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Short story provides good introduction to YA series

  • May 1, 2013
Unspeakable is a short story accompanying the author’s Nature of Grace series. Told from the point of view of the mysterious Mo, English and Australian overtones combine in a fascinating voice. “What the bloody hell was that?” wonders Mo as he wanders the isolated paths of the forest, where there should be no “blokes” but him. But “that” turns out to be a deer in need of help, which he expertly gives.

Soon an expert hiker is intrudes on Mo’s  isolation and finds him more at home chatting to deer than making friends with a girl. Still, Mo tries to find out what’s going on and ends up watching…

Well, as the author says at the end of this free short story, “If you want to find out what happens, you can purchase Untraceable.” The voice is fun, and the story’s a great introduction to the characters and location of the longer series—a sort of “try it and see if you like it” offer—and it’s free.

Disclosure: It was free and I already enjoy the series.

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Praises for Untraceable:
"This thrilling story is a dramatic entanglement of mystery, deception and teen romance.  The action flows like a brisk mountain stream interspersed with rapids, holding suspense to last page."
Kirkus Review 

"Grace is a spunky, independent, nature girl who doesn't need a boy to save her. With wilderness survival, a juicy love triangle, and more twists and turns than a roller coaster, this fast-paced novel had me holding my breath until the very last page--and still begging for more!" - Kimberly Derting (author of the popular Body Finder series)  
"Johannes has done a marvelous job of creating a suspense-filled mystery with surprises that keep you guessing all the way to the end. Untraceable is a thoroughly engrossing and riveting page-turner."- IndieReader
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