Book 1 of the Somnambulist Saga
By AC Montgomery
(Intrasomnium Publishing, Hardcover, 9780982922354, 544pp.)
Publication Date: September 2011
Other Editions of This Title: Paperback
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The Rafters: Book 1 of the Somnambulist Saga visits an arcane world, where at crucial intervals, Callings of varying power and purpose, are brought into being to reside among the somns, who are the usual inhabitants. Despite their significance, every Calling must rely on a Messenger, an exclusively selected guardian who is the only person with the knowledge to bring him or her to the discovery of their true identity. Rhyus Delmar is a young Calling who, due to memory loss, finds himself running ever further from his Messenger, in a vain attempt to discover his true identity. Every chapter brings with it new revelations, and often new questions. The thrilling story and its elaborate personalities and scenery will captivate the imagination of any fantasy lover, leaving them with new characters to love and loath, waiting and wondering where the remainder of the series will carry them.
Allison Montgomery, founder and former manager of Black Mask Studios, LLC, is now president of IntraSomnium Publishing, LLC, in Omaha, Nebraska. The Rafters: Book 1 of the Somnambulist Saga, whose new world is a never-before-seen experience for fantasy lovers, is her first title. IntraSomnium Publishing may be a young company, but through its president's endless drive, it will continue to expand with limitless possibilities. The writer's eloquence, along with her humor and understanding of human emotions, will attract readers to her books' characters, drawing them in, waiting on the edge of their seats for the remainder of the series. She received an Associate of Occupational Studies degree in graphic design, illustration, and computer graphics in May of 2009 from the Creative Center College of Graphic Design in Omaha, Nebraska. She has also studied business at the University of Nebraska at Omaha.
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