Nicole Arlyn is a writer and an actress born in Brooklyn, NY. She has worked in films such as Clay Pigeons, opposite Joaquin Phoenix; The Wedding Planner; and Brooklyn Bound, among many others. She has performed, written and directed theatre productions in New York, Los Angeles, and Europe. She has also read her poems in many poetry lounges in Europe and America and is a song lyricist for musicians.
After living in Rome, Italy, for the past several years, Nicole has returned to New York City where she lives with her husband and son. She is at work on more novels.
Finally at the ending of her difficult journey, Sadie must listen to and learn from the message in yesterday’s cries as they grow louder and louder—but in order to do this she must dive back into it all, far enough back until she returns home.
Readers can finally join Sadie as her epic journey concludes in this final installment of The Sugarspear Chronicles.
This book is intended for mature audiences and contains disturbing content that may cause the reader to delve into his or her own land of fantasy…just like Sadie.
This ebook contains the twenty-fourth, twenty-fifth, and twenty-sixth novellas in Nicole Arlyn’s epic dark fantasy series, The Sugarspear Chronicles.
“This book is to the literary world now what Wes Anderson films are in a world full of Magic Mike movies. It will challenge you…But if you open your mind and stretch back to the bygone era of literary symbolism that was Faulkner’s As I Lay Dying, you will appreciate the shining jewel that is this book.” —A.D. Marrow, author of Chaos and Moonlight, Book One of the Order of the Nines series
Holding Alasdair’s treasured love letter in her hands, she battles through through the clutches of Raebos and Faegria. But once she reaches the castle, all she finds are dark hallways, closed doors, and empty rooms.
A broken-hearted man named Hugo and a mysterious stranger named Marcel promise to lead Sadie to the man sitting on the throne, the one who will grant wishes. But in return, Orphanos will want what she holds most dear…This book is intended for mature audiences and contains disturbing content that may cause the reader to delve into his or her own land of fantasy…just like Sadie.