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The quiet village of Czern Lesovitsa haunts the edge of the ominous Black Forest, but it's not the bleak shadows and eerie silence emanating from the woods that weigh on the villagers and drain the vibrancy from their dreams.

What evil could rob people of their passion without driving them away? What keeps them living their colorless lives? And how can the chilling melody of little girl's lullaby lead someone to ruin? These are the questions an outsider from the bustling streets...

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Don't Let Her In

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Overview

The quiet village of Czern Lesovitsa haunts the edge of the ominous Black Forest, but it's not the bleak shadows and eerie silence emanating from the woods that weigh on the villagers and drain the vibrancy from their dreams.

What evil could rob people of their passion without driving them away? What keeps them living their colorless lives? And how can the chilling melody of little girl's lullaby lead someone to ruin? These are the questions an outsider from the bustling streets of London seeks to answer, but will information hidden in the village's secrets be more than man was meant to know? And how many questions can safely be answered before the risk losing your soul becomes too great to ignore?

Find out the chilling answers in "Don't Let Her In", the weird fiction tale called "Pitch-perfect" with "elegant language and 'missing pieces' that drew me in and kept me thinking about it afterwards."

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940044720343
  • Publisher: Frowzy Books
  • Publication date: 7/14/2012
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 504,304
  • File size: 83 KB

Meet the Author

Born in San Diego, California, and raised by actors, Adalind grew up playing in the shadow of the stage. Despite a genetic interest in theatre, her passion for the written word has characterized her life, from the first recorded horror piece ("We were almost scared to death, but if we had been scared to death we would probably be dead." - cir. 1990 approx.), to the thirteen year labor of love that is the epic high fantasy saga of Eleasia, writing is without a doubt her greatest love. Though she is contractually obligated to say that, in fact, her best friend is her greatest love, they both know the truth.

One of the few constants she can confidently claim in her life thus far (beyond far too many animals at any given time, and a loving and supportive family of crazy people), writing took a place of prominence only when she had to ask herself "What do I want to do with my life?" That constant that had so characterized her childhood, even more than being surrounded by actors, became the answer to any question you could ask her, especially when it makes no literal sense.

"Would you like fries with that?"

"No thank you; I'm a writer."

Though fantasy is without a doubt her dominant genre, her roots in supernatural suspense and horror have never lost their place in her heart. After discovering she was fully capable of writing short stories (a feat she believed utterly impossible, and laughable if suggested), she found her thoughts returning to the kinds of stories that had so captured her imagination when she was a child. Preferring to eschew the trappings of modern horror, Ms. Monroe's tales tend toward the sub-genres of "Weird Fiction" and "Psychological Horror" when not entirely drenched in High Fantasy. And if you're entirely unaware, she's widely recognized as an accomplished humorist. You can tell your friends.

Adalind lives in beautiful Southern Oregon with four cats, two dogs, two other dogs, and a lizard named Obi-Wan. The lizard is definitely a Jedi.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 16, 2013

    Not worth the 10 pages

    Dont bother

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 24, 2013

    ????

    10 pages of nothing but creative writting. Waste of time.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 27, 2013

    the writing well written

    now this is someone with higher education then i have...she uses long word and truthful and honesty i did not understand that much...i got some of it but did not understand because way to many words i never heard of...trust me i read books and understand them but this one nope...too many and i mean to man big word....she will never get people to read from her because of this....i can understand stephen king and a lot of the authors out there but her i did not

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 17, 2013

    It was okay

    I thought it was a bit confusing, and perhaps a bit too poetic. I like descriptive books, but it was too much description and not enough character exploration. It was a fairly good book nonetheless, and I will read another book by the same author.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 20, 2012

    Chilling!

    Well written and very chilling.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 2, 2012

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    beautiful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 19, 2012

    Great

    A great little atmospheric tale of lost souls.

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