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The Wrath of Monsters drops in one week!

The Allison Lee Chronicles by Dan Rice book covers

That's right! The Wrath of Monsters comes out in one week on June 2019, 2024. This penultimate entry in Allison's saga can be read as a standalone or as the third entry in this award-winning series.

Dragons Walk Among Us

The series starts with my award-winning debut, Dragons Walk Among Us, published only three short years ago. Finally, after years of writing, re-writing, and querying, I became a published author. The frosting on the cake was the tale received some fantastic reviews and a couple of awards.

Author shout top pick for dragons walk among us

Here is the blurb:

Shutterbug Allison Lee is trying to survive high school while suffering the popular girl's abuse. Her life is often abysmal, but at least her green hair is savage. Her talent for photography is recognized by the school paper and the judges of a photo contest. While visiting her friend Joe, a homeless vet, Allison's life irrevocably changes after an attack leaves her blind. All her dreams as a photojournalist are dashed as she realizes she'll never see again. Despair sets in until she is offered an experimental procedure to restore her vision. But there are side effects, or are they hallucinations? She now sees dragons accompanying some of the people she meets. Can she trust her eyes, or has the procedure affected her more than she can see?

Intrigued? You can purchase the book on Amazon and other retailers.

The Blood of Faeries

What does every fantasy author want? A series with their name plastered on the cover of each book. When The Blood of Faeries was unleashed into the literary wilderness, I felt I had reached another authorial summit. I was a series author! Even better, the novel received some stellar reviews and won several awards. I had a track record of success.

Award for the blood of faeries

Here is the blurb:

Allison Lee wilts under the bright light of celebrity after being exposed as a shape-shifting monster. She'd rather be behind the camera than in front of it. Being under the tooth and claw of her monstrous mother is even less enjoyable. All she desires is for everything to go back to the way things were before she discovered her true nature. But, after she accidentally kills a mysterious man sent to kidnap her, she realizes piecing her old life back together is one gnarly jigsaw puzzle.

When Allison's sometimes boyfriend Haji goes missing, Allison and her squad suspect his unhealthy interest in magic led to his disappearance. Their quest to find Haji brings them face-to-face with beings thought long ago extinct whose agenda remains an enigma.

Captivated? You can purchase the book on Amazon and other retailers.

The Wrath of Monsters

I am ecstatic to report The Wrath of Monsters is receiving some of the best reviews yet. You can read an excerpt here. Pre-orders are up on Amazon.

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