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Trevor, a young scientist, suddenly finds himself facing an evil so big, that for a person like you and I it would be impossible to grasp.
After a yearly family reunion, a distant cousin is under the curse of a long-deceased ancestor and memories, super-human powers and dangers come crashing down on Trevor.
Why is his girlfriend trying to kill him? How come he is seeing ghosts and talking with them? Why is he living the last moments of someone else? Why does everyone around him seem to know and remember things that he is completely oblivious to?
Almost against his will (willpower is something that he hadn’t had for year) Trevor is fighting off deamons.
The Halley Branch is a page-turner and the second full-length novel by Trent P. McDonald. Initially published on his blog over a few weeks, the story of supernatural and difficult family relations was turned into a full-length and full-depth novel. I do not in the slightest regret having read both, and I must say the final version is just brilliant.
What if some of us had powers to hurt, heal, work efficiently, communicate halfway across the world without using any mechanical means of communication?
I can only recommend this book to you. Okay if crypts and ghosts aren’t for you then I am sad to say you will be missing out on a great story. So, all “that’s not my genre” talk aside, give this book a go and you’ll see you too will sometimes think that you are Trevor.
Just remember events echo back and forth through time.
Where to find the book?
And the author?
Trent P. McDonald is a self-published author, check out his blog Trent’s World.
I have also had the immense pleasure to have Trent as a guest over the past few years. In Santa’s Shadow, He Knows When You are Sleeping, The Christmas Storm, The Longest Day, Christmas, 24x7x365, The Truck Stop
Now, that the presents are all unwrapped, that the bird is eaten and that you are wondering how you are going to survive the excess that comes with New Year’s Eve, it’s time for me to say thank you.
Thank you for making the 4th edition of the Advent Calendar a success! So many people contributed, read, commented that I am certain that there will be a 5th edition next December. Are you up for it?
I hope that everyone enjoyed themselves, made friends, discovered writers, artists, bloggers…
But until next December, here is the overview of the 4th edition:
Day 1: Chocolate Countdown by Tara Paray
Day 2: In Santa’s Shadow by Trent P. McDonald
Day 2: Letters to Santa by Solveig Werner
Day 3: The Advent Calendar by Geoff Le Pard
Day 4: Why You Should Learn to Communicate Better With Your Spouse by Holly Geely
Day 5: Silent Night by Rowena Curtin
Day 6: Christmas Traditions by Kelli King
Day 7: Christmas Sonnet by David Tremayne-Smith
Day 8: A Unique Christmas Ornament by Gary Wilson
Day 9: Snow and Smiles by Melanie Noell Bernard
Day 9: Gifts for a bookish friend by Stephanie Augustine
Day 10: Magic Castle by Solveig’s Daughter
Day 11: He Knows When You are Sleeping by Trent P. McDonald
Day 12: Celebrating the little things we love about Winter by Chloe Romengas
Day 13: Nagging Questions by Solveig Werner
Day 14: All I want for Christmas … by Beaton
Day 15: Snow by Solveig Werner
Day 16: Christmas 2018 (after Betjamen) by Geoff Le Pard
Day 16: Christmas Critters by Tara Paray | Advent 2018
Day 17: Operation Santa Claus by Corina Carrasco
Day 19: A Child at Heart by Angela Guidolin
Day 20: The Greatest Gift by Solveig Werner
Day 21: Christmas Away From Home by Katharina Barten
Day 22: Magical, Boozy, Nutty Christmas Cake by Marjorie Mallon
Day 23: There’s Always One by Holly Geely
Day 24: Christmas in Rhyolite, Nevada by S.D. Gates