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T.W. Malpass, Fallen Gods-Sanctuary 12

No one will ever be able to accuse Mr. Malpass of lacking imagination. This is a classic tale of "good vs. evil". The first installment of what should be an epic saga. The Charles Cradleworth character is as sinister and diabolical a person as you could want; a good stand-in for Satan. Nine other characters, each with their own back-story and unique talents, are eventually joined together in their journeys by the inner voice of a mysterious young girl--joined together in an effort to thwart Cradleworth and the forces of evil bent on destroying the universe... A slow start as the various threads of the characters and their involvement are developed, but a fast acceleration as they come together in their journeys. If you enjoy a complicated and mind-engaging epic, then you'll enjoy this one.-- John C. Laird

About the Book...
From the Official Blurb
Nine strangers, linked by the inner whisperings of a Mysterious little girl. Each must piece together the origins of their other-worldly abilities and the location of the white manor, where they will be reunited, and the questions that have plagued their existence will finally be answered. But someone else marks their every step. The Sinister Mr Cradleworth has other plans for them, plans that could bring about catastrophic consequences, not just for earth, but the whole universe.

This Epic tale covers half the globe, as it follows each Character into the darkest recesses of their soul. Combining eighties-style horror with science fiction, this dark fantasy will take you on a journey you will never forget.

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