Into the Mist: Silver Hand

Into the Mist: Silver Hand

by Steve Finegan

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Into the Mist: Silver Hand by Steve Finegan

In the woods behind the park ... buried beneath the ground ... a secret waits.

Thirteen-year-old Gabe Wrenn has always taken refuge in his imagination. Refuge from his hovering mom and bullying brother. Refuge from the smirks and stares of his classmates. Refuge from his epilepsy. But now his imagination seems to be running wild. And he can’t stop it. And the only person Gabe can confide in is a girl who thinks his “weird brain” is the key to unlocking the secret of the Brynmor Witch. Prepare to embark on an adventure into the misty, shifting boundary zone between fantasy and reality.

“A pleasure to read. Enjoyed it thoroughly. Wanted more.” – Marc Mohan of The Oregonian

“Delightful, captivating, and fascinating…this book is just special, and I highly recommend it.” – Mallory Heart Reviews

“If you still need convincing about the quality of Indie books, then read this.” – Tahlia Newland, Awesome Indies

For young adults (ages 12-18) and up.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940014078184
Publisher: Corvus Media, LLC
Publication date: 01/31/2012
Series: Into the Mist , #1
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 1 MB

About the Author

In addition to being a YA author, Steve Finegan is a seeker of the extraordinary in the ordinary and an avid, eclectic, and voracious reader – with observations, which he occasionally shares on his blog Achieving Wow! Steve writes fantasy fiction in which unlikely young heroes battle isolation, rejection, and worse only to discover that what makes them so different from everyone else, and often miserable because of it, is an extraordinary gift or ability that they come to value and embrace.

Steve lives in Portland, Oregon with his wife, son, golden retrievers Gary and Cooper, one very old Yorkshire terrier named Corkie, and a horse named Jordan, who seems to think he’s a dog.

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