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The One That Binds: The Dark Rainbow Project Book One
by Daniel M Murano   

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Publisher:  Smashwords ISBN-10:  1476240272 Type: 


Copyright:  June 1, 2012 ISBN-13:  9781476240275

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Raine Falinmore is a young woman with massive potential in a rapidly decaying world. Despite her secret supernatural ability to heal plant life, the land around the home of her deceased parents continues to deteriorate.

            Raine’s already shaky world is upended when she discovers a network of caves that runs beneath her property and a group of orphans who live in it. Although her appearance is not met kindly by the orphans or the property’s duplicitous caretaker, Raine knows that her mother would have wanted her to befriend and save the orphans. And when Raine discovers that the orphans are trying to protect a legendary, mysteriously powerful tree on the premises, she knows that it is her destiny. As the environment plagued with earthquakes and a forest fire continues to decay, Raine uncovers a web of murder and betrayal that dates back to her parents’ deaths, forcing her to decide if she has the inner strength to save the world she loves.

"Raine stood bravely as the cavern around her crumbled. The temperature was steadily rising but she did not mind. Nothing mattered anymore. The circumstances were different, but she finally understood how Scott felt while he was in the burning garden. She was crying, but she was also strangely calm."

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Authonomy: maretha
"I was so intrigued by your premise, that I had to start reading the story. Such a lovely plot and I think that older children and even adults like myself will enjoy this sort of feel good story. The mc is and orphan - we don't know yet the exact nature of her parents' death - and then Raine helps the cave orphans. I love the book and the characters are beginning to grow on me. I am intending to read everything you've uploaded, but feel that you deserve HIGH stars already for what I've read thus-far."

Authonomy: Peter Novas
"This book made a big impression on me. This book is so vivid in it's details, so compelling in it's descriptions of characters and settings and riveting in it's overall storytelling that it is literally impossible to stop reading once you begin. You are immediately immersed in a world that is strange, alluring and interesting. The twists and turns in the story are drawn out remarkably well. The characters are so original, so of the time and place coinciding with the setting of the story that you have a blast getting to know each and every one of them. Whether or not the characters that you are getting to know are good or evil, well, that is part of the suspense and tension that Daniel Murano so expertly crafts throughout the story. Finally, the story makes you really think and has an incredibly moral underpinning that will change the way you treat this beautiful Earth that we live in."

Amazon: Andrea Gruenler
"I have so enjoyed this. The sorrow and the pain are palpable, while the glorious beauty and magnificence of the natural wonders take the story from adventure to awe. This is a beautiful story. The love the orphans have for each other, and the love Raine develops for them, as well as the love of nature and its preservation they all hold dear, is at the essence of the plot, which is centered in Falinmore and Raine's mother's tree. But the wickedness of Claver, his greed, and the fear of the children's discovery that would lead to the loss of their home, coupled with Raine's involvement in that, keeps the pages turning. It is indeed a story of spirit, but not the spirits Raine fears initially; rather it is the spirit of hope and love and dedication that drives the story and makes the final point. I can't wait for book two to be released!"

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