City Book 1
A Nicky Hjort
battles means Ink honors, prestige, and life itself. â€¦Yet nobody
understands what losing truly means.
another planet two hundred years in the future, twenty-one-year-old
Isla Jane struggles helplessly to figure out who she is and what her
world really means. Marked with a forbidden tattoo of the rising sun,
she is a natural champion of humanity and a gifted warrior in Heatsâ€“
lavish battles fought in the conjoined minds of the participants for
the morbid amusement of the masses.
Islaâ€™s desire to fade into the background, she emerges as an
obvious leader of her people when the senseless assassination of a
youth forces her to face the truth. Her volatile world, disguised by
its elaborate battles and constant mayhem, is a prison without bars
and a coffin, the lid already half-closed, that they must
when she vows to find a way to bring her people back home, Isla will
have to deconstruct consciousness and the very nature of the space
time continuum to unravel good from evil, truth from lies, and
survival from true love.
to the Cityâ€“where it takes lives to save livesâ€¦
Nicky Hjort is originally from Arlington, Texas- the second of five
siblings, all of whom have strong creative talents. She currently
lives in coastal central California where she practices medicine as
an Ob/GYN. In between being a lovingly devoted mother and delivering
babies, she writes stories that cross multiple genre lines- from Sci
Fi to high fantasy, but all of her stories have thriller and strong
romantic components. And for her clever reader, all of her
manuscripts are subtly connected to each other, with their purpose to
explore all facets of Love and Light. She likes to say that her
stories write themselves, and in the process, often write her, or at
least the next version of her hoping to emerge. A lover of all the
arts, A. Nicky Hjort hopes her stories might inspire you to find your
inner creative genius.
for her heroes- they are as varied and eclectic as her choice of
narrative genres, but when pushed to list her favorite influences,
she would say James Patterson, Barbara Kingsolver, Patricia Cornwell,
Dean Koonntz, Gene Roddenberry, Shel Silverstein, Suzanne Collins,
and Walt Disney.
thanks you for your attention to her work.
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