Saturday, January 3, 2015

CATCH THIS GREAT INTERVIEW BETWEEN JG FAHERTY AND THE EAT SLEEP WRITE INTERVIEW!

The Eat Sleep Write Interview: Author JG Faherty http://eatsleepwrite.net/fahertyintv via Eat Sleep Write
Interview conducted By ESW
Senior Editor Anna Dobritt
The Eat Sleep Write Interview: Author JG Faherty Interview conducted By Senior Editor Anna Dobritt Author: JG Faherty Book Title: Legacy Genre: Supernatural/Urban Paranormal Country of Origin:...
 
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Catch the great interview between Author JG Faherty and The Eat Sleep Write Interview! The links are above. Also, below, I have placed JG's smiling face for everyone to see, cover art for his new book Legacy, book description, and one of the great reviews for this novel. 
 
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Book Description

December 2, 2014
Some gods demand blood!
Sean Black, a teenage science whiz in a small New England town, leads a pretty normal life...until the night of the storm. After that, nothing is the same. He experiences strange nightmares. He hallucinates about alien creatures and begins to notice weird physical changes in his body, things no one else seems to see. The girl he’s had a crush on for years is acting strange as well, delivering cryptic messages to him that things are not what they seem. When he discovers a secret room in the library, Sean finds himself faced with a life-changing decision, one that could either save the world or plunge it into centuries of death and destruction—with Sean ruling over all.


5.0 out of 5 stars Horror to be Savored and Enjoyed... December 2, 2014
Format:Kindle Edition
I have learned that a new story by JG Faherty is something to be savoured and enjoyed. 'Legacy' certainly falls into that category. This tale of a teenage boy going through a rite of passage like no other is a quick, enjoyable read that pays its dues to Lovecraft as a rich tribute. The pacing, characters and plot leaped off the (electronic) page and moved to an ending that was both rewarding (for the reader, if not for the inhabitants of New Hope!) and scary. Loved it, and I'm looking forward to JG Faherty's next story.

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