Tuesday, 28 January 2014

Prizm In Perspective: The Twilight Gods

Every day this week, I'll be showcasing novels from Prizm Books. Oooh... Dickensian!

The Twilight Gods

The Twilight Gods

London during the Great Exhibition of 1851 is a new world of technological advances, eye-popping inventions, and glimpses of exotic treasures from the East. For fifteen-year-old Norris Woodhead it’s a time of spectral figures mingling with London’s daily crowds, and an old rectory in a far corner of the English countryside, a great house literally caught in time, where answers to curious little mysteries await him. Confined by his family’s financial woes, Norris suffers a lonely and unsatisfying time till the day he (and only he) notices “shadow-folks” in the streets. Then a strange widow appears, rents a vacant room in the house, and takes him under her wing. She becomes his guardian, slowly revealing those shadows’ secrets, Norris’connection with them, and the life-altering choices he has to face in the end.

The Twilight Gods is a retelling of Native American folktale called“The Girl Who Married a Ghost.” Set in Victorian England, it’s an alternative perspective on a gay teen’s coming-out process, with Norris’ journey of self-discovery couched in magical and supernatural terms and imagery.

by Hayden Thorne
233 / Words: 58700
ISBN: 978-1-60370-815-9, 1-60370-815-4
Genre: GLBT, Historical, Paranormal/Horror
Age Rating: Edgy Young Adult
Ebook zipped file contains: html, Adobe and Sony optimized pdf, prc, epub
Available in print at: Amazon.com

Read an excerpt at http://www.prizmbooks.com/zencart/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=1&products_id=39

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