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The Guardian
by Denise Fleischer Port Town Publishing

Category: Fiction / Autobiography
0 pages; ISBN: 0974083380

Rating: 8/10  (Ratings explained)
Reviewer: Anne K. Edwards

Review

Attention paranormal and sci-fi fans. The Guardian is right up your alley as a fascinating study of time traveling, futuristic and historical moments and scientific possibilities. A great chance to meet historical figures as they might have been. Lea Netera, a being not of this earth, receives a challenge from Seltar, a dark destroyer, and the game is on. Seltar attacks John Paul Jones at sea, Lea rescures him; then Seltar goes on to France in a time just before their revolution and causes chaos and again, Lea stops him. Following this, she becomes involved in the American Revolution to the great surprise of its men and generals and is present at the Alamo. The Guardian is written by talented Denise Fleischer who takes us to realms we have never dreamed of, gives us explanations for the unexplained, and shows us how humanity has made decisions that change or made history as Lea Netera attends to the building of the American Nation. A fun read that opens a door you will willing step through and wish the visit could be prolonged beyond the end of the book. Recommended by this very satisfied reader as a story will you long remember. I'll be looking for other tales by this author whose soaring imagination kept me happily hooked page after page.

 

 
 

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