I don't feel there is any spoilage in this sliver of a read. But consider yourselves warned that you may know a little more than you may want to before you actually read the book. Check out this blog in the coming weeks to find a few more paragraphs from the book before its release date. Taking place at the high schools, homes and neighborhoods of several teenage students, "The Son of Nicholas Namely" is a young adult paranormal thriller that takes place in the dream-world. There are Skinwalkers, Spirits of the dead, Dreamscapers, night-terrors, Sandmen, and more. Daedree is a "Reader" in the dream-world. Though she is not the main character, she can see things and appear to those whose mind she is reading. In this particular excerpt, she is forced to read into the mind of Hunter Savage - a deadly night-terror, who has been the cause of much worry.
...Before too long, Daedree had found him. She quickly hid herself behind a beat up old couch, where a tiny mouse ran across the floor in front of her. She covered her mouth before she could let out a scream. Hunter was in a very dark place, both physically and mentally. Daedree peaked over the couch and could see details within the room that she hoped might be of help to the agents. She then noticed a filthy window that was too difficult to see through. Hunter was in a darker corner of the room, wallowing in his own disgust.
Escaping the scene, Daedree came-too in Mr. Xonder’s room, afraid to go on with the read. “It feels so empty and alone,” she explained, “I don’t know if I can go back.” Holding an emotional tear, she took a deep breath and continued, “There’s not one good thought in that place. There’s nothing but waste and want; I can feel his selfish craving and an abyss of secrets I hope to never know.”
This story is filled with suspense, romance, tragedy and many twists and turns. "The Son of Nicholas Namely" will be followed by three more novels in the "Nicholas Namely" series. The book is complete, but still evolving in the edit stage. For more information, please email me at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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