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Book details
  • Genre:DRAMA
  • SubGenre:General
  • Language:English
  • Pages:192
  • Paperback ISBN:9798350924404

Ghostly Remains/Where Wolves Come to Play

by S.S. Fafth

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"Ghostly Remains" is a (non-fiction) verbatim account of his New Orleans tour of 'Ghost and Bones in New Orleans' Homes' from 2002-2005. "Where Wolves Come to Play" is a (fictional) supernatural love story between a werewolf and his woman who is devoted to him even beyond the grave. Several short stories carry the ideas of a VooDoo curse, a young girls gypsy fire and a selection of dark and sometimes humorous poetry.
"Ghostly Remains" is a non-fiction, verbatim account of a New Orleans tour, retelling experiences and sightings from people of all walks of life, spanning the city's near 300 year history. A favorite and a must for all who visit or live in the Crescent City. Over 60,000 guests were entertained by these stories from 2002-2005. "Where Wolves Come to Play" is a fictional love story between a cursed professor and his true soul mate who literally stops at nothing to save her man's immortal soul and the people of their town. A supernatural thriller mystery. Several short stories of gypsies, ghost houses and voodoo are offered, along with a charming collection of dark and humorous poetry, that makes this book an interesting diversion from pretty much everything else you have going on. Read this on a dark evening and see each word as a brush stroke on a fine old painting.
About the author
A true Southern Gentleman and Renaissance Man. Born in New Orleans in 1953. He is respected in many art mediums and is as genuine as they come. Once described as a 'man who walks in two worlds', he works his craft from his heart, his memory, dreams and experience to deliver a stir to the imagination with deep passion and a warm taste of humor. Don't read his stories as you would a book, for he uses his words as rare paint. Read as you would an epic poem, a sculpture or a fine ink rendering. See his stories as "Verbal Illumination".