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Book details
  • Genre:FICTION
  • SubGenre:Horror
  • Language:English
  • Series title:Convict Grade
  • Series Number:1
  • Pages:340
  • eBook ISBN:9781617924668

Convict Grade

by Azrael Paul Damien

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Overview
Convict Grade, a small town in Montana, attracts tourists due to legends of how the entire community vanished a hundred years earlier. Unbeknownst to the residents, an ancient, evil army is accidentally released once again. The story follows four teens that find themselves face to face with the demons and are thrown into a desperate struggle for survival. Brought together by a strange, common dream, they discover friendship, strength, and love as they fight against the evil horde and uncover secrets from the past to help them prepare for the final, decisive battle, and the fate that awaits them.
Description
Convict Grade, a small town snuggled deep in the rugged mountains of Montana, attracts tourists and seekers of the supernatural due to local legends that tell how the entire town vanished a hundred years earlier. Unbeknownst to the townspeople and visitors who are gathering for the annual festival commemorating the events of that fateful day, an ancient, evil army is once again marshalling beneath their feet. Our story follows four teenagers as they come face to face with the demons that seek to destroy the town, throwing them into a desperate struggle for survival. Hammond, an abused teen with a troubled past, uses his hard-earned survival skills to protect his best friend, Tigger, and their unlikely companions: Sara, a popular cheerleader, and Bailey, a new girl in town, just recently arrived from Australia. Brought together by a strange, common dream, they discover friendship, strength, and love as they fight against the evil horde and uncover secrets from the past that will help them prepare for the final, decisive battle, and the fate that awaits them.
About the author
Azrael Paul Damien was born and raised in Paradise Valley, Montana, and lived in Los Angeles, California during his teenage years. He always had a love for story telling and, from a very early age, made up campfire stories to scare and intrigue his friends. His first published work was a poem, "Ode To Death" which he wrote at the age of 13. Though the poem was well received, he decided not to continue in the path of the poet and after high school, left his writing dreams behind for other pursuits. It wasn't until eight years later when a friend convinced him to write down one of his stories that he returned to writing seriously. That story became what is now the novel "Convict Grade".
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