Author Pens A Pulsating Book That Revolves Around Demons And Evils
BALTIMORE, MD, UNITED STATES, August 13, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — Ten-year-old Heather becomes frightened by the blinding darkness, the chilling nightmares and the demons in her passive neighborhood. The threat is now on for every child in Missouri. Author Joann Harris brings another mind-boggling piece, That Which Should Not Be that will enthrall every reader.
Heather senses the evilness in her schoolmates’ unfilled stares, the darkness festering in their hearts. She sees the uncanny change in the slumbering Missouri. She could only visualize the shimmering of the satanic glow swirling above the railroad tracks in the middle of the dead cold night, and the pulsating evil flickering with the light of hell itself which had drawn the young people of Good Hope to its gleaming core as if they were moths lured to a burning flame.
She encounters a dilemma on how can she warn them, when no one listens to her screams and her petrified cries about the nightmares that turned real. She questions: what does the ornately-feathered wooden mask about two-and-a-half long mean, as it seems to have appeared out of nowhere and it is frightening to the children.
That Which Should Not Be is a novel that promises a suspenseful plot, enormous twist and turns. It is an enigmatic writing that will keep the readers guessing.
About the Author:
Joann Harris was born in Durham, North Carolina and from an early age, she always wanted to write horror. What is it about horror that she finds so tantalizing? For one she finds terror a thrill a minute. Even when she was a teen she taunted her friends and relatives with stories about blood and gore, embellishing on the sordid details as they squirmed and cringed. Harris currently resides in Baltimore, Maryland.
File Size: 812 KB
Print Length: 284 pages
Publisher: JOANN HARRIS (May 31, 2014)
Publication Date: May 31, 2014
Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
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