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A review of Larry Ivkovich's Warriors of the Light

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27 May 2016 17:55 #1 by Seregil of Rhiminee

Larry Ivkovich's Warriors of the Light was published by IFWG Publishing in May 2016.

Information about Larry Ivkovich:

Larry Ivkovich is a former IT professional with a BFA degree in fine art from West Virginia University. He is the author of several science fiction, fantasy and horror short stories and novellas, published online and in various print publications and anthologies including M-Brane SF, Afterburn SF, Penumbra, Twisted Cat Tales, Abaculus III, Raw Terror, Triangulations, Shelter of Daylight and SQ Magazine. He has also been a finalist in the L. Ron Hubbard's Writers of the Future contest and was the 2010 recipient of the CZP/Rannu Fund Award for fiction. His debut urban fantasy novel, The Sixth Precept, is available from IFWG Publishing, Amazon.com and Barnesandnoble.com. His fantasy novel, Blood of the Daxas, was published in 2014 by Assent Publishing. He is a member the writing/critique group, the Pittsburgh Worldrights, and lives in Coraopolis, PA with his wife Martha and cats Trixie and Milo.

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Information about Warriors of the Light:

After returning from her time-traveling adventures in 16th Century Japan, Kim Yoshima finds adjusting to her old life isn't as easy as she thought it would be. Neither is it for her friends, Shioko Yoshima, Jackson Yamaguchi, and Wayne Brewster.

All suffer trauma of varying degrees, struggling to adapt and reconcile the past and present, and what role they now have in the world.

But, all is not well in the multiverse either. Not every mythological creature torn out of time-and-place by the Spirit Winds was sent back to its own realm. Some still exist in our world and hunger to go home.

To do so, they need Kim Yoshima's esper powers and will strive to harness them any way they can, even if it means Kim's death.

And if that isn't enough, an old enemy of Kim's makes a startling return.

A REVIEW OF LARRY IVKOVICH'S WARRIORS OF THE LIGHT

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