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  The Terrors of Wonder

The Terrors of Wonder

A tragicomedy about leadership, identity, and truth.

318 pages.

First Published
on March 15, 2017

Synopsis:  A prominent young child with disturbing visions must overcome an intimate enemy or be lost forever.

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Library of Congress Registration # TX 8-478-249
ISBN (Softcover): 978-0-9859964-4-4
ISBN (Hardcover): 978-0-9859964-8-2
ISBN (Ebook): 978-1-947052-98-7


   A tragicomedy ∆ rife with symbols, savants, and satire,
The Terrors of Wonder reads in the spirit of science fiction.

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One of the world’s most prominent heiresses is about to celebrate her 3rd birthday.  A well-mannered and very precocious child, she is a delight to her parents and their entire household. 
Every year a party of historic proportions is thrown, this year the largest celebration yet.  The party, now as before, is being held in the statistically safest country in the world.  As many gather from around the globe, however, a series of curious crimes slowly begin to disrupt the regular tranquility.
These crimes have been designed to–among other things–rob this girl of her inheritance, placing enough power to rattle the world into eager and willing hands.

Yet, as a consequence of these crimes, someone else begins stalking the girl…someone with an even darker purpose.

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A plateful of truth, leadership, and identity, all seasoned with tragedy; served with a glass of comedy to wash it down.

This 316 page volume includes maps, art, footnotes, appendices, and more.

∆  Tra·gi·com·e·dy
    A style of literature or play that blends aspects of both tragic and comic forms.