Seven: The Haunted Girl of NuLo

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M.S. (Michael Stephen) Hund is the author of the historical/paranormal fantasy series, The Dreambetween Symphony, as well as a number of standalone short fictions and novels. He primarily writes science fiction and fantasy, though the line between the two genres often gets blurry. Someday he hopes to live in a hobbit-hole with a well-stocked library and an equally well-stocked wine cellar. Until that happy day, you can visit his virtual digs at

Seven: The Haunted Girl of NuLo

Authored by M. S. Hund
Edition: 1

Seven’s best friend is dying. And so is her world…

When the fortunate ones fled Earth for orbital colonies, they left behind ruined cities seething with gangsters and witches, genetic monstrosities and urchins. In one such warren, an orphan girl named Seven is plagued by visions and the voices in her head. While seeking the help of her only friend, Pug, she learns that he has fallen victim to a terrible virus.

Now Seven and Pug must cross the dying city of NuLo, evading the clutches of wolves and wizards, priests and madmen, in a desperate race to counteract the virus before it transforms Pug into a monster. But what lurks in Seven’s head may be the greatest monstrosity of all.


Seven: The Haunted Girl of NuLo is M.S. Hund’s debut novel. It skirts the line between dystopian science fiction and paranormal fantasy, featuring the likes of witches with machines in their blood and Harlequin-inspired gangsters with chemically-boosted muscles. In the center of all the madness is Seven, a girl who might be insane or might be psychic. Or a little bit of both.

Publication Date:
1497545315 / 9781497545311
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Binding Type:
US Trade Paper
Trim Size:
6" x 9"
Black and White
Related Categories:
Fiction / Dystopian

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