The shadows of my grave
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Miembro desde 1996
Título: The shadows of my grave
Editorial: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
Condición del libro:New
A successful young publicist, Frank has always had the vague feeling something is missing from his life, something of great importance. This feeling, coupled with a curious nature, leads him to the mystic darkness of a sandalwood-scented room to take part in a paranormal experiment.
Frank finds himself reliving a previous incarnation as Lukas, a young German soldier who falls in love with the fascinating Rose.
Lukas’s attempt to be with Rose ends in tragedy and the revival of an ancient demonic curse. Both lovers lose their lives.
Back in the real world, Frank cannot shake the memory of Lukas’s love for Rose—nor can he escape a feeling of impending doom. Then he meets Rose reborn. Now called Stephanie, she remains the target of the hellish curse. To save her, Frank will risk his very soul. He’ll bring the woman he’s loved for two lifetimes back from the grave, or join her there.
Azaghen Ramasamy’s tale of love in the face of damnation is a supernatural romance mixed with Anne Rice. The Shadows of My Grave hints at the wonders that lie beyond death, and will haunt your dreams long after you turn the last page.
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