Wooing the Echo: Book One of the Christopher Penrose Novels

Wooing the Echo: Book One of the Christopher Penrose Novels

by Lee Morgan

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Overview

Chasing a ghost and echoes of magic, Christopher discovers the darkness that looms behind desire. Christopher is haunted and hollow with the loss of a friend unlike any other. When a stranger arrives with the secrets of 'Old Craft' sorcery and communion with the dead, Christopher’s fate will be altered forever. On that crooked path the façade of normal life falls away to reveal a world of wonder, but also danger. As the ghosts of the dead stir, what secrets will rise to the surface with them, and will Christopher survive the horror that is love's other face? ‘Wooing the Echo’ is the first in an edgy new series that follows the life of Christopher Penrose. It is a journey into a world of the occult, seething with real, adult and believable magic.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781780998961
Publisher: Cosmic Egg Books
Publication date: 08/16/2013
Pages: 357
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.40(h) x 0.90(d)

About the Author

Lee Morgan is a British ex-pat currently living at the bottom of the world in Van Diemen’s Land, with a partner and two sons. Lee’s writing has been published internationally in the fields of short fiction, poetry and non-fiction.

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BookWormyWorm More than 1 year ago
This book is something else. I mean really - I don't think a novel has ever affected me this deeply before. When it started I was worried it was going to be corny and superficial, but as I stuck with it I realised how deep and rich a tale was unfolding right in front of me. It's haunting, woven through with exquisite prose and insight, and the characters are three-dimensional and relatable. For anyone who is interested in the occult, or just needs a bit of magic in their life, this is the book for you. A warning for the squeamish: there are graphic sex scenes (that ultimately have a purpose, I was happy to discover) . Go buy it, it's worth it.