Why Do We Lock Trevor in the Basement Sometimes?
THE REVIEWS FOR THE SOLSTICE SAGA ARE IN...
"Bryan Dull has produced a very successful debut novel, I would most definitely recommend to paranormal & horror lovers!"~Bex& Books Blog
"Solstice provides a great deal of action, horror, friendship & aspects of love. Pretty much ticking all of the boxes"~ Addicted to Books Book Review Blog
"I have to say this was one of the most creative & dark vampire books & I loved that about it."
~Delphina Reads Too Much Blog
"A fantastical story which faces one, and even more, of our evils in today's society."
~Lovetiggi Book Reviews Blog
"An action-packed race to the finish line." ~Lisa Rayns (author of A Destined Death)
"Gripping... Leaves you wanting more!" ~Mary Ting (bestselling author of the Crossroads Saga)
"This story had me laughing, crying, and gripping my seat every inch of the way."
~Beth Wright (author of Vultar's Heart, Body and Soul Mate Series)
2020 SILVER MEDAL WINNER FOR BEST HORROR!
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Emily Sinclair is a teacher in seclusion, reeling from the loss of several of her third-grade students by the hands of a shooter that opened fire on several classrooms within Marie-Glen Elementary. While dealing with the anxiety of leaving her home and facing the people of the town, Emily is terrified by what is waiting for her outside that takes the shape of shadowy figures resembling her deceased students and the ghostly kids that she refers to as “the pales” that get closer to her with every step she takes. With her sanity in question, Emily seeks help from a psychiatrist, Paul Cusick, as she tells her story of being an educator of children that seemed unteachable to that fateful day in October. However, sometimes what we perceive as reality is skewed.