Fall to Domum

Fall to Domum

by J. H. Wear

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Overview

Jon McKinney is anything but an ordinary Boston university student on the path toward a career in computer science, but he's spent his life feeling like he should be more than he is. When he inherits a castle in Ireland from his presumably drowned Uncle Gordon, he leaves behind his education and his girlfriend to see what awaits him on the other side of the world. Once there, he meets the fascinating and beautiful Liz O'Doul and discovers a strange crystal he mistakenly believes is merely a good luck charm. Liz tells him Miller Castle has a long and colourful history of strange creatures lurking about its stone walls, but Jon doesn't believe it...until Liz catches a dwarf named Gilbert trying to steal unmentionables from her suitcase. Jon pursues the creature up the steep staircases of the castle. But, just as he catches Gilbert, the two of them tumble out the window and through a magical gateway.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940163157983
Publisher: Melange Books, LLC
Publication date: 11/26/2019
Series: Castle , #1
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 225,565
File size: 737 KB

About the Author

J. (Jack) H. Wear lives in Edmonton, Alberta with his wife, Lorrie. They have three sons, and two grandsons. Logic notwithstanding, Lorrie blames Jack for the lack of females in the family.

Jack took up writing later than most authors. After finishing a career with Xerox, he soon felt bored and started selling beverages as a liquor agent. Over several glasses of Sauvignon Blanc, he wrote his first novel, submitted it and suddenly became a published author. This astonished everyone, especially every English teacher he had in school.

He continued with writing, adding a trilogy, along with several short stories. Most of his writing is in the fantasy and science fiction genres, although his latest novel is a murder mystery.
His current projects are a science fiction novel, a murder mystery and trying to convince his single sons their mother needs a granddaughter.

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