Chapter Sneak Peek: MAGISSA by Kassandra Flamouri (Out 10.11.2022)
Updated: Oct 10, 2022
As we rapidly approach the release day for author Kassandra Flamouri's enchanting and gripping novel MAGISSA, for a limited time you can access a portion of the novel for free. Get carried away into this magical tale filled with mystery, and once you have fallen in love, be sure to check out our limited preorder campaign. Get yourself a copy of this gorgeous book, and snag some swag while you are at it!
Immerse yourself in the magical world that author Kassandra Flamouri has woven, blending family narrative, contemporary Greek folklore, and the ever pressing journey of finding oneself. MAGISSA is out on October 11, 2022 and is available for preorder wherever books are sold!
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For as long as she can remember, Chrysa Markou has longed for Pyrga, her native village in the mountains of Greece. But she never thought she would return like this—an orphan, crushed by grief and wracked with guilt over her parents’ deaths. Even surrounded by family, she feels like a xeni—a foreigner. A stranger
All she wants is to belong, but Chrysa instead finds herself beset by vicious gossip, family secrets, and a magical heritage that could derail the future her parents wanted for her. To make matters worse, the one responsible for orphaning Chrysa has returned to unleash a reign of supernatural terror over her new home.
With the help of a handsome but moody Seer and a pair of burly guard dogs, Chrysa scrambles to protect her village from an onslaught of dark creatures commanded by her parents’ murderer. As the noose of the killer's malice draws tighter, Chrysa grapples with festering doubts: Is she the victim, the hero...or the true cause of her people's suffering?
Triumph over evil seems worth any cost, until it threatens to unravel everything Chrysa believed she was fighting for.
Kassandra Flamouri made her storytelling debut at age three with “Squirm the Worm,” which was warmly received by an audience of assorted beetles. After many years spent exploring a variety of interests, she went on to study music composition at the Sunderman Conservatory of Gettysburg College. She currently resides in Pennsylvania, where she juggles writing, editing, teaching, and digital marketing. Kassandra shares her heart and home with a very sweet and loving man, a very sweet and excitable cattle dog, and two goofy cats.
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