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I really feel sad. Today I finished reading a book olivia grein(warrior of light) and I'm really crying all the day coz of the end, I didn't find in internet anything about this book if there is a continuation of this book or will be? Maybe who also had read this maybe u know? Coz really my heart is broken. Amazing book, the best one i have ever read. I do not understand why i cant find anything about... i would like ask there (author) about if there is (will) second book, coz im really crying :( Have you some book like this one? I'll be so happy if you tell me abt any book by this genre..... :cry: :blush: :adore:



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Your post is awkwardly worded, so I would like to know, is Olivia Green the author? And is the title "Warrior of Light"? I found a series "Warriors of Light" on Fantastic Fiction, but by a different author. Let me know.


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It is quite interesting that you found BookTalk, made an account and created this thread, but could not find the Olivia Grein amazon author page.

Your writing style is very similar to that of the book in question. Coincidence? ;-)


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Hi Olivia. ;-)



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Im not, sorry I'm from Australia. There is author page but there is no way to write letter to ask,understand? I meant that I was upset after reading this book and I want to know if there is a second book? I wished you tell me any book(another) of the same genre.



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Sorry, I'm olivia? It sounds like a compliment, but whaaat?! :-D :-D



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OK, Anne. We will take your word for it. We just want authors to always be honest and tell us when they are here to promote their books. We welcome authors here on BookTalk.org.

I haven't read that book and don't currently have any similar books to suggest but if I do think of one I'll let you know. Maybe someone else here will be more helpful.



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Thank you Chris, I've seen the topic for authors and if I were an author I would use it but Im not, but I wish one day to be :-D I think with my english it's impossible :roll: :yes:



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The Warrior of Light was released a few weeks ago and the author says there will be a second book in the future.

In the meantime you could try:

Carmilla - Joseph Thomas Sheridan Le Fanu

Dracula - Bram Stoker

I am Legend - Richard Matheson

Salem's Lot - Stephen King


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