View More by This Author. Description Only the smallest, least threatening among us can bring down an entire empire.
Other Books in This Series. Fort Garland, Denver Cereal V Idaho Springs, Denver Cereal V16 Poncha Springs, Denver Cereal V17 The Denver Cereal More by Claudia Hall Christian. Crunchy, sweet and always addicting — you deserve a little Denver Cereal in your life.
I found myself intertwined in all of the various characters lives and wanting more. This book is very light and descriptive which makes each of the characters easy to fall in love with.
It was easy to get caught in the story. Published by Cook Street Publishing cookstreetpublishing gmail.
About Claudia Hall Christian. Denver Cereal is a weirdly fun, full of love, and filled with action where fantasy, paranormal, and everyday life connect to make the world called Denver Cereal. Started in , Denver Cereal is one of the longest serial fictions ever written and published.
Also by This Author. The stories in this book describe a core group of characters, attractive young men and women in their twenties and thirties. Their common thread is that they are lovingly haunted by Celia, the 9-years-deceased matriarch of the Marlowe clan of Denver. An important secondary group comprises the parents, children, and employees of the first.
This heterogeneous bunch includes a gorgeous actress on a soap opera! Many of the characters have been given light-hearted names like Honey, Bambi, and Tiffanie. The author has provided a Glossary of Characters, but it is tucked in at the end of the book, to be discovered by the reader only after its time of usefulness is past.
This book revolves around action and visual images, not ideas or emotions. The story is entertaining, but it belongs in a non-print medium.
Do NOT expect this collection to flow like a novel! The main characters are wholesome, good-looking, and ethical, and there are some beautiful visual moments like a cream-colored wedding in Ms. Dec 06, Nancy rated it it was amazing Shelves: Novemer 16, Book 80 in the 52 books in 52 weeks Ravelry challenge.
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