NAILS JANE: a novel by Trista DiGiuseppi

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FEATURED: Nails Jane

Publisher’s Synopsis:

“Ati is a soldier with a distaste for authority. But she’s willing to follow orders if it means she can spend a few days on Earth. As each mission ends, the search for her lost husband begins. But her search reveals more about her past than she ever anticipated. Cast into exile, she finds herself stranded on a strange and savage planet. But the war against Humanity reaches far beyond Earth. As Ati struggles to survive in the strange, celestial wilderness, she discovers even the Guardians of our universe are in danger. The process of living and dying has been interrupted, as a monstrous weapon threatens to devour all existence. Ati learns she must return from exile with a warning for every sentient creature: Be mindful of extinction. Trista DiGiuseppi’s Nails Jane is a fantastic tale told from multiple perspectives, interspersed with thematic interludes and original artwork.”

Nails Jane is a full length novel by Trista DiGiuseppi. The novel is a post-apocalyptic story mixing science fiction, fantasy adventure, and some horror. Themes found in the book include death and rebirth, transcendentalism, rebellion, and origin mythos. Publication date is November 24th.

Trista began writing Nails Jane in the fall of 2004. Inspired by life events, political and religious views, and her overall love for creative fantasy, she developed a world unlike any other through this unconventional first person narrative. The book includes side stories and personally crafted parables. Each flow beautifully into one another, forming an epic, full length story that will compel readers to look at the world from a different angle.

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