Benny's Story: A Werewolf Fantasy Adventure: Scientist
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A short introduction
No-one believes what 5-year-old Bennett Asherton spotted among the dense brush in the lowly rural town of Lindlow. Fourteen years later, he is determined to bring to light old memories, devoting his young life to prove what he saw that night was not just a tale brought about from his vivid imagination. But perhaps some memories are better left in the past.
19-year old Benny is an ordinary kid with an ordinary life and ordinary hobbies, like collecting any and all images of canids he can find and dragging his best friend out on full moons. So, when a strange shop selling lupine collectibles shows up in the small town of Lindlow, NY, Benny's interest is piqued. He can't resist the opportunity to add to his collection. But what he finds in that shop unearths a horrible truth that may have been better left untouched.
Will Benny be able to let the past fade to fiction? Or will it come alive in the form of his worst fear?
Benny's Story is the prequel to Robin Nemesszeghy's Scientist & Girl Series. Read for exciting – and sometimes terrifying – encounters with werewolves, shapeshifters, and mythical beasts in a world where magical realism reigns free.
Robin Nemesszeghy writes magical realism and science fantasy books filled with loads of action and adventure. She enjoys weaving elements of the fantastical into realistic settings and exploring the minds of her characters. Living a stone's throw away from a quiet wooded cemetery and park, when she's not writing, you can often find her wandering the area and dreaming up her next big adventure.
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