In Los Angeles, I would have given anything to go home to Orenda, my world where magic was alive and nature spoke to me. Now that I'm back I feel out of place, burdened with responsibility. The human part of me misses the simplicity of Earth, the mage part begs for connection with magic, and the demon part? I don't want to admit that exists.
As the darkness inside me grows, I'll learn to sacrifice for the greater good, as my people have always done. In order to save my family (both mage and human alike), I must face my nightmare, embrace the demon, and descend into the shadowy world of my enemy-the Hell of the Damned.
Once there, I will have nothing left to fear but myself: Edmund Gavel, human, mage, demon... maybe monster.
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About the Author
So after all this time, I'm a pretty crappy writer.
I have some books published and a bunch half written (when you have eternity, where's the reason to rush?). I've been favorably reviewed by horror greats like Nancy Kilpatrick, and my how-to-write-horror articles have been quoted in scholarly (aka community college freshmen's) papers.
I enjoy the occasional Bloody Mary, although a Bloody Kathy or Susan will suffice.
Mostly, I just try to keep a low profile so people don't figure out who I REALLY am.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
A masterpiece of chaos & intrigue! Holy Wow! Every time I've attempted to put my thoughts & feelings on this book into words it seemed unworthy. There is so much going on here that it's difficult to portray without giving away much. Simply put, it's a masterpiece of chaos & intrigue. I loved Death of the Body, & totally expected to enjoy Death of the Spirit just as much. What I did not expect ... to feel my heart & soul ripped into the most minute morsels only to be pieced back together once again. Everything about this tale is eccentric. Multiple levels of complexity atop an assortment of personas, emotions, & questions. Just when I believed to have it all figured out BAM another explosion of surprises flew our way! I hereby dub thee Chiantaretto ~ The Mastermind. Now to await the next release! Pssst...I do believe a home visit & the importance of being able to walk came up somewhere in our conversations. grin emoticon He assured me that while he's not against having his chores done & being fed the use of limbs was crucial.