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Weight of Night
 – a Modern Fantasy Adventure –

A novel with true appeal for all ages!

A coming of age tale for adventurers

When her mother is taken from her in a terrible accident, Alexis must face extraordinary, previously hidden, truths. Her best friend, Keats, is her only confidante once she finds herself up against an apparent stalker who claims that Alexis’ entire life is built around a lie.

Alexis is suddenly thrown into a whirlwind world of danger and secret agendas, of demigods and deities.

When a brutal, self-righteous god decides that Alexis is his best hope for retrieving an ancient artifact, she finds herself on the self-discovery journey of a lifetime – tracking a killer and a kidnapper – and facing conniving and dangerous foes along the way.

Alexis must come to grips with who she truly is and just what she might be capable of if she is to survive long enough to save the one person in the world for whom she cares most.

Ancient Greek mythology comes to life in this unique coming-of-age tale that spans the globe and the heart of a girl who wants only to be normal. But just what is normal in a world like this?

˃˃˃ Fun, devious, naughty, complicated, and flat out fascinating

RoloPolo Book Blog says: “Stegall’s re-invention or re-imagining of the old myths is a great new trend that I truly hope continues.”

˃˃˃ Pacing was relentless, nonstop action.

Reviewer Takeda says: “A story packed with action, humor, love, and no small amount of learning, this is a book that should satisfy most readers. Brilliantly conceived and well written, this is book that should continue to gain popularity as word gets out.”

˃˃˃ The writing style is amazing: clean, quick, crisp, believable and polished.

NY Times Best Selling author, J.A. Redmerski says: “I was thoroughly impressed with the whole idea of The Progeny. It was very well thought out and Stegall so easily pulled it off as if he does this sort of difficult thing every day. It’s just one of those stories when you can’t help but root for them in the sidelines, biting your lip out of prolonged unrest.”