Liminal Lights: Book One of the Liminal Series by Jennifer BogartLiminal Lights: Book One of the Liminal Series by Jennifer Bogart

Liminal Lights: Book One of the Liminal Series

byJennifer Bogart

Paperback | April 23, 2016

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Faerie magic is real?

Nadia discovers an ancient truth hidden by Liminals, coveted by Shadow-monsters, and protected by humans.

Somewhere, between faerie legends and story books, lies the truth to magic. It grows in children, matures, and is eventually captured by Liminal beings. These small, faerie-like creatures harvest and manipulate it, crafting it into the talents and skills inherent in humans. The rest, they keep for themselves in an effort to sustain their own life forces.

The human race is evolving, forcing Bean, Pritt, and Tissa to find new ways of harvesting human magic to save their own kind. Nadia’s power, found in her talent as an artist, is the last hope for these Liminal beings who find themselves caught between light and shadow. Liminals aren’t the only ones after her magic, so are the creatures who lurk under the bed, hide in the darkness, and go bump in the night.

Liminal Lights is the first book of a trilogy.

Reader, writer, editor, explorer, dreamer... Jennifer Bogart is having a love affair with words. Author of three women's fiction novels (Newvember, Reflections, and Money, Masks & Madness), two romantic short stories (Under the Stars and Seven Seconds), one serialized novel (Sunny with a Twist of Olive), and one YA fantasy trilogy (The...
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Title:Liminal Lights: Book One of the Liminal SeriesFormat:PaperbackDimensions:196 pages, 8 × 5 × 0.42 inPublished:April 23, 2016Publisher:Morning Rain PublishingLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:192813307X

ISBN - 13:9781928133070

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Rated 4 out of 5 by from Liminal Lights J.M.Bogart has found her magic in this novel! Written with a better than average range of vocabulary ( for this genre) it at times is almost lyrical. A carefully crafted storyline with plenty more to be explored, this story leaves you wanting more. A delightful twist on our perception of faeries and things that go bump in the night; the story is told in the voice of Bean, a Liminal designated to protect her human charge and harvest her magic for the benefit of her own race. We could call this a coming of age book, but it is the Liminal who is facing life choices and decisions that will have far reaching effects.
Date published: 2014-06-14