs.