Pharafaneelya takes you into a place of several symbolic mirrors in several chapters—some mirrors are shattered, cold, and pitch-black. These mirrors and doors only accept fresh dead victims. The young victim in Pharafaneelya is an unlucky teenager girl. She’s a girl whose life has been bent and broken by false mirrors of guidance and lost love. With her virtue taken and forgotten and soul destroyed, she becomes a resident of the asylum of Pharafaneelya, to be consumed and integrated into it due to her heinous crimes committed towards her own family. She’s doomed to be turn into Watchmen to forever serve the asylum. She’s caught forever in a looping fragmented dream world of dreams, dreams which are forever monitored by prying eyes.
Just when you think you know what’s coming next, you get thrown a sharp curve, so prepare yourself for a rollercoaster of a ride.
Look for Weirdens Black Book, The first serious to this book, Pharafaneelya.
Writing books enables me to tell fiction stories in shattered mirrors—mirrors that may have passed through some unlucky soul once and live to tell about it. There’s a positive message in all the stories, and I hope the readers can find it through all the insanity and emotion of the book. Ultimately, having readers that like your creativity and your twisted style of the writing, is enough one could ask for. One can only hope to keep the eager readers neurons firing and their attention glued to the whole story, captured by the shockers in each special chapter—capturing and keeping—the reader a part of the story. I truly want to create books that readers, can, read a long with each other and have fun doing it.
Out for kicks on a dull summer night, a few Puerto Rican boys wander Central Park. Drunk, high, and bored they hack at an old oak tree, and they don’t notice the white-haired couple appear behind them. Murmuring in an ancient tongue, the couple attacks the boys to save the oak. By the time the police arrive, two boys have been slashed to death, and their right hands cut from their bodies.
Rupert and Rowena Comfort are druids, keepers of a religion that is older than civilization itself. For thousands of years they have lived in secret in the wilds of England, until the day that five Americans happen on their village and steal the book of shadows—a witch’s tome passed down by the druids for millennia. Rupert and Rowena will kill to save the book, starting with a spell whose recipe calls for the blood from two severed hands.