Being a vampire sucks!
In a “coming of age” vampire story, Willow finds herself at odds with both her human and her vampire world. Just when Willow starts to settle into her new life at Stinkforth’s School for the Gifted, she discovers her mother has a dangerous secret that puts the whole family at risk, plunging Willow and her friends into a dark mystery that may well spell the end of the world as we know it.
As she battles with villainous relatives, greedy headmasters, vicious bat-monsters, disgruntled ex-prison warders, miffed pagan gods, not to mention her arch rival Felicity Henderson, who’d stop at nothing to beat Willow in this year’s poetry competition, Willow the Vampire discovers there’s more to her than just fangs and an eye for a good sonnet.
Author Maria Thermann hopes you will enjoy her children’s books set in the fictional county of Stinkforthshire in England. Willow the Vampire and the Sacred Grove is suitable for young readers aged 10 – 12…and anyone who likes their humour black and their vampires feisty!
Maria Thermann’s first children’s book Willow the Vampire and the Sacred Grove is available in paperback format at http://www.amazon.com (ISBN-13: 978-1468114683) and at Kindle: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B007RQMHZ6 and at Bookrix (ISBN 978-37368-2232-0).
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