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Aaron M. Patterson Books In Order

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Publication Order of Mark Appleton Thrillers Books

Publication Order of The Airel Saga Books

Airel: The Awakening (2011)Description / Buy at Amazon
Michael: The Curse (2012)Description / Buy at Amazon
Uriel: The Inheritance (2013)Description / Buy at Amazon
Airel: The Discovering (With: Chris White) (2013)Description / Buy at Amazon
Michael: The Mark (2013)Description / Buy at Amazon
Uriel: The Price (2014)Description / Buy at Amazon

Publication Order of Sarah Steele Books

Breaking Steele (2012)Description / Buy at Amazon
Twisting Steele (2013)Description / Buy at Amazon
Melting Steele (2014)Description / Buy at Amazon

Publication Order of 'Naturals Season 1 Books

Awakening: Episodes 1-4 (With: Melody Carlson,Robin Parrish,K.C. Neal) (2012)Description / Buy at Amazon
Awakening: Episodes 5-8 (With: Melody Carlson,Robin Parrish,K.C. Neal) (2012)Description / Buy at Amazon
Awakening: Episodes 9-12 (With: Melody Carlson,Robin Parrish,K.C. Neal) (2012)Description / Buy at Amazon
Awakening: Episodes 13-16 (With: Melody Carlson,Robin Parrish,K.C. Neal) (2012)Description / Buy at Amazon
Awakening: Episodes 17-20 (With: Melody Carlson,Robin Parrish,K.C. Neal) (2013)Description / Buy at Amazon

Publication Order of 'Naturals Season 2 Books

Evolution: Episodes 1-4 (With: Melody Carlson,Robin Parrish,K.C. Neal) (2015)Description / Buy at Amazon
Evolution: Episodes 5-8 (With: Melody Carlson,Robin Parrish,K.C. Neal) (2015)Description / Buy at Amazon
Evolution: Episodes 9-12 (With: Melody Carlson,Robin Parrish,K.C. Neal) (2016)Description / Buy at Amazon

Publication Order of Kirk Weston Books

The Suicide Club (2015)Description / Buy at Amazon

Publication Order of Vincibles Books

Publication Order of Archer Cross Books

Publication Order of Short Stories/Novellas

Publication Order of Flight 12 Begins Books

Flight 12 Begins: 1 (By: Allan Leverone) (2014)Description / Buy at Amazon
Flight 12 (By: J. Carson Black) (2014)Description / Buy at Amazon
Flight 12 Begins: 5 (2014)Description / Buy at Amazon
Moonlight Breaks Bad (By: Vincent Zandri) (2014)Description / Buy at Amazon
Side Steal (By: Robert Gregory Browne) (2015)Description / Buy at Amazon

Publication Order of Anthologies

Aaron Patterson is a bestselling American author of young adult fantasy books. Homeschooled, he spent his childhood in the west. As a child, Patterson loved reading and would spend his days reading one to three books a day on average. This passion for reading is what motivated him to write even though he never thought he had the talent to write.

He spent most of his teenage years being a total nerd, playing the trumpet, and building lots of plastic models. Before finishing his college studies, he served four years in the United States Marine and worked as a bicycle mechanic, truck driver, drummer, executive recruiter, call center customer care before switching to a full-time writing career.

Airel: The Discovering

The first book in The Airel Saga is a young adult story about your typical brunette teenager. She’s a fantastic character because she isn’t a bimbo cheerleader, a blonde but instead, she’s an easy to identify with character. The story is a beautiful read, based on a skillfully crafted and well-executed plot. With its fascinating characters, great atmosphere, bone-chilling moments and an intriguing setting, Airel is a fantastic beginning to The Airel Saga.
This tale follows two distinct plotlines. They alternate between present day Boise, Idaho and 1250 B.C. Arabia. The main character in this story is a young girl named Airel. There’s nothing superhuman about her; in fact, she’s your typical teenage girl. She is bright, loves reading books and she could with ease score straight A’s in her studies if she wanted to, but instead, she prefers to remain under the radar. While she might not be the most beautiful girl in her school, she’s definitely not the ugliest especially with her brown eyes, petite frame, and long dark hair. Popularity is the last thing on her mind because she gets the attention she gets both from her parents and her best friend, Kim. She is perfectly happy with her life, though it mundane but her idyllic life is soon bound to change.

On her way to school one morning, Airel decides to grab some coconut latte from her favorite coffee shop but little did she know that she would meet the most handsome man ever. Their attraction is instant, and Airel can’t help but fall in love with this cute stranger. The handsome stranger turns out to be her new classmate who just moved to the town, and for some reasons, he seems “connected” with Airel.

Well, this might sound like the perfect love story for you. Right?

Well, it’s not.

Something unusual is happening to Airel.

She’s getting prettier every day, and it’s not like she got a new makeup kit in her closet that she got to apply every morning. Her transformation is a permanent sort of, she’s a goddess. That’s not the only change Airel is experiencing, her wounds are healing in seconds, and she vomits once in a while.
As she rises to popularity Airel finds herself stalked by a creepy killer and like that wasn’t enough she hears voices in her heads and her new “sweetheart” isn’t what she thinks he is.

How much squirrelly can it get? It’s up to you to find what happens next.

The second storyline in Airel Saga debut novel is set in 1250B.C.Arabia. It follows Kreios and a family of fallen angels. Kreios is mourning the loss of the love of his life who died while giving birth and now he must do whatever it takes to protect his daughter from the Seer. With forces of the dark relentlessly hunting them, the race against the ticking clock begins. Will Kreios be able to save his only daughter?

Airel, the first in Airel Saga series, is a brilliantly woven novel. The story takes you on an epic journey from the present and subsequently sent you back in time. Most of the questions that arise in the present plot are answered in the second plot, and the different point of views and the flashbacks make the story more interesting. At first, everything might feel out of place, and the stories don’t line up, but then BAM every piece of the story falls into place, and your heart starts pounding heavily as you anticipate what happens next. In addition to the two plotlines and the brilliant characterization, the two settings are vivid, and the story itself is narrated in such a way that it absorbs you within the emotions and feelings being played out. The story flow is smooth and super tight, and it’ll leave your yearning for more trying to discover what happens next.

Michael: The Mark

USA Today and New York Times bestselling author of thriller books Aaron Patterson unites writing forces with Chris White to craft a mind-tingling second Airel saga series installment. If you enjoy young adult fantasy or Y. Paranormal romance books you will definitely enjoy Airel saga.

Appearances can be quite deceiving, and the choices made in ignorance still have consequences. Michael did what no other could do to save Airel from death row, but now he must live his entire life with the choices he made, both good and evil. Tormented by his past and haunted by a future he doesn’t know, Michael seeks salvation. Airel wakes up in her new life only to discover that her scars and wounds don’t heal in seconds as they used to. Will she forgive the man she loves or loses him forever?

It takes a rare talent for a male author to craft a story from a male point of view and have it published and garner commercial and critical acclaim. However, it takes a miracle for the same male author to craft a story from the point of view of a teenage girl and have it garner positive acclaim. From the first sentence, you’ll feel compelled to dive into the Airel’s world, to get to know her, cry and stress out right along with her. The Airel Saga is a beautifully woven fiction story about teenage, loss, love, innocence and faith. It is a must read both for teenagers and adults alike.

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