by Marc Lindsay


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Have you ever wanted to fly?...............
Or be able to see and breathe under water?...............
What about superhuman strength or speed?
Well for 16-year old Jason Page this is now a reality. After inheriting a new house from a mysterious Uncle, Jason and his mother move to the beautiful and quiet town of Perigord.
But even with the emergence of these fantastic powers, Jason has to contend with psychotic students, a shadowy town sheriff, unearthly mercenaries and an ancient prophecy with catastrophic repercussions.
With the help of the beautiful Selene Jaeger and the enigmatic town librarian Ulysses Walker, they must prevent the use of the Gjallarhorn a mystical Norse artifact with the power to raise an unstoppable army during the town's Harvest moon Festival.
Being the new kid in town was never this hard.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780646937380
Publisher: Murder of Crows Publisher
Publication date: 06/13/2015
Pages: 382
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.79(d)

About the Author

Born in 1972, Katherine, NT, Australia. Married with three children I have always loved to read in particular fantasy fiction. My favourite authors include JRR Tolkien, Robert E Howard, Stephen King, Raymond E Feist and the awesome Matthew Reilly. Growing up I was always a bit of a geek, in particular my love of comics and horror movies, something that has stayed with me well into my "mature years".
I was a soldier in the Australian Defence Force for nearly 20 years, having served on operations in Rwanda and East Timor, and later an instructor at the School of Infantry. I'm a qualified cinema graphic make-up artist, having trained under Oscar winner Peter Frampton. I had high aspirations of being the next Tom Savini. I enjoy keeping fit, reading and annoying my kids.
I still love cheesy B grade movies in particular anything with zombies and I love hanging out with my brothers every chance I get, both of whom are successful writers in their own respective fields.
Writing Perigord has been an immensely satisfying journey and one that has yet to reach its final destination.

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