Lynnie has become something the world has never seen,
something she fears, something wild and as natural as death itself.
Her becoming was only the beginning of the story.
This…this is where the action begins.
Losing love before it begins can turn the soul sour. With a beast tumbling around in there with it my soul had a fight on its hands.
A fight against souring.
A fight to be saved. My fight to survive. My fight for an existence on this earth.
I received a free ecopy of this book for an honest review.
Existence is the second in the Lynnie Russell Trilogy and really should be read after Becoming, #1.
Lynnie is trying to deal with being the Ozarks Howler and what it means. She learns a few things from her Nana and a little more from Puck but there’s still a lot to learn.
Even though Existence is a novella it still made me cry a couple times. R.M. Gilmore does a good job and making the reader feel for Lynnie and all that she’s going through. I look forward to reading the third book in the trilogy. I can’t wait to see how it ends!
A new twist on an old classic.
Havana, Arkansas isn’t exactly the picture of mystics and magic, but Lynnie Russell learns quickly you can’t judge a book by it’s cover.
She discovers myths and legends are alive and well in her tiny little town and she is at the center of it.