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To be in The Nation you have to be a Legend. So, you have to ask yourself...are you in? Welcome to The Nation, a secret society of Legends who have hidden in plain sight for hundreds of years. Now, in West Haven, IL, an unlikely pregnancy threatens to expose them all. Tracy DeSalvo must hide what should be joyous news from those she holds most dear in order to protect them, and she can't help but think the recent disappearance of a Legendary family is somehow related. Meanwhile, high schoolers Scarlett McAllister, varsity baseball captain Connor DeSalvo, and best friend Allison Petrovsky try to clear up confusion when scholarship potential athlete and Connor's teammate, Jack Taylor, is mistakenly arrested. Jack disappears before Connor can straighten out the situation and the kids must take matters into their own hands. Now the teens must find Jack before it is too late.A contemporary fantasy novel without the glitter and glam, Us of Legendary Gods takes an unromanticized approach to vampires, fairies, and other Legends living in the modern-day. The series that takes away the full moon transformations, silver bullets, satin lined coffins, and changes everything you were taught growing up about vampires, werewolves, and the supernatural beings.The Nation series, beginning with Us of Legendary Gods, takes a more intimate look at the lives of humans who happen to be vampires, werewolves, or even undying as they struggle with their own prejudices, personal struggles, and learning to live with who they are. So, again you have to ask yourself...are you in?
Nick Savage was a steady 19-year-old with a calm demeanor and contagious smile. He was a first-year student at Indiana University in Bloomington, Indiana, where he was majoring in chemistry and microbiology. During Nick's tenure on the hockey team at Penn High School in Mishawaka, Indiana, he led his teammates to the state runner-up title. Coaches and teammates say he led by example, both on and off the ice. Nick loved playing ice hockey, riding dirt bikes, and listening to music. Nick especially enjoyed the family lake house on Donnell Lake in southwest Michigan, where he liked to be out on the pontoon boat, or around the bonfire, with friends. Nick lost his life on June 14, 2015, due to an accidental overdose at a friend's graduation party.