Creatus Animus

Creatus

Book 4
Carmen DeSousa Books
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If we allow enmity in our hearts, war is inevitable…

For four thousand years, creatus have concealed themselves from the humans who hunted them almost to extinction. Now, one rogue faction plans to retaliate by ridding the world of humankind.

Only one division of creatus, with the strength and numbers to fight the sinister sect, stands between humanity and a new world order.

What they discover, however, might prove the truth about the creatus myths, and why humans started hunting them so many thousands of years ago.

Maybe humans were right…


The Creatus series is not your normal paranormal story...it's a realistic romantic mystery based on the myths you've heard your entire life. Prepare to believe...

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Carmen DeSousa Books
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Published on
Sep 22, 2016
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Pages
207
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ISBN
9781945143915
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Language
English
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Genres
Fiction / Fairy Tales, Folk Tales, Legends & Mythology
Fiction / Fantasy / Urban
Fiction / Magical Realism
Fiction / Romance / Fantasy
Fiction / Romance / Paranormal / Vampires
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