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Light Dawning by Ty Arthur - Guest Blogger Book Review

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Once known as the City on the Hill and revered far and wide for its independence and boundless opportunity, Cestia has become home only to the damned. Surviving under the brutal occupation of a southern empire for three long years, the oppressed populace has lost hope of liberation, turning instead towards an increasingly desperate rebellion willing to commit any atrocity for a chance at freedom.

As total war approaches, four lost souls trapped behind Cestia's walls are on a collision course with fate, destined to either save the city or see it utterly destroyed while calling on forces beyond mankind's comprehension. For good or ill, the light of a new day is about to dawn.

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Jennifer's Review
This is my review of Light Dawning. 
It’s a good book about a young man who possesses a dark soul(a parasite) that’s determined to cause horrible things to happen when it’s unleashed. The Dark Knights come into a city called Cestia and kill everyone in the town on a murderous rampage while looking for the weapon that the young man named Myrr has living inside him. While trying to escape from them, he meets a small group of people also hiding from the Knights. Myrr meets another girl who also possesses something similar to what Myrr has. What they are, you will have to read on to find out. 
Does Myrr live? Does he die? What happens to the town of Cestia? What happens to the Knights? This is a good book to read if you have demons of your own that you are battling. The author shares why he wrote this book, and it’s sad. I give this book 4 stars.

Author Bio 
Ty Arthur gets to meld his passions with his work while freelancing for the likes of and GameSkinny. His debut sci-fi / horror novella “Empty” was released in early 2016, with many more dark tales still to come. Arthur writes to exorcise his demons and resides in the cold, dark north with his amazing wife Megan and infant son Gannicus Picard.

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