Shadowed Ground (The Chronicles of Nowhere)
Shadowed Ground (The Chronicles of Nowhere Book 2)
Shadowed Ground (The Chronicles of Nowhere)
“The Chronicles of Nowhere is written in the style of a fan dance. Teasing, but never quite revealing everything, you’re always left craving more. Like some kind of addict, I’m now awaiting the next instalment with baited breath. Ms. Vicki Keire is, quite simply, brilliant. The world that she has built, and the characters she has populated it with, are so rich.” – Ginny Lurcock, Pure TextualityOverview:Shadowed Ground continues the Chronicles of Nowhere novella series, picking up from the cliff-hanger ending of its predecessor, Worlds Burn Through. As she wakes from a poisoned sleep with silver scars across her neck and back, her aunt’s diary may provide the only clues about the creatures of fire that hunt her. Through it, she learns of her own awakening powers, as well as more about Annwyn, the world of her childhood, now burned to ash.As the world around them becomes increasingly hostile, Chloe and Eliot turn more and more towards each other. As the bonds of trust grow, they must be careful not to tread upon time-honored boundaries: those forbidding Guardians to act on feelings for their Wards. To do so would break the bond, and would leave Chloe unprotected as the pair makes their way to Gray’s Landing, and safety. “The characters are fleshed out, real, the dialog spare but right on, the scene-setting effortless. The story telling is so good you forget there’s an author. I’ve read Urban Fantasy by well-known writers who could take a lesson from Vicki Keire. “ – Julia Rachel, Goodreads Reviewer about Worlds Burn Through Paranormal action and romance fans alike will love Shadowed Ground, and should also check out:** The first installment of The Chronicles of Nowhere series, Worlds Burn Through.** For the first Vicki’s bestselling Angel’s Edge paranormal romance series, search for Gifts of the Blood.** For fans of more romantically-inclined urban fantasy, check out Daughter of Glass by Vicki Keire.** And for more excellent paranormal fiction from Curiosity Quills press, this time with a Prattchet-esque twist of the gloriously absurd, search for Nina Post’s Last Condo Board of the Apocalypse.

Book Details


  • Paranormal
  • Series

Age Level: 

  • 12 and up
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