Paranormal Novel Series — Caribbean History and Life Lessons

Onyx Rising book 3 in The Deja Vu Chronicles written by Marti Melville and published by Doce Blant Publsihing


Onyx Rising, the 3rd book in the paranormal novel series, The Deja vu Chronicles by author Marti Melville reaches further into Caribbean history as the series’ characters master the Golden Age of Piracy.






Midnight Omen book 1 in The Deja vu Chronicles by Marti Melville and published by Doce Blant PublishingSet in 1723, Kathryn, the novel series’ main character, discovers strength as a pirate, overcoming voodoo and magical adversaries. As a young lass in, Midnight Omen (book 1 in the novel series), she is taken captive by pirates and faces certain destruction. From there, Kathryn’s coming-of-age story is told alongside her sidekick, Seth — a rogue youth of about her same age who challenges the pirate’s way.


Silver Moon (book 2) in The Deja vu Chronicles

Third edition


As the Chronicles progress, both Kathryn and Seth discover inner strengths and abilities that they would never have found otherwise — much the same as we all do. Finding an inner strength where none was known to exist is the success that defines most people’s lives.






As seen through the eyes of these two fictional characters, the reader can relate to self-doubt and triumph, learn about real pirate history, and live vicariously the life of a swashbuckling crew of pirates. To sail aboard the Revenge and learn history while validating some of life’s toughest lessons is a gift for every reader who plunges into the pages of The Deja vu Chronicles.

The Deja vu Chronicles by Marti Melville. Published by Doce Blant Publishing (third edition images)

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    "What J. K. Rowling did for wizards and Stephenie Meyer did for vampires, Marti Melville has done for pirates." ~ Forbes Magazine (September 9, 2011)

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    "Melville’s work, which heavily romanticizes the life of a pirate, is atmospheric ... a solid start to the series." ~ Publisher's Weekly (February 2017)
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