The Legend of the Firewalker

| October 16, 2013

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The Legend of the Firewalker

“Give this book a try! From the very beginning you’re going to get thrown into scenes that are down right creepy. Mr. Bevil seems to enjoy eliciting some of our instinctive fears of the dark, and the unknown.” Amazon Reviewer
“This book was well written and I read it pretty fast! I loved Nathan’s dialogue and the things he would say while hanging out with his friends was hilarious. Right away this story starts off interesting and kept me wanting to read more. ” Goodreads Reviewer
Back of the Book

A black hooded figure suddenly appeared behind her. She gasped and her brown eyes grew wide. Nathan watched helplessly as a small trickle of blood fell from her mouth. Other hooded figures appeared; their silver swords clutched upright against their chests. Nathan held tight to her lifeless body while trying to fight back the tears that swelled in his eyes. “No,” he cried. “No!”
Nineteen-year-old Nathan Urye is supposed to be having a relaxing summer as a camp counselor but ever since he started having nightmares about a beautiful girl being hunted by flesh-clawing monsters, his life has been anything but normal.
Soon, Nathan discovers that the sleepy college town of Cahokia Falls is far from ordinary when two unexplained deaths rock the town and campus. Who or what is behind the murders? Does it have anything to do with the newly-discovered cave symbol? And what about the spine-chilling campfire stories about ancient tribal beliefs and mystical legends?
For Nathan Urye, things just keep getting creepier and creepier, and now it appears that everyone at camp is in danger…

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