Rory was not my first choice when I decided to write about a character from Devin O’Branagan’s Glory, but this 12-year-old witch is too enchanting to ignore. She reminds me of someone I know…
Rory is a seer in a world were those in power believe that inventing a lethal virus, and exposing humanity to it, is a benevolent idea. This poor kid sees death and gore before it happens, and she has to live with the memories. Can you imagine? I think it is better if you don’t. I felt sorry for Rory at first, then I read how she handled herself and how she pulled her weight around her coven, and I was proud of the little witch. She is not the main character of this story, but Devin has a way to make every one of her characters shine through their own light.
|"[T]he seer of Starlight Coven. She is twelve years old, and because of her extraordinary psychic abilities, has never been allowed to be a child. Mature beyond her years, her wisdom often exceeds that of all those around her. As she likes to make "condescendingly clear," she's totally great at what she does!|
The final key to the successful completion of Glory's quest lies in the brilliance of Rory's talent..."
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Blurb: Seventeen year old Glory Templeton’s blood holds the cure for a deadly pandemic-plague and she embarks on a quest to save humanity. When evil forces conspire to stop her, three supernatural beings are assigned to be her guardians. Forbidden love, ancient secret societies, mysterious astronomical monuments, vampires, witches, angels and demons all contribute to the high adventure that tests the character of this remarkable young woman. The legend of Glory begins! ‘Twilight meets The DaVinci Code...’