Free eBook: Apparitions: A Cult-Horror Classic
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An island off the Irish coast – an island called Inishwrack.A deserted island, but for the Druid remains at the top of a hill – the last sign of a population long dead.It was to this island that “S” brought his eight young followers to set up a shrine to the Guru Pradavana. They turned the remaining broken cottages into roughly habitable buildings, and converted the disused church into a place of meditation.And then Rosemary died. None of the other disciples knew why, nor why “S” had her burned on a funeral pyre. Or was Ursula right: had she merely been in a trance? Had she been burned alive?And who controlled their lives? It began to seem as though the island itself had come alive, as though the recent horror had awakened something far worse, something evil..Praise for Noel Scanlon:”Punchy and pacey: grabs you from the opening and holds you all the way to the last full stop.” – Gordon Thomas, author of The Pontiff.”Noel Scanlon is Ireland’s answer to Stephen King.” – Harry Harrison, author of West of Eden.Noel Scanlon is an Irish writer living in the wonderfully scenic West of Ireland, County Mayo. Though he always wanted to write he started off with a career in international banking in the Middle East and India over a period of twenty years. Though he was mostly in the Middle East he also lived in India in Bombay, Calcutta, and Kanpur in Uttar Pradesh. All of these places provided him with the settings for his novels. Because he didn’t find banking fulfilling on account of always having had a compulsion to write, he gave up banking and went to live in a cottage in Achill, in the west of Ireland.
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