The Meryton War by Deborah E Pearson

The characters from Pride and Prejudice have plunged in an alternate universe. An eerie prophecy made in 1730 has resulted in the removal of three families from London society in a desperate bid to stop a war. Three generations later, that Prophecy is about to be fulfilled. The War seems inevitable. Is peace possible? If…

The characters from Pride and Prejudice have plunged in an alternate universe. An eerie prophecy made in 1730 has resulted in the removal of three families from London society in a desperate bid to stop a war.
Three generations later, that Prophecy is about to be fulfilled. The War seems inevitable. Is peace possible? If not, can an energy balance ever be restored to the earth? Will an imbalance in the world’s energy field and the coming war wipe out humanity?
This paranormal fantasy is not suitable for younger readers as it contains adult themes.
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About the Author

Deborah found her love of Jane Austen’s work when she was 15 by watching the 1995 adaptation of Pride and Prejudice by Andrew Davies, Over the following years she not only read Miss Austen’s books multiple times but also read several fan fiction books, which led her to begin writing her own Jane Austen Fan Fiction (JAFF) in 2010 as she wished to have a Darcy that fitted the way she saw him. Deborah is a housewife and author, whose burning passion is to empower others through the written word.

She is interested in a range of things from playing several instruments (though like Lizzy Bennet in P&P she does not practice enough), Sewing, Knitting, Painting (watercolours are her medium) to reading (usually the latest JAFF) and Religion and the metaphysical.

She is married and calls her cat her furry baby. Those who know her, know that she is shy until you get through the initial awkwardness. Like Mr Darcy, she is quiet and retiring but can be quite lively in the right setting. Many would say that life has not been kind to her, however, she prefers to think of it as life training her for tough times ahead. Her personal motto is that ‘life is what you make it’.

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