Today I feature a very good friend whom I met through my book tour project. She is one of the most ardent Wendy Ewurum cheerleaders I tell you. There is not a place on the internet where this lady does not blow my trumpet.
I am just so humbled to have people like her in my life, there is no amount of money you can pay for thsi kind of love and support.
Without futhere ado let us venture into Athens. Mythology is most probably the basis for my love for the paranormal genre. I have been fascinated with the supernatural since i was a little girl and just could not miss and opportunity to pay tribute to a book directly linked to its genesis: The Necklace of Goddess Athena by Effrosyni Moschoudi
Remember: Be Nice, Be Kind (aka) support an indie author.
(I need to put this like in my blog pic seriously, i coined it and i love it.)
Everything around them shook with force and then, a blinding light surrounded them as they were taken through a cyclone of ear-piercing sounds. Phevos held the hand of his sister Daphne inside the forceful vortex of Time.
Neither of them knew where they were headed as they swirled frightened beyond description, their bodies surrendered to the powerful whirlwind. Their eyes were tightly shut to the blinding flashes of light and a sound that resembled a sweeping tornado tortured their ears. In the twenty years of his life, Phevos could never have imagined the intensity of the experience.
Although still captured in this unprecedented storm of light and sound, he managed to recall random pieces from his father’s stories. Efimios, his father and teacher, had described to him hundreds of times his experience of the Passage through Time but Phevos never expected there would come a day that he would experience it himself and at that, in such a different way.
Suddenly, he realized in panic that his sister’s hand had slipped away from his. He started calling out her name but through the roar he couldn’t even hear himself speak.
All at once, there was darkness and a soothing silence and next thing he knew, he was lying on the ground.
A strong buzz still sounded in his ears. It took a few moments to fade as he opened his eyes and tried to gather his wits. His body felt numb at first but he managed to sit up somehow and look around him. The ground felt wet under him and the air smelt of grass.
The moon shone high above on a starry sky with a velvet light that was ample, allowing him to inspect his surroundings quite easily. He was in an orchard.
There were trees, plants and bushes all around him.
Panicking, he realized that he was alone.
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Amazon (UK): https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B00I5GXHCO