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“The Time Before The Moon” by Kameron Williams

In the ancient world, when the days were short and the nights were long and moonless, one boy questions the customs of his village—a thing others would never dare to do. He is Omi, and he knows something isn’t right about the place he calls home.

Soon his curiosity puts him in danger, and what he learns changes everything. He flees the village, pursued by the wicked hierarchy he’s challenged, its leader desperate to maintain control. Lives are lost, homes are destroyed, and Omi vows to bring justice to the culprits.

But to have his revenge, he must first survive the wild.


‘The same men willing to kill the first time surely were the same who had agreed to do it again.’ California author Kameron Williams, according to his own thoughts, ‘was born with a glass of whiskey in one hand and a writing pen in the other. He was fortunate enough to have grown up in more than a few different states, including California, Tennessee, Michigan, and New York. He now lives in Oakland, California where he can be found musing or adventuring—or musing about adventuring.’ His genre is fantasy, science fiction and thriller.

Having read Kameron’s first two books – SONGS FOR THE SACRED AND SOULESS and ROADS OF THE RIGHTEOUS AND THE ROTTEN, this reader welcomes another adventure by this very fine young author. THE TIME BEFORE THE MOON shows growth in concept and character development. Though this novel is shorter than his other two, the story is challenging and very poetically presented.~ Grady Harp HALL OF FAMETOP 100 REVIEWER for Amazon

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