Dread Night [NOOK Book]

Overview

Halloween short story. Follow Eric Ashendale, fixer of weird and magical conundrums, on this brief holiday adventure as he deals with a teenage megalomaniac who's been dabbling in the dark arts.

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Dread Night

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Overview

Halloween short story. Follow Eric Ashendale, fixer of weird and magical conundrums, on this brief holiday adventure as he deals with a teenage megalomaniac who's been dabbling in the dark arts.

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940045356268
  • Publisher: AEC Stellar Publishing, Inc.
  • Publication date: 10/20/2013
  • Series: Legacy Series
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 742,484
  • File size: 233 KB

Meet the Author

As an avid reader of fantasy and fiction books, Ryan got tired of waiting for his favorite authors to publish their next novels and decided to simply entertain himself instead. He then spent the next three years learning, in excruciating detail, why it takes authors such a long time to write a book that they can live with.Ryan lives on a tiny island, sometimes not even shown on maps, where his only friends are animated drawings and disembodied voices. And since everything in the outside world is boring to him, he took a journey inwards with some of his own made up characters.Enter "The Legacy Series," a story about a cursed wizard with a huge magical handicap, a talking demonic cat and an evil twin sister as they save the world from evil in its various forms.According to his colleagues, manager, and whip-bearer, Ryan is horribly addicted to what he does. He writes and writes and writes; sometimes forgetting to do those silly things like eat or sleep. Sometimes he looks up and wonders where last night’s starry skies have gone and why are there so many people walking on the street. Sometimes he deludes himself into taking a break, by going to a movie or listening to an album – but when he does, he is watching and listening, absorbing ideas and inspirations. Sometimes he even watches you, waiting in the shadows, in darkest recesses of your mind.Ryan would like to declare that he should not be taken seriously. He is one of those annoying and slightly insane people who have conversations with wisps of air and write their Author’s Note in the third person.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 2, 2013

    Boring

    This reads like it was written by a fifteen year old who read a few magic books. The use of written dialect makes no sense with the location and it makes the dialog hard to follow. Glad it was free.

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