Vic continues to search for Nu, the son of Nu, her eternal love from 100,000 years ago. Go along with Vic on her newest adventure. Brother Barney has gone off to Europe so Vic takes her friend from high school, Lin Li, on this trip. The plan is to spend time in the middle of nowhere and do some hunting and take some photos.
Not quite. Death in a myriad of forms begins to dog them before they get out of the states. They can’t help but be thinking whether they will both get back alive. And of course Nat-
Excerpt from Mongol
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Since man has been man, those called wise in every generation and culture have declared that true love never dies. There must be a reason they keep saying this.
A merciless, agonizing memory can sometimes break a person and render them incapable of facing even the commonplace without being unnerved. Then sometimes it will forge a person into something more, someone with near super human ability to take action in even the most savage of circumstances.
Victoria Custer remembered how she and the one to whom she vowed her eternal love were buried by mountains and swallowed by the sea. Now as Vic Challenger that painful, frightening memory from a thousand generations past has forged her into something more than she was and has emboldened her with unrelenting purpose. She will challenge even the grimmest peril and will venture into situations so horrible they make the bravest of men cower and weep for their mother. Vic has embarked against all odds on an epic quest that may last a lifetime and on any day could bring violent death. She has learned from her mysterious avatar Nat-
Nothing short of death will stop Vic. And even death itself seems to have failed at least once.
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