The Soul Destroyer: The Soul Summoner, #7

Elicia Hyder
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Warren, Nathan, Sloan and the rest of the Soul Summoner crew are back in book 7 of the Soul Summoner series.

Warren Parish is literally about to go to hell and back to protect his daughter, but first he must save her from an even closer danger—Heaven.

The Council of angels has decreed Iliana must be brought to Eden to be made a seraph—an angel frozen as a child. And though it means Warren can finally be with her, she will never grow up. She will never access her power. And she will never have the life he sacrificed everything to give her.

Time is running out. He has until her first birthday to bring her to Eden. If not, the guardians will be sent for her, and he will be stripped of his birthright as the Archangel and lose his daughter forever.

THE SOUL SUMMONER SERIES ORDER:



Book 1 – The Soul Summoner 

Book 2 – The Siren

Book 3 – The Angel of Death

Book 4 – The Taken

Book 5 - The Sacrifice

Book 6 - The Regular Guy
Book 7 - The Soul Destroyer

THE SOUL SUMMONER COMPANION STORIES:
The Detective: A Nathan McNamara Story
The Mercenary: A Warren Parish Story

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About the author

In the dawning age of scrunchies and ‘Hammer Pants,’ a small-town musician with big-city talent found out she was expecting her third child a staggering eleven years after her last one. From that moment on, Susie Waldrop referred to her daughter Elicia as a ‘blessing’ which is loosely translated as an accident, albeit a pleasant one.

In true youngest-sibling fashion, Elicia lived up to the birth order standard by being fun-loving, outgoing, self-centered, and rebellious throughout her formative years. She excelled academically–a feat her sister attributes to her being the only child who was breastfed–but abandoned her studies to live in a tent in the national forest with her dogs: a Rottweiler named Bodhisattva and a Pit Bull named Sativa. The ensuing months were very hazy.

In the late 90’s, during a stint in rehab, Elicia was approached by a prophet who said, “Someday you will write a book.”

She was right.

Now a firm believer in the prophetic word, Elicia Hyder is a full-time writer and freelance editor living in central Florida with her husband and five children. Eventually she did make it to college, and she studied literature and creative writing at the American Military University.

Her debut novel, The Bed She Made, is very loosely based on the stranger-than-fiction events of her life. It is available on all major online book retailers.

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Publisher
Elicia Hyder
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Published on
May 31, 2019
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Pages
421
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ISBN
9781945775185
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Language
English
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Genres
Fiction / Fantasy / Contemporary
Fiction / Fantasy / Paranormal
Fiction / Fantasy / Urban
Fiction / Romance / Fantasy
Fiction / Romance / Paranormal / General
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