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Terra Domina By Max Davine Terra Domina A ten year old boy is missing His twin sister encounters a strange old man in the woods near her house He seems infatuated with her and displays unusual control over the world around him over t

  • Title: Terra Domina
  • Author: Max Davine
  • ISBN: 9781481093132
  • Page: 168
  • Format: Paperback
  • Terra Domina By Max Davine 1885 A ten year old boy is missing His twin sister encounters a strange old man in the woods near her house He seems infatuated with her, and displays unusual control over the world around him, over the events to follow in her life She is Michelle Augustine, and from this day to her adulthood, the turn of the century, to Australian Federation, from poverty to comfort,1885 A ten year old boy is missing His twin sister encounters a strange old man in the woods near her house He seems infatuated with her, and displays unusual control over the world around him, over the events to follow in her life She is Michelle Augustine, and from this day to her adulthood, the turn of the century, to Australian Federation, from poverty to comfort, love to loneliness, violence to peace and all the passion, joy, death and destruction her life will influence he and his sinister connection to her will never be far behind.
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    1. Lee Mavin on said:

      Book Review of Terra Domina by Lee J Mavin Terra Domina An Action packed book with mass appeal Blurb of Terra Domina 1885 A ten year old boy is missing His twin sister encounters a strange old man in the woods near her house He seems infatuated with her, and displays unusual control over the world around him, over the events to follow in her life She is Michelle Augustine, and from this day to her adulthood, the turn of the century, to Australian Federation, from poverty to comfort, love to lone [...]

    2. InD'tale Magazine on said:

      2.5 5.0Readers expecting a romance will be shocked by the brutal imagery of Davine s beautiful but dark prose Vivid and unflinching, the reader is spared nothing.Read full review in the 2013 May issue of InD tale Magazine.

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