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Dark Winter Books

  • Autor: John Hennessy
  • Editor: Createspace
  • Relaese Date: 21 February 2014
  • ISBN: 1493622366
  • Format Book: PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
  • Number of page: 446 pages
  • File Size: 36MB
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Description Dark Winter de John Hennessy:

Romilly Winter is no ordinary heroine, just a reluctant one. She has a gift. She can see the future. But can she see far enough? The world in which she lives is under attack - the dead are rising, and evil follows her at every turn. Will she be able to save herself - and the world?" From the Diary of Romilly Winter, October 14th. "I've had two years to prepare for this. In that time, I have never told a soul. Of course, my Nan knew. She'd bequeathed me the mirror, after all. Now, maybe tonight, tomorrow, in a few days, the event that I don't want to happen with all my heart, will come to pass. I'm not ready. I know I'm not ready, and yet, it will happen nonetheless. Nan had this thing in her possession for nearly seventy years. She had told me I simply had to be at Rosewinter, prior to my sixteenth birthday no matter what objections my parents raised. She said I was 'special', and was the only one equipped to deal with what was coming. The problem is, I don't feel special, I just feel...different, and in all probability, that isn't going to be good enough. In just two days time, I will be sixteen years old, and if anything my Nan said is remotely true, I will be lucky to survive that long...." AUTHOR NOTES: With themes of witchcraft, ghosts, demons and paranormal horror, Dark Winter: The Wicca Circle is not for the very youngest of readers. John Hennessy is a young adult / new adult novelist whose preferred writing genre is horror, and has authored the Dark Winter series as well as the fantasy epic Stormling. He dreams of being a successful author, but this dream sometimes gets pushed aside for the dream of wanting to be Batman. Gotham fixations aside, he is a huge fan of the paranormal, he will actively visit reported ghost haunts and it could be said that they served as inspiration for his debut fiction novel- Dark Winter: The Wicca Circle. Inbetween writing Book Two of the series, Dark Winter: Crescent Moon, he released the fantasy epic Stormling, which is the first book of the Mordana Chronicles. 2015: - The Blood and the Raven (A Tale of Vampires: II) Innocent While She Sleeps (A Tale of Vampires: III) Dream the Crow's Black Dream (A Tale of Vampires: IV) Clara's Song Dark Winter #3 2014: - Stormling (fantasy) Dark Winter: Crescent Moon (paranormal horror - YA to Adult) Murderous Little Darlings (A Tale of Vampires: I) 2013 Dark Winter: The Wicca Circle 2011 The Essence of Martial Arts The first short story he ever wrote brought together Fagan, Lizzie Bennett, Sherlock Holmes and Dracula, which despite impressing his long suffering English teacher, thankfully remains unpublished. For recreation he will visit paranormal hotspots, but prefers to write about ghosts rather than meet them. He also believes almost any problem can be overcome so long as there is an inexhaustible supply of tea and biscuits. He also has an obsession with Batman and anything Gotham. In 2015, the short novella horror The Blood and the Raven: A Tale of Vampires, Book Two, the final Dark Winter story will be released, as will a new suspense / horror thriller entitled Clara's Song. In his own words: "I write because I love to write, create something from nothing. If people love that too, be the few or many, I am delighted to know this, each and every time. I love to connect and hear from fellow authors, readers, anyone who loves books. A writer can never feel lonely if he has this most unique of support groups!"

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