Fluorescence: Fire Starter

P. Anastasia
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Mortal Instruments meets The Tomorrow People. Book 1 of the amazon bestselling tetralogy, and a riveting coming-of-age tale, Fluorescence is engaging and unabashed—an urban fantasy unlike any other.

 
It lives in her bloodstream. It’s unpredictable and could flare up anytime, exposing her secret. Alice was a normal teenager until a dying race of aliens chose her and a handful of others to preserve bioluminescent DNA known as Fluorescence. Now she and the others must hide their condition from the rest of the world, while trying to learn the truth behind the living light.

In a unique genre all its own, Fluorescence is a striking blend of audacious young love, fantasy and sci-fi.

Each full-length novel in the series is narrated by a different character, driving the story forward in a new and exciting way. It evolves from a quiet beginning into a gripping saga exploring the real-life limitations encountered while harboring a volatile secret.

Novels in the complete Fluorescence series:Book 1: Fire StarterBook 2: ContagiousBook 3: FalloutBook 4: Lost Souls
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About the author

P. Anastasia’s fresh take on storytelling resonates with darkness, charm, and passion—the embodiment of her unique writing style. With origins tracing back to the late nineties, the creative fire that became Fates Aflame was drawn from P.’s love of role-playing games, mythology, and all things magical. Since then, her world-building skills have flourished and she’s finally ready to welcome you into the vast and strange new land that homes this breath-taking tale. Drawn to the craft in childhood, she began attempting to produce her first book at age 11. While working toward her college degree, she wrote news and editorial columns for two campus newspapers. After graduating with a degree in Communications and spending a year studying abroad in Kofu, Japan, she followed her heart to her publishing aspirations. On the side, she enjoys serving as a professional voice talent for radio, television, and audio books.
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Publisher
P. Anastasia
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Published on
Jan 6, 2015
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Pages
262
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ISBN
9780986256714
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Language
English
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Genres
Fiction / Science Fiction / Alien Contact
Juvenile Fiction / Love & Romance
Juvenile Fiction / Science Fiction
Juvenile Fiction / Social Themes / New Experience
Young Adult Fiction / Coming of Age
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