The Poet Heroic: The Kota Series Companion Story

· Sunshine Somerville
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About this ebook

Your family lies.
Your enemies tell the truth.
Do you remain loyal or rebel?

In a dystopian future, the Dominion tyranny rules over an oppressed civilization.  But it also protects them from the dehumanizing DRK virus…or so they claim.

Vale Olander, a telepathic Dominion heir, knows he isn’t his father’s favorite son.  Living in the shadow of his charismatic twin brother, Vale must find a place in his father’s empire.

But when Vale encounters a team of rebels, he must make a choice:
Will he remain loyal and serve his brother, or will he fight for those his family has oppressed?

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A Google user
The Poet Heroic is a tale of two brothers (Vale and Cruelthor) who are destined to lead the world, known as the Dominion, but fall to very different outcomes because of their beliefs. Both brothers ...
A Google user
The Poet Heroic is a tale of two brothers (Vale and Cruelthor) who are destined to lead the world, known as the Dominion, but fall to very different outcomes because of their beliefs. Both brothers ...

About the author

Sunshine Somerville lives in Kalamazoo, Michigan. She has a degree in English Literature and self-published her first book in 2004. The Kota Series began when she was nine, basing the story on childhood fantasies derived from watching too much X-Men and Star Wars and reading too much Chronicles of Narnia and A Wrinkle in Time.

A Fairly Fairy Tale is Sunshine’s first Children’s Fantasy book.  She got the idea from her family’s crest, which portrays a dragon shooting flames from both ends, and from a little girl whose second favorite word is farts.

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