FIVE months until graduation frees her from Shades, Wyoming. Life is waiting for her in Denver.
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FOUR varsity volleyball players who promise to make her senior year a nightmare.
THREE ghosts terrorizing her life—two are recently deceased, and one’s a geezer who randomly appears in the least convenient places.
TWO ancient Shoshone demons on the loose through a rip in the Continental Divide.
ONE mysterious guy with amazing eyes and stunning commitment issues—and the only one who doesn't think she’s descending into insanity.
July Henry’s always assumed shamans were the loincloth-wearing green trolls in the latest game techies rave about.
But suddenly she’s on a crash course to becoming one when the newly dead begin wandering through the desolate town of Shades, WY in search of answers.
Only Renn Hollingsworth, half-Shoshone and all-confusing to July, believes her and holds what may be the key to saving not only themselves, but Shades as well.
It’s an ancient society that guards the length of the Continental Divide, the source of all creation in the myths of many Native American tribes. An old-boys’ club that doesn't welcome outsiders, July’s about to show them what a little girl from Denver can do when it comes to protecting the ones she loves.