The Converging [NOOK Book]

Overview

The Converging recounts the tale of ethereal Romanian demon Cynara Saravic who after building her legend as Satan’s most prolific reaper of souls, decides she must have a soul, not for the dark father, but her own companionship. Her search for a perfect light reflection of her own darkness leads her to a small Washington town where she spins an insidious web of terror while claiming her prize.

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The Converging

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Overview

The Converging recounts the tale of ethereal Romanian demon Cynara Saravic who after building her legend as Satan’s most prolific reaper of souls, decides she must have a soul, not for the dark father, but her own companionship. Her search for a perfect light reflection of her own darkness leads her to a small Washington town where she spins an insidious web of terror while claiming her prize.

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940000720226
  • Publisher: George Straatman
  • Publication date: 11/17/2009
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 110,255
  • File size: 2 MB

Meet the Author

George lives in Timmins, a small Northern Ontario city with his wife Louise and their collection of furry kids. He writes both horror and high fantasy. His works Include the epic horror trilogy...The Converging Series...the new stand alone epic horror...The Circle of the Witch and The first two volume of the epic Fantasy Series...Journey through the Land of Shades.I would like to give something back to those who have purchased and enjoyed his novels. To this end, I would like to offer a series of Signature Cards.What is a signature card? It is a 4 x 6 inch card on durable poster stock. The face of the card holds the book cover image and the reverse side has the novel’s teaser and my website address…and sufficient space where I can personalize the card for readers.I have created one of these cards for each of my novels, so if you would like a no cost personalized card…select one or more of the Signature Cards and send me an e-mail along with your mailing address and the name you would like to have me sign to…and I’ll send a card your way. The e-mail address for this Signature Card Request would be Amberdias@persona.ca
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  • Posted March 15, 2011

    Must read

    In "The Converging", George Straatman demonstrates a command of story, plot, characterization, and description that is rare. From the onset, Mr. Straatman carefully spins a tale, one strand at a time, until his web is complete and the reader is fully ensnared. Once entrapped, he leads us into our greatest fears. These run the gambit from lost children to unseen things that stalk us in the night and from confrontation with our own deepest selves to an invulnerable evil that relishes pain and knows no pity. This is a novel that can stand toe to toe with the masters of horror. It is a must read for all dark horror fans.

    4 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted November 17, 2011

    great book

    It is very well written, the story is very compelling, the caracters are very well developed, good vs evil. It only has 3 stars becouse i could have done with less macabre imaginery, and i still cannot see how the book ends the way it does. Sometimes is so dense that you have to put it down. I'm an avid reader, but this really took me 4 days to read. great novel for horror or suspense readers, just don't read some of it on an empty stomach. Certanly open for discussion, I don't think anybody that reads it is going to have the same feelings left.

    2 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 21, 2012

    Wast of time

    Don't bother

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 17, 2012

    Liked it

    The characters and story are interesting. Cynara is everything a man could want - beautiful, cultured, wealthy. Under her beauty is the heart of evil. Everything she touches and everyone she comes in contact with becomes corrupted.

    Why is she in Semelar and will anything remain after her reign of terror? How many will die before gets what she came for?

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