Nate Bourdain and his friends are thrilled to discover an ancient book of magic hidden in the school library - they now have the means to stand up to villains that make high-school life such a battle. But when the book's dark magic releases a fictional killer into the real world, the teens must prove they have what it takes to be heroes, or fall as bloody victims in their own horror story turned real.
|Publisher:||Cat & Bean Publishing|
|Product dimensions:||5.25(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.67(d)|
About the Author
Kevin T. Johns grew up in a small Ontario town, reading comic books, watching horror movies, and playing guitar in punk rock bands. After studying film and English literature in university, he co-founded an arts and culture magazine, where he was a contributing writer and senior editor for several years. He lives in Ottawa with his wife and two daughters. The Page Turners is his debut novel. Look for books two and three of The Page Turners Trilogy.
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The Page Turners: Blood based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
THE PAGE TURNERS: BLOOD is the first book in The Page Turners trilogy about a group of outcast teenage boys who discover a book of magic spells in the school library. They think they've finally found a way to fend off their personal demons (in whatever form they take), but they unwittingly release a killer into the world. Nate Bourdain, Spencer Killick, and Danny Fitch learn quickly how much easier it is to enjoy the supernatural via their chosen media versus fighting it in real life. I think THE PAGE TURNERS: BLOOD will appeal to the geek in all of us; showcasing elements of horror, fantasy, action, and even romance. Due to the story being told in the third-person, we’re able to have insight into more characters than only the narrator if it was first-person, which I thought worked very well. I truly believe this story works so well because of the way the author brings the deep fears and longings of the characters to life. THE PAGE TURNERS: BLOOD is a book which I can recommend for all people who remember how lonely and awkward being a teenager was and for those who are going through this time in their lives now.