Fifteen-year-old Allie Grant lives crippled by her illness. Though kept in isolation, she’s never alone: A spirit named Song lurks in the silence of her bedroom.
When Song reveals its dark nature on the night of her recital, the show ends in tragedy. Verging on death, Allie’s taken in by an uncle she’s never met.
Julian claims to be a Muse with power over music and answers that’ll heal her. The cure she needs is rare, requiring of him a difficult sacrifice. Allie soon suspects her uncle has a secret that’ll turn her world around.
But with days left to live, she might fade without learning the truth…like the finishing chord of a song.
About the Author:
Mariella Hunt is a writer with a strong love for coffee and guinea pigs. She likes using big words in everyday speech, and keeps journals of quotes from the greats.
Most days you’ll find her on a well-loved armchair, reading–or working on one of her many projects. As she cannot stick to an outline, she rewrites way too much.
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Dissonance is not yet on sale, please keep an eye out on one of the above links (alternately I’m sure I’ll mention when it comes out for you)
There are several things I never expected to happen to me tat have changed recently, I never expected to be someone’s best man (still waiting on them to set a date so that I can get done with it), I never expected to be a preacher (Which I now have been for 6 months or so) and (most importantly for the purpose of this post) I never expected to know an author who was actually published (very soon to change).
A very good friend of mine is about to self-publish her first novel “Dissonance”. It is a wonderful novel set in a world where you could be passing a muse or something Fae without even knowing. It has been an amazing journey for me (let alone the author, Mariella Hunt) watching this novel evolve from the tale I first encountered a few years ago, watching it turn into a full fledged novel. The final draft had me gripped from page one right until the end. I know self-published novels can have some stigma attached, but please lay that aside, this is a novel well worth reading, and one I’d happily read time and again.