Katalina Translates

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Vantage Press, Inc, 2007 - Fiction - 189 pages
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Thirteen friends, bound by their love of fun and freedom, have never suspected the world to be anything but what it appears. But when the demons of their dreams attack, they are forced to choose sides in a fight for their very lives, and they must bind together to wage war against the forces of evil that are stalking them.  Little do they know that there is an enemy among them. Katarina Translatesis an exciting novel of the powers that exist in the world.  Richard A. Sockey IV tells an intriguing tale of good versus evil that will leave readers engrossed until the very end.
 

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The next cult classic. Words for the distraught young generation. Some parts are hard to follow, but the book was smarter than me.
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Contents

Section 1
1
Section 2
3
Section 3
4
Section 4
8
Section 5
16
Section 6
21
Section 7
27
Section 8
29
Section 22
78
Section 23
91
Section 24
96
Section 25
102
Section 26
103
Section 27
109
Section 28
114
Section 29
115

Section 9
32
Section 10
35
Section 11
37
Section 12
39
Section 13
44
Section 14
49
Section 15
52
Section 16
56
Section 17
61
Section 18
63
Section 19
67
Section 20
74
Section 21
76
Section 30
117
Section 31
122
Section 32
127
Section 33
130
Section 34
133
Section 35
134
Section 36
143
Section 37
145
Section 38
158
Section 39
165
Section 40
176
Section 41
179
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About the author (2007)

Richard A. Sockey IV earned his B.A. in English and Religion from Oklahoma Baptist University, before completing his M.L.A. at Houston Baptist University and marrying his loving wife on the very same day.  An artist, his work is displayed in Rosarito Beach.  In his spare time, the author volunteers at local orphanages, teaches children art and language, and surfs near his home in California.

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