A Shadow in the Moonlight

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About the author:
In 1998, Joshua Blum wrote and illustrated an early draft of his first novel, "The Thirteenth Hour," inspired by his love of 1980s fantasy and science fiction movies, fairy tales, archery, and martial arts. He finally had the time to publish it sixteen years later. In the interim, he graduated from Princeton and Penn State Universities. He is grateful to his parents for instilling in him a love of learning, his brother for keeping him young, and his wife and daughter for their love. He is currently working on his next novel and hosts a weekly podcast (available free on iTunes @ apple.co/1S3FBWi)

A Shadow in the Moonlight

A Thirteenth Hour Prequel

Authored by Joshua Blum
Edition: 1

"The moon shone brightly overhead, blanketing everything in a soft white glow. A perfect moon to accompany all that hunted by night..."

In this gothic prequel to "The Thirteenth Hour," a young hunter accidentally interrupts a wizard's spell, turning him into a living shadow only able to venture out by night, unable to interact with others, and doomed to spend the rest of eternity hunting an elusive, ethereal deer night after night. Help and danger collide when he encounters an injured runaway, and he must decide if he is strong enough to brave the light.

A prequel to the "The Thirteenth Hour," followed by "Falling Leaves Don't Weep," a short story epilogue to "The Thirteenth Hour." Approximately 11,000 words.

Publication Date:
1508941106 / 9781508941101
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Binding Type:
US Trade Paper
Trim Size:
6" x 9"
Black and White
Related Categories:
Fiction / Gothic

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