The Fourth Law of Kanaloa

The Fourth Law of Kanaloa Running from her past jazz vocalist Maris Johnson finds refuge singing to the Navy men on the island paradise of Oahu But her world forever changes when Pearl Harbor is attacked and a mysterious figu

  • Title: The Fourth Law of Kanaloa
  • Author: Johan Twiss
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 385
  • Format: ebook
  • Running from her past, jazz vocalist Maris Johnson finds refuge singing to the Navy men on the island paradise of Oahu But her world forever changes when Pearl Harbor is attacked and a mysterious figure emerges from the sea to save her life Johan Twiss s first published foray into short fiction tells a satisfyingly self contained story of magic, music, miracles, and trRunning from her past, jazz vocalist Maris Johnson finds refuge singing to the Navy men on the island paradise of Oahu But her world forever changes when Pearl Harbor is attacked and a mysterious figure emerges from the sea to save her life Johan Twiss s first published foray into short fiction tells a satisfyingly self contained story of magic, music, miracles, and true love I hope he ll write in this world Heather Monson, Editor

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    1. Having read this author's other books I was surprised to see a romance. It was a fun, quick read, with a little fantasy, a little history, and a little romance all swirled together. Not what I was expecting. But so so fun!I'm curious what other genres Twiss will explore.

    2. ‘I broke the fourth law of Kanaloa. I made physical contact with a human.’Author Johan Twiss is a modern day abolitionist who supports the work of anti-human trafficking NGO's worldwide. He is passionate about curbing /stopping human trafficking, writing, speaking, and encouraging others to join in his mission. Of note he also owns the online toy, craft, and handbag store called Playfully Ever After and shares his childhood with an Hawaiian family – likely a powerful influence in developin [...]

    3. Paranormal historical mythological fiction?Normally I can finish a book and immediately shelve it on GoodReads under a type, maybe two. For a short story, this one stretches to quite a few genres, and yet it blends together like a well-crafted song. The main character is an elegant singer living her dream in Hawaii in the 1940's. Until Pearl Harbor is attacked. She's one of the casualties, but saved by a royal merman. (I know, it seems like bad shifter porn, but it's actually quite lovely, yet n [...]

    4. I loved this story. From the opening paragraph I was transported a different time and place. It was a fun read to open your imagination and let yourself swim away for awhile. The characters were engaging and the storyline was unique and intriguing - enough so that you want to know what will happen next, and to really care about the characters. Well written with depth I was finished reading this all too soon :)

    5. Another excellent story from the mighty, creative mind of Johan Twiss. This story takes us on a wild adventure with fear, wonder, sorrow, and finally joy. I can't recommend The Fourth Law of Kanoloa enough.

    6. Pearl Harbor Beneath the WavesA haunting story that begins during the bombing of Pearl Harbor and ends some forty years later. When a young female nightclub singer is injured during the bombing, she is pulled beneath the waves by a merman who has broken the law of non-involvement with humans, The Fourth Law of Kanaloa. Although he's a prince, he must remain imprisoned until his father's death. The young woman eventually recovers but rate is not mind to her. She finds herself a homeless drifter l [...]

    7. Maris thought she had escaped the worst of things when she came to live in Hawaii, using her music to make a life for herself. But her world changes when she's caught by the attack on Pearl Harbor, and a mysterious man comes from the depths to save her.I was expecting something interesting, probably good, maybe even great. What I got blew my mind.This story packs a novel worth of emotion into a novelette worth of space. I love Maris's journey, the splash of Hawaiian mythology, and the touches of [...]

    8. Fun, short, yet more than a beach read, The Fourth Law of Kanaloa is a romantic fantasy that intertwines themes of war and interspecies relations. A jazz singer hopes to find refuge on an island paradise. Her haven is ripped by the attack on Pearl Harbor. She is saved by a sea creature. And the adventure begins. Twiss writes so well I was sad to come to the end of the book so soon, but for anyone wanting to know whether or not to read this young author's works, this book will convince you to giv [...]

    9. A wonderful quick story which takes us through the horrors of war, race relations, the beauty of music, of magic, miracles, and true power of love. Hoping to get more stories like this from Johan Twiss, the story is grounded in reality but told in fiction.

    10. I voluntarily reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book . This was a wonderful short story that began at Pearl Harbor and ended in Boston. This story covers many cultural issues like race relations and the horror of war. On the light side it shows us the beauty of love and music. A gripping story that will capture your heart. Well written with multi-layered characters and a captivating storyline.

    11. This is a touching tale of magic, music, and true love. I came to care deeply for Maris and her prince as I wrote their love story--a story that endured much heartache, distance, and suffering, but in the end brought them great happiness. It's a quick read, only 5 chapters long, and one of my favorite stories to write. I hope you enjoy it.

    12. Loved this book. So many different layerse horror of war, the reality of race relations, the beauty of music and the enduring power of love. It is well written, fanciful and yet grounded in reality. Highly recommend this for an engrossing but quick read.

    13. All in all, I loved it. It's the best thing Twiss has written (at least that I've read). I remember short stories being hard in high school. I struggled to condense a whole story into a short story. He did just that. And the romance was just right. Not overdone. Not awkward. Just right.

    14. Interesting little short story. Probably best for young teen girls. Certainly clean and appropriate for any age.

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