Direwood (Hardback)
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Direwood (Hardback)

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Hardback 288 Pages / Published: 17/10/2022
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Aja and Fiona live in Glen Hills, a small town plagued by a mysterious fog. At night it rains black stones and a pair of vampires roams the town. With so many perils lurking in the night, everyone in town observes a curfew. But when her older sister disappears, Aja follows a vampire through the fog and into the forest to find her. There, Aja discovers the vampires' lair in a ruined church, filled with her former classmates, most of them turned into enthralled servants. Now Aja, along with her friend Nico and ex-BFF Mary, must face their own differences and work together to escape. But while Aja tries to find and save her friends, her sister, and herself, she must also come to terms with her own secret truth: she's fascinated by the very monster who lured her in.

Publisher: Page Street Publishing Co.
ISBN: 9781645676126
Number of pages: 288
Weight: 300 g
Dimensions: 208 x 135 x 25 mm

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Inkslinger

“Cool gothic elements, could use some character development.”

You had me at velvet-clad vampire.

I loved Padraic, both the name and the aesthetic of him as a character. He's easily my favorite part of the story and whenever he enters a scene it's automatically more... More

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