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Ava Tanner finds herself in a world without satellite technology in a time of GPS, Smart phones, and Tablets. When she discovers that a corporation headed by vampires with sinister motives is to blame, her world is turned upside-down. After a narrow escape, she learns a mystical secret about herself that could aide her in her fight against the vampires. Unfortunately, the vampires see her either as an asset or a target.
When the world is on the brink of complete social and technological destruction, one must ask themselves: Would I give up my blood for the modern ideal way of life, or will I risk my life and wage war with the overlords of chaos?
Set in Hawaii, this short novel, Obsidian, by Kayla Curry deals with a vampire takeover of the island, when they organize to bring down technology and push Hawaii into chaos!
Ava Tanner, the MC in Obsidian, thinks she finds love, but is fortunate enough to learn her mistake, before she becomes too deeply involved.
The elements in this story are pleasantly surprising, and although somewhat farfetched add to the storyline. Kayla has put together a reasonable vampire story. Although, my thoughts would be that the book needs a little more editing, to make it a better read, I would not hold it against Kayla's capabilities, with this being her first book.
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