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Book Blitz: Shadows That Speak

Horror

Date Published: December 12, 2021

 

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Daniel Manley did not experience a single moment of human kindness when
cast out as a child onto the merciless cobblestone streets of 19th century
London.

One unsympathetic evening, while he lay cold and alone in a dark alley, he
pleaded for death over living his abhorrent life a single moment longer.
Upon taking his last gasp of frigid air, a mysterious voice emanates from
the alley’s darkest corner, stopping his despair. Daniel scans the darkness
for the voices’ origination.

His fear turned to optimism as he takes solace in the words spoken by his
newfound savior, ‘Father.’ Guided by Fathers, ‘sound advice,’ Daniel does
his bidding, reigning terror on all who cause society’s ruination.

Is Father a figment of his imagination, or is he possessed by a dark beast
that feeds on his unanswered prayers?
 

 

About the Author

Brigitte, “Gitte,” Tamar was born in a small rural Oregon town.
Growing up, she was enthralled by scary tales featuring poetic tones and
consistently gravitated towards writing darkened narratives. In the
different storylines, Brigitte explores the harsh realities of social issues
faced by today’s generations. This includes the dark outcomes brought on by
peer pressure, addiction, homelessness, mental illness, childhood trauma,
and abuse. She feels it is essential to share narratives that refrain from
sugarcoating the topics society tends to shy away from.

 

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This blog was created by Denise in September 2008 to blog about writing, book reviews, and technology. Slowly, but surely this blog expanded to what it has become now, a central for book reviews of all kinds interviews, contests, and of course promotional venue for authors, etc

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