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Book Cover & Blurb: Soulstream The Mancer Epic

ivery 05 08 13
Ghostwriter Of Graphic Novels Release His Own New Science Fiction Novel, Soulstream
Author and comic book character developer, Geo Ivery is pleased to announce the release of his science fiction novel, Soulstream: The Mancer Epic.
HOUSTON - Author and comic book character developer, Geo Ivery is pleased to announce the release of his science fiction novel, Soulstream: The Mancer Epic. This is the first of a nine-book epic series, entitled Soulstream.
A group of seemingly ordinary teenagers find out that they were once worshiped and revered as gods in an earlier lifetime. Called Mancers, the teenagers embark on a race against time to save others like them from being hunted and killed by Ozone, a secret society that wants them only to exist in mythology.
Wielding strange powers from the Soulstream, the Mancers find themselves enmeshed in an extraordinary war- the outcome of which will determine the fate of the world.
Bold, riveting and replete with stunning action, Soulstream: The Mancer Epic is a tour de force that opens the door to epic adventures and magnificent worlds possible only in the most exquisite fiction.
About the book:
Soulstream: The Mancer Epic by Geo Ivery
ISBN: 978-1479734924
Publisher: Xlibris
Date of publish: Nov 2012
Pages: 320
S.R.P.: $19.99
About the author:
Geo Ivery was born in Benton Harbor, Michigan, in 1978. He is a professional graphic artist, comic book character developer, and computer game designer with a B.A. degree in Computer Animation. Raised all over the world in a military family, he has been influenced by many cultures and places, which has added a fantastical twist to his stories. He sees everyone as a comic book character and loves to find both the gifts and the flaws that make people unique, so that the world can see Magick through his vision.
With thousands of original characters in his head, he has created worlds parallel to our own, but so much brighter and more vivid. Geo has worked with private editors nationwide, has ghostwritten graphic novels, and has developed back stories of characters for multimillion-dollar companies. His work has been compared to Percy Jackson and the Lightning Thief, Harry Potter, X-Men, The Matrix, and The Da Vinci Code.

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