Ellamarie Anderson seemed to have an ordinary life until her first day of high school. She was thrown into a life she never dreamed would be her own due to a secret she never knew and a family that never existed in her world. When everything seems to constantly change, she will cling to the only one she can trust. "Will we make it out alive?" becomes a permanent question.
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About the Author
Madison Ketchum is a budding author from Northeastern Ohio. She lives with her parents, four-year-old sister, and her grandfather. Besides writing, Madison enjoys riding her horses, including a miniature pony named Pete. Her family is also home to several cows, including a few named after her friends. She participates in a local 4-H group and shows her horses Leo and Flika yearly in the county fair. She serves on the Teen Advisory Board for the village library, which works to promote the library and offer teenagers community service opportunities. During a typical day, you could find her crocheting or reading. Madison is a member of the Harvest Baptist Church and is a strong believer in Christ as her Savior. She currently attends high school and ranks in the top ten of her class. Following her graduation, she intends to enter into the field of veterinary science, although she is still deciding on what specific branch. Madison hopes to continue on with her writing career in the future and publish more of her work. The hardest part of creating The War Between was developing the personality and different powers of her characters. Madison’s favorite part includes being able to know the ending of her story as she wrote and leading into it. If she could have done anything differently during the writing process, Madison would have used a larger range of names and characters. The War Between is her debut novel.
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If I could give this a one star review I would, this is the worst piece of millennial garbage that I've ever laid my eyes on. I do not recommend that anyone read this book if you have any self love.