Tuesday, April 19, 2016

A to Z Challenge: Practicality

My theme for this year's A to Z Challenge is snippets from Endless. Earlier, under Justice, we saw how Nick reacts to news that Aleria died. This scene is a continuation of that.

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About the Book

First, do no harm.” Blake Ryan swore that oath to become a doctor. Ironic, given that he spent most of his thousand year life sucking souls out of other immortals.

Things are different now. Using regular shots of morphine to keep his inner monster at bay, Ryan has led a quiet life since the Second World War. His thrills now come from saving lives, not taking them.

Until a plane crash brings Aleria into his hospital. Her life is vibrant. Crack to predators like him. She’s the exact sort of person they would hunt, and thanks to a severe case of amnesia, she’s all but defenseless.

Leaving Aleria vulnerable isn’t an option, but protecting her means unleashing his own inner monster. Which is a problem, because his inner monster wants her dead most of all.

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  1. That was neat to see a continuation from the scene in Justice. Another very tantalizing excerpt.

    Cheers - Ellen | http://thecynicalsailor.blogspot.com/2016/04/p-is-for-plane-nancy-drew-investigates.html

  2. Just stopping in see how the project's coming along!

  3. Failing worth than death must be quite the fail

  4. If only the professional and real world were more focused on "first, do no harm." Your book sounds very intriguing.
    Be well, Misha.

  5. Yeah. If you gonna die at least succeed in kicking ass.

  6. Hi Misha.
    Popped in to say hello and see how you are progressing with your writing. Wow! What strange frightening thoughts are rolling around in your head. Interesting though.
    From one who doesn't want to do any harm, blessings, Geoff.


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