Withering Summer: Season 1

Educreation Publishing
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"They are neither humans nor Gods or Demi-Gods but are Hegthones...."Succumbed in dark, "that" life is stuck there deep inside and breathes only fear and hope of seeing at-least a little ray of hope. With little sunshine of hope seeping into eyes, "it" decides to raise up with smile and savour happiness because "it" knows "that life" has no freedom but it can at-least be happy in the forever-trap. What happens when that ray of hope forgets its purpose of replacing the dark with its shine and aura and tries becoming one  among the darkest of the darkest?Adelaide, who is trapped in a dark prison of life locked with heavy locks of deepest-darkest-secrets sealed with her stubbornness and never-healing pain is being blessed with Ethan and Edith, who were sent with purposes known only to them. What happens when one among them forgets their purpose which may cost either their lives or the life of their Human-world mother....?Withering Summer (Season 1) is a mix of fantasy and fiction with a roller-coaster of emotions with raging revenge in heart, waiting to consume few in that fire.... Read to know!
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Jonica E is an undergrad law student and is currently doing her second year in Tamilnadu National Law University, Trichy. Her debut novel is "The Uncut Broken Wings". She found the writing passion within her at a very early age and wrote her first poem "The Maize" and has put up in her home. Recently she has started acting in small duration videos and out of which "Unna enga ponalum vida maten di" got viral and was featured on a leading Tamil channel and was featured on newspapers (The Hindu, The Indian Express, The Times of India). Since she is interested in exploring the writing style within her, she owns a quote page where she posts all her daily thoughts in form of quotes (quotes by Jonica). Besides, she has her very own YouTube channel (Jonica Antomella). She is interested in modeling too. Her achievements include winning second prize in an essay competition conducted by TANGEDCO Ltd, her short film was screened at Ability Fest, and her poem on "Favorite Teacher" was published in The Indian Express. Her quotes were featured on major pages and were praised in a major radio station and then she was interviewed personally. 

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Educreation Publishing
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