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Greetings brave explorer, I am H.S. Crow, author of Lunora and the Monster King and a leader in a new company that works alongside students to give them opportunities to reach their dreams.

I want to inform you of the lovely contribution I want to make to inspire more readers to explore this powerful tale and help the world too. I am vowing for the month June and July to dedicate 50% more of my usual contribution towards charity. Meaning about 60% of your purchase will go towards helping the world. Comment on here if there are any charities you have in mind, and I will pick one at the end of the month to donate to.

I want you to have a chance to not just enjoy a book, but also feel good about buying it. I want to help the world, and I aim to do it through writing and with my hands, however my success is in you. My growth as an author is in you. If you enjoy this book, let others know of it. The more people read this tale, the more we can donate.

With that said, let us take a stroll into this world. The art created by a Sierra Ashe Rottman and Gabriella Garcias, students of Dillard High School are the primary artist of this novel.

They wish to use their art to build a better world as well. We hope you enjoy what we have to show you. Thank you.

H.S. Crow


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The Monster King's searching for a human, and word on the wind is Mother Leaf knows where it is!

Wake to a New Horizon.

The vast world of Caligo dwells beyond the gaze of humans. Inhabiting extraordinary fiends and deadly creatures, its black sun and moonless nights are hidden for one lone purpose-to keep us out.

Fourteen-year-old Lunora wakes up scared and alone in this dark world, but she's not alone, and she's not welcome. Her treacherous journey to find her father will take her body and soul to the depths of despair as she must turn enemies into allies to survive. A Hyperion monster boy, Iko, must decide if he can trust a human over the will of his tribe and the rule of the ruthless Monster King.

Experience this coming-of-age story that explores what it means to be human and examines the limitless possibilities still hidden away in the cracks and corners of reality.

"The word on the wind tells of new human soul being revealed to the Monster King. It is said that Mother Leaf knows her whereabouts"

A shadowed figure whispered. As if driven by hunger, ominous eyes glinted in the everlasting darkness. The shapeless forms circled near a floating glass door as scarlet eyes brimming with hate approached. They belonged to a masked boy with long white hair and a scarlet glare. "Devour this human, gain the power to rule over the fog" a voice echoed as the door opened, unveiling the bewitched Kingdom of Nevermore.

Beyond the hazy entrance a young girl lay beneath a single ray of light. Flowers sang around her as dark shadows roamed between the avenues of stars. The name Lunora filled the atmosphere as monsters drew closer.

"She is mine!" A wooden creature with dark beady eyes howled threateningly as the land eclipsed beneath an Eldritch black sun. "I am Mother Leaf, and on my word, no harm shall come to this child!"

"She is human! Not one of us! Are you a traitor?" a monster shouted amongst other exclamations of shock before the door closed and locked.

The voice of the king then silenced every breath.

"Find her."

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