The de Wardin Sisters Unveil the Story of The Humming Bird: Madness in Crescendo

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New Xlibris release follows a hardy individual tossed into a mind-boggling puzzle of events.

Newly democratized Voskia is off its trolley when an astute, sanguinary politician marches for presidency; the promise of genocide hangs thick in the air and the heart of resistance beats within a single, particular individual. Knowledge, a powerful weapon, shall drag this protagonist into series of unforgettable adventures. The Humming Bird: Madness in Crescendo is The de Wardin Sisters’ new Xlibris release.

Maria Langlord has always remained unaware of what occurred in the world—until she is thrown head first into a spiral of happenings, each more demented than the other. People of all sizes, ages, and levels of insanity come her way: from the Deity of Leather to the Divine Connector to Patrouch Pawnicker the pigmy.

Music, a cheerful, rebellious messenger, bringer of sensual magic and madness will be a guide throughout the darkness of a newborn disaster. Maria’s shadowy, wintry life shall be lit by warm melodies capturing wisps of dreams, putting them back into words, into music.

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The Humming Bird * by The de Wardin Sisters
Madness in Crescendo
Publication Date: July 12, 2011
Trade Paperback; $16.99; 751 pages; 978-1-4535-4759-5
Trade Hardback; $26.99 751 pages; 978-1-4535-4760-1
eBook; $9.99; 978-1-4535-4761-8

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