Teller

Teller Andin Teller can change the world with a pencil and paint brush Teller isn t just his name It s what he is someone who can change memories reality and even shift time with the right story But it does

  • Title: Teller
  • Author: Chris Howard
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 321
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Teller

    Andin Teller can change the world with a pencil and paint brush Teller isn t just his name It s what he is someone who can change memories, reality and even shift time with the right story But it doesn t come without a cost When he discovers his mother is part of an otherworldly organized crime family in the middle of a secret war and has been kidnapped by a rival faAndin Teller can change the world with a pencil and paint brush Teller isn t just his name It s what he is someone who can change memories, reality and even shift time with the right story But it doesn t come without a cost When he discovers his mother is part of an otherworldly organized crime family in the middle of a secret war and has been kidnapped by a rival family, Andin sets out to rescue her with his only two friends, Taryn, a crazy mathematics genius, and deep thinking, motorcycle driving Itoshi With their help, Andin navigates a world he doesn t understand, taking on family betrayers, killers, and others like himself who have powers greater than his own.

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      Published :2018-08-06T08:04:09+00:00

    One thought on “Teller

    1. Dawn

      I really enjoyed this book and will be looking for more by this author. It was a new story, well-written, and well-delivered. I was pulled in from the beginning and everything about how things were happening were explained in a believable way which went along with the story. I received this book for free from giveaways.

    2. A.J. Maguire

      I adored this book. As a storyteller myself it was fun to romp through a world where stories themselves could be magic. The descriptions were vivid and beautiful, especially when Andin was painting. Loved it!

    3. Penny

      The teller is different than any book i have ever read. Sometimes i would get lost and would have to look back to remember some things. I liked reading it though.

    4. Li

      Good story (or stories within stories), with lots of excitement, unexpected twists and turns, and a mostly satisfying ending. Some small editing errors but otherwise a heck of a ride!

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