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‘My name is Lucas Soul. Today, I died again. This is my fifteenth death in the last four hundred and fifty years.’
From the award-winning thriller series Seventeen.
“James Bond meets Highlander = Fantastic.” Bestselling & Award-Winning Science-Fiction Author Jade Kerrion
“This story is one to hit the immortal and classic spot. It’s so promising there’s nowhere to go but up.” Cabin Goddess
What do you fear when you are immortal?
The exciting, action-packed follow-up to Soul Meaning and the second installment in the award-winning thriller series Seventeen.
“Remember to breathe. If I could give this 10 stars I would!” Cabin Goddess
“A thrilling and suspenseful story that keeps you on the edge of your seat!” Teen Blurb
How far would you go to regain the trust of the one you love?
The riveting and fast-paced third installment in the award-winning thriller series Seventeen is finally here.
“Starrling writes with meticulous attention to detail and if this isolated book is an indication of her talent, she most assuredly has significant contributions to make to contemporary literature.” Grady Harp *Top 100 Reviewer* *Hall of Fame* *Vine Voice*
“Greene’s Calling by A.D. Starrling is a riveting historical supernatural thriller full of interesting characters that readers will remember for a long time.” The Great Reads *Top 500 Reviewer*
Discover where it all started…
A short story set in the world of AD Starrling’s award-winning thriller series.
Now available for pre-order.
“A lovely story which fits in well with the “Seventeen” series.” Goodreads review
“Beautifully written and heart-breaking, First Death is the perfect introduction into the world of Seventeen.” Goodreads review
2065. Humans start terraforming Mars for future settlement.
2070. The Mars Baker2 outpost is established on the Acidalia Planitia.
2084. The first colonist goes missing.
A sci-fi horror short story by the author of the award-winning thriller series Seventeen.
“Creepily claustrophobic and colossal in scale.” Amazon review