Book: Amy's Hero (Tales of the Ragoon) by Stan Morriscategories: Book, Psychology, Aliens, Romance, Anthropophobia, Ragoon, Science Fiction
Stan Morrisabout this book: Amy's Hero is about a young woman who has gradually withdrawn from a social life. Her parents, fearful for her future, turn to the Ragoon for help in an intervention. Amy is whisked off to the Merced Human Rehabilitation Center where she meets some interesting people. In this book, I wanted to show a slightly different side of the Ragoon. This book is aimed the Young Adult set and is close to, although not completely, G rated.
This book took me about nine months to write. The title represents the complexity of Amy's life, and the cover is from a painting by Van Gogh and is used to suggest the bleakness of Amy's existence. The most difficult part of writing this book was to get the changes in Amy correct, and to convey the relationship between Amy and the Ragoon. I hope readers will find Amy's transformation to be believable, and I hope you enjoy this book.
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