Lost Souls: Canadian Mayhem [NOOK Book]

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One dreadful night at the home of Jason and Joan Smith, Thayer Smith stands before a mirror and discovers his true identity. Who is this young man looking in the mirror? His eyes turn completely black as a big top hat appears on the top of this head along with his attire to that of the 19th Century. A big sword appears at his feet along with two daggers that possess supernatural and paranormal powers. To feel that the awesome power of the word, Thayer picks up the sword to feel its awesome power. While holding ...
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Lost Souls: Canadian Mayhem

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Overview

One dreadful night at the home of Jason and Joan Smith, Thayer Smith stands before a mirror and discovers his true identity. Who is this young man looking in the mirror? His eyes turn completely black as a big top hat appears on the top of this head along with his attire to that of the 19th Century. A big sword appears at his feet along with two daggers that possess supernatural and paranormal powers. To feel that the awesome power of the word, Thayer picks up the sword to feel its awesome power. While holding the sword in his hands, he could feel a powerful surge of anger run through his body. Dying of curiosity, he picks up one of the daggers and weirdly it glowed with an eerie red light and a supernatural compels Thayer to kill his parents. Loud snoring came out of his parent's room. His father Jason snored the loudly as Joan nestled herself closer to her husband. With sweat rolling off his brow, Thayer picked up the sword which controlled his every move and walked into his parent's bedroom. Raising the sword high in the air, he brings it down and brutally murders his parents as commanded by both the sword and supernatural dagger. Both of his parents barely alive and trying to save their own lives struggled as their son carves an X in each of their foreheads. The magical dagger readily consumes both of their souls. At that exact moment, faint memories surfaced of murders committed in 1888 come into his mind. In fear of his grandparents, Mike and Nancy Smith, Thayer realizes that they were his natural enemy. It was time for him to flee to avoid being arrested for his parent's murders. A blond petite woman walks in the room where Thayer stood. She held a dagger just like the bloody one currently being held in his hands. All of his memories finally came to him. He realizes that he is the most infamous and brutal serial killer in history. Thayer was a newly reincarnated 'Jack the Ripper.' With the bloody dagger in hand, Jack the Ripper introduces himself to this unknown female. Once introductions were made, Thayer meets up with Karla Homolka and flees the scene of the crime with Karla. Paul Bernardo sat in the pilot seat of a private plane ready for them to flee the United States and fly to Etobicoke Canada. Jack realizes that he has just been introduced the infamous 'Ken and Barbie' serial killers of Canada, which makes him feel right at home as they flee the country to setup residence in Etobicoke Ontario Canada. Upon arrival in Etobicoke, he meets up the infamous Patrick Kelly, the former RCMP cop that has been convicted of pushing his wife off the Palace Pier right in Etobicoke. Right away Jack realized that he needed to increase the size of his team. With Paul Bernardo, Karla Homolka, Patrick Kelly, the team didn't seem big enough. Using his newly discovered powers, he travels back in time and recruits Robert Pickton, the Canadian version of 'Jack the Ripper'. He liked to kill prostitutes and drug dealers, which made him, fit right in to Jack's group. Still feeling like that isn't enough, he finds Clifford Olson, a killer and rapist in the Canada area. With his new team, he plans to cause havoc and complete terror on the citizens of Etobicoke. After discovering Jason and Joan murdered, his grandparents realize that their dealings with Jack the Ripper weren't over. Mike and Nancy Smith along with Harold and Angie Otterman fly to Etobicoke Ontario Canada. They focus on a plan to stop Jack from causing havoc to the citizens of Etobicoke and abroad. It was their mission in life to stop a new reign of terror in the streets of Etobicoke and abroad. The main theme of this literary work is to bring a historical serial killer back to life and cause havoc and obtain immortal life by use of the Lost Souls Legacy, which is an evil curse discovered by Harold and Mike two decades prior. The characters are real and the all of the research of the settings, historical events of Etobicoke have been researched to show authenticity of Etobicoke. The scenes are surreal and the characters put you on the edge of your seat biting your nails and in fear of what's going to happen next. This story is a pure mixture of Bram Stoker and Stephen King. With its addictive storyline, you will be clamouring at the end of this work for another instalment of the Lost Souls series.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940014681728
  • Publisher: Club Lighthouse Publishing
  • Publication date: 3/28/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 483 KB

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