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Dear readers and friends,

CATHARSIS IS FREE FOR A LIMITED TIME! Read on!

I am very excited to announce a simultaneous launch of my new series, Earth Keepers Chronicles, and of my new book CATHARSIS, Legend of the Lemurians!

 

CATHARSIS is Book 1 of the Earth Keepers Chronicles. This series of YA visionary/dystopian fantasy shorts 
has been created as companion for the upcoming

THE EARTH SHIFTER Trilogy 

 Catharsis category: YA, dystopian, fantasy/sci-fi, visionary/metaphysical 

Total word count: 15.5k words. Page count: 31 pages with bonus

Bonus: First 2 chapters from the upcoming YA fantasy, THE EARTH SHIFTER!

Download CATHARSIS ebook!

Amazon US (incl. India) only $.99!

Amazon UK   DE  ES  FR  IT 

Smaswords FREE!

CATHARSIS ebook will also be available very soon @:

 B&N Nook, Kobo, Sony & Apple

(I will post the links here & @ LadaRay.com as they become available)

Or it can be purchased in PDF format directly from 

Lada Ray Book Store

Check it out!

Read synopsis:

CATHARSIS

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Earth Keepers Chronicles: Book 1

Before recorded history, before Humanity, since times immemorial, the Earth Keepers have been watching over our planet. Marked at birth and endowed with supreme powers, the nine chosen ones are the Earth’s record keepers and moderators, and when the time comes, ultimate decision makers. This is the first of their chronicles.

Legend of the Lemurians

The population of the red planet Catharsis, on the outskirts of the Andromeda Galaxy, is exceedingly beautiful. Women wear exquisite gowns and gorgeous hairdos, men look stately and dignified, and children are adorable angels. Even the old people are beautiful: nice grannies knitting scarves or baking delicious cakes and cheerful grandpas taking morning strolls to discuss the latest news at a nearby café.

But Catharsians harbor a terrible secret, which they are ashamed to admit even to themselves. The thing is, they have to share the planet with another race, which they call the Uglies, although the Uglies themselves prefer to be called Lemurians. Alas, no one on Catharsis cares what the Uglies prefer. Being ugly is considered a contagious disease, and because of that the Uglies are herded into a special reservation, called Camp Ugly, where they live out their drudgery behind an electric fence.

Yet the Uglies don’t seem to fret as they work in the fields, raise children and sing their beautiful songs about Mother of All, the Goddess Mu. And so, both races co-exist without much interaction—one in their large and beautiful homes, the other in their tiny huts behind the electric fence, until the ultimate disaster strikes.

Morf is a seventeen-year-old Ugly who finds himself in the middle of it all. He is thrust fatefully into the leadership position when no one else can fill its shoes.

Will the catastrophe bring to light everyone’s true beauty and true ugliness? Will planet Catharsis survive? What destiny lies in store for the Uglies?

We are about to find out…

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Read more about CATHARSIS, including excerpt, here!

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