On Dark Shores: The Lady


      On Dark Shores: The Lady
Trapped in fear and poverty after the death of her parents, the thief Nereia will go to desperate lengths to protect her beautiful younger sister from the brutality of Copeland the moneylender No one has dared to attempt escape before the whole of Scarlock trembles in his grasp Only Nereia s cunning and some unlooked for help give her hope In a country still recovering from war, events are stirring, and the little harbour town will not remain obscure for long but in Scarlock, right now, Mr Copeland is coming to call. Free Download [ On Dark Shores: The Lady ] by [ J.A. Clement ] For Kindle ePUB or eBook – cricketworldcuplivestreaming.com

J.A Clement lives near London with her partner and a lunatic lurcher puppy with a predilection for watering cans She writes her fantasy series whenever she can, mostly in her lunch hour which probably explains the excessive number of bacon sandwiches that have to be edited out later Her To Write list is as big as your To Read list and covers several genres, but she just needs to finish this series first For a free ebook of The Locket, sign up to her newsletter at or follow her on Bookbub at She s happy to be contacted by readers via email at jaclement dot ondarkshores at gmail dot com She is happy to answer any questions she can without spoilers, and does love a good gossip with fellow bookworms You have been warned

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  • Kindle Edition
  • 152 pages
  • On Dark Shores: The Lady
  • J.A. Clement
  • English
  • 22 March 2018

10 thoughts on “ On Dark Shores: The Lady

  1. says:

    A small town is plunged into oppression single handedly by a nasty piece of work A long ago wealthy child is now forced to live in squalor while trying to raise and protect her younger sister A drug addict doing all the wrong things for the right reasons.These are only some of the characters you will encounter when you enter this little town The main focal point of the town is not known for its beauty, it is known for its short skirts and ample bo...

  2. says:

    This novella is very short and appears to be the beginning of a longer piece of work currently being written It read like an introduction to a story and a rather large cast of characters and didn t turn out to be very satisfying all on its own and it ended extremely abruptly The prose is often beautifully written and almost has a drea...

  3. says:

    This is the first part of a much longer story It is an introduction That is really the long and the short of it This part introduces several characters, several story arcs and lots of competing themes.It s hard to say if the reader really gets to know any of the characters well in this part, it s over too quickly and there s so much going on, you really can t get a good grasp on any of them.I imagine that the subsequent parts, of which we re told there will be at least two of, should allow This is the first part of a much longer story It is an introduction That is really the long an...

  4. says:

    The book genuinely frustrated me I was the person toddling down a lovely forest trail on a lovely autumn evening, only to have a Mack truck careen out from the undergrowth, spraying me with the mud from the puddles I d just been admiring, and go roaring down the path, steamrolling nifty literary conventions like pacing and plot arc.The story opens with a promise of a good yarn and four characters the man who holds the town in a mafia like vise of control, the muscle who got hooked on drugs The book genuinely frustrated me I was the person toddling down a lovely forest trail on a lovely autumn evening, only to have a Mack truck careen out from the undergrowth, spraying me with the mud fro...

  5. says:

    When I was offered this book for review I was a little hesitant as I don t think of myself as a fantasy fan However when I thought about it I do read a bit of fantasy and sci fi, so agreed to review it with the author being aware it wasn t one of my usual genres Once again opening my mind to something different has paid dividends though.The harbour town of Scarlock is a virtual prison for its inhabitants, who are controlled by the moneylender Copeland.Those who get on the wrong side of him When I was offered this book for review I was a little hesitant as I don t think of myself as a fantasy fan However when I thought about it I do read a bit of fantasy and sci fi, so agreed to review it with the author be...

  6. says:

    On Dark Shores The Lady is a three part series that begins by introducing us to the thief, Nereia, and her much younger sister, Mary They live in Scarlock, a tiny Harbor town dominated by a weasel of man named Copeland Nothing gets past him, and the inhabitants of Scarlock live in fear of him and his bodyguard, a prior boxer named Blakey who spends his days roughing up the poor and unlucky who are unable to pay their debts.Nereia and Mary are cousins of Copeland, but unless you had read On Dark Shores The Lady is a three part series that begins by introducing us to the thief, Nereia, and her much younger sister, Mary They live in Scarlock, a tiny Harbor town dominated by a weasel of man named Copeland Nothing gets past him, and the inhabitants of Scarlock live in fear of him and his bodyguard, a prior boxer named Blakey who spends his days roughing up the poor and unlucky who are unable to pay their debts.Nereia and Mary are cousins of Copeland, but unless you had read that little bit of information you wouldn t believe it by the way he treats them Nereia ...

  7. says:

    It took a little while to get into J.A Clement s On Dark Shores, the Lady, even though I d already read the prequel, Parallels But perhaps I was looking for too many parallels between the stories Characters do reappear, but the story s set later and the future simportant than the past The evil Copeland s still ruling the port town of Scarlock and Nereia, the thief, works for him, trying to keep her younger sister safe and fed Boxer Blakey wounds people in his master s name but might It took a little while to get into J.A Clement s On Dark Shores, the Lady, even though I d already read the prequel, Parallels But perhaps I was looking for too many parallels between the stories Characters do reappear, but the story s set later and the future simportant than the past The evil Copeland s still ruling the port town of Scarlock and Nereia, the thief, works for him, trying to keep her younger sister safe and fed Boxer Blakey wounds people in his master s name but might be a much deeper character than he seems Mickel deals with the outside world Sailors man the ships and enjoy the brothels And hope is hard to find.Despite its darkness, this story s infused with the promise of somethingMysteries lu...

  8. says:

    I was delighted by this story Although I was a bit confused at first, I figured out what was going on and enjoyed it very much This story has a fantasy flair in which the protagonist getsthan her fair share of hard blows The author ...

  9. says:

    NOTE MY REVIEWS OFTEN CONTAIN SPOILERS On Dark Shores The Lady is an odd little story of the town of Scarlock and it s many battered residents trying to make their way though life They live in a land that s apparently in the middle of some sort of war between the Shantari and the Mardon which I think are neighboring races but could be just neighboring countries It s not really completely clarified within the text itself.The biggest issue with this story is that even though it s part of NOTE MY REVIEWS OFTEN CONTAIN SPOILERS On Dark Shores The Lady is an odd little story of the town of Scarlock and it s many battered residents trying to make their way though life They live in a land that s...

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    Title On Dark Shores The LadyAuthor JA ClementPublisher Weasel Green Press March 2011AISN B004S7JCYGFormat E book Paperback, coming soon In the tiny harbor town of Scarlock, the residents are dominated by fear They live in trepidation of when the next visit from Copeland, the town moneylender, will come Copeland takes pride in the fact that he runs the town and is increasingly demanding in the money and goods he collects Blakey is Copeland s bodyguard and the man that does all the Title On Dark Shores The LadyAuthor JA ClementPublisher Weasel Green Press March 2011AISN B004S7JCYGFormat E book Paperback, coming soon In the tin...

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