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2011 New Fantasy Release Continuation of Story of Powerful Wizards Affecting History
Jamie Wilson is an extraordinarily powerful warlock as well as a charismatic and charming young man; the spiritual son of Simon Magus and Helen of Troy, Jamie is destined for greatness, and he has surrounded himself with a number of very able witches and warlocks who are eager to assist him in his designated quests. As a Tier-1 Warlock, Jamie is capable of many amazing feats, such as time travel, healing, and alteration of his appearance. As needed, Jamie can appear to be a five year old child, or an elderly man, but his most frequent incarnation is that of a sixteen-year-old young man.
In that guise, he meets Lizzy Turner, a beautiful girl living in 18th century Massachusetts. After Jamie shows her his considerable abilities, she kisses him, causing the boy to become instantly smitten. However, she soon finds competition in the form of Marie DeMolay, another young beauty from the 18th century. Jamie brings Marie and her father, Jacques, back from Heaven after they are brutally killed by two demons in the form of Indian women, and Marie decides that she will stay in the 20th century and win Jamie for herself. In the midst of all this romance, Jamie and his fellow warlocks and witches are locked in combat against the forces of evil, attempting to change the course of history for the better.
The Santa Louise Kid--Warcry is the second novel in the Santa
Louise Kid trilogy, following the actions of Jamie and his friends as they
fight on the side of good. Author T. Robert Yani, a longtime reader, decided
to start writing his own books at the age of 60. Hes currently a project
manager in Central Florida, where he lives with his wife. Yani loves baseball,
history, and travel, and has a large collection of shot glasses hes
gathered during his travels. Yani is currently at work on the final book
in the Santa Louise Kid trilogy.
The Santa Louise Kid--Warcry
T. Robert Yani
Dog Ear Publishing
ISBN: 978-145750-293-4 252 pages US
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