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Rebecca Getzinger

Reader, writer, and artist. Loves to read fantasy, adventure, sci-fi, unique tales, and manga. Artwork can be found at: rebecca-getzinger.squarespace.com
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It seems off to a promising start by combining the idea of of fighting and using music to fight.
The land shapes where the Warsingers make music. Profound masters of war, wielding mysterious weapons of power. Within their crucible of battle the turning of an age comes to a young world. An age tolling with an ominous bell’s insidious fury.
For those who have read The Catcher in the Rye, you might find this interesting as the story seems to fit in that very rare category of having an entertaining first person narrative whose voice feels realistic and humorous.
Confined to a barbed-wire mental health facility for teens, Hunter must find a way out of the hellhole everyone says he deserves to be in.
So far there is only a part of a chapter, but its off to a promising start.
A boy finds a magical bike behind an abandoned church which takes him anywhere, (and any world) but school.
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