by D. H. Nevins


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ISBN-13: 9780987761200
Publisher: Black Wraith Books
Publication date: 09/20/2011
Pages: 418
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.85(d)

About the Author

D. H. Nevins earned a Bachelor of Arts from The University of Windsor and a Bachelor of Education from Brock University. As a teacher, she had spent years encouraging students to write before she decided to follow her own advice. Two years later, she published "Wormwood." She lives in a rural part of Ontario full of forests and lakes, and incorporates her personal experiences and beautiful scenery into her works.

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Wormwood 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Anonymous 12 months ago
I love a good post apocalyptic love story. This was just that. It was wonderfully crafted to reveal a depth that not many authors can get right. the dark edge of the story keeps you on the edge of your seating wanting to know more in the dangerous world the leading characters find themselves in. I look forward to the next book in the series. There is so much creative depth in the building of this world. It wont disappoint you.
lauralovesreviewingLT More than 1 year ago
The first chapter introduces you to Kali. She is a trail guide at Pinecrest National Park. A quiet hike up to her favorite spot, Lookout Peak, starts out normally enough, but a light breeze quickly becomes a tree snapping gale. The once clear skies have turned a heavy grey-black, the clouds tumbling over each other as they race towards her. This would not be so bad if the woods had not suddenly gone silent. Not a sound could be heard. The winds had stopped and all was still. Not even a bird song was heard. Into this silence came a rumbling that turned into a roar. The ground began to vibrate under her feet and she could see something was coming. The trees started to shake and then to fall, the ground began to roll. Kali ran. The earth twists and buckles as she tries to reach the safety of Lookout Peak. Trees and shrubs reach out as if to grab her. She sees her goal and rushes forward. Stillness. All around her the earth is raging. Great rents appear, lava flows up from below, the skies open up and rain and hail lash down, but from her vantage point all she feels is a mild tremor under her feet. How can this be? Kali wants to move out from under the overhanging rocks and edges around them to a clear space. The rocks could fall at any moment. There is a campfire burning. She is not alone up here. A quick look around reveals a figure standing on the cliffs edge, his arms stretched out towards the devastation that is still raging below. Tiamat. I tell ya, I was not prepared for this. I was exhausted from the tension I experienced following Kali’s mad dash to safety. My description is just a wee bit of what she goes through. I am so excited just thinking about what I want to tell you. This happened and that happened! And what? I have never read a story quite like this. There is so much going on. The story raced to its conclusion, leaving me stunned. At times I was scared. Other times I was so mad. And at one part, I realized I was crying, and it hurt. D. H. Nevins has written a fantastic story of the end of the world and the last survivors. Perhaps this description is too simple, but I hesitate to tell much of the story. I want you to read it like I did. Unprepared and wide-eyed. I want you to get to know each character and discover just what is really causing all the destruction. I hope when you read Wormwood, you’ll tell me how it made you feel. Did you experience it like I did? A huge Thank You to the author for an extremely well written story in which to immerse myself.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Angels are the primary focus of this book. Its an excellent read.