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Wormwood Paperback – September 20, 2011
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"Nevins' novel dives into a journey befitting its laudable female protagonist... with zeal and no reservations." -Kirkus Reviews
"It is hard to stop reading the last 150 pages of the book." -The Frontenac News
"Wow. I actually thought I was out of breath." -R.W. Goodship, author of The Camera Guy
About the Author
D. H. Nevins earned a Bachelor of Arts from The University of Windsor and a Bachelor of Education from Brock University. As a teacher, she had spent years encouraging students to write before she decided to follow her own advice. Two years later, she published “Wormwood.” She lives in a rural part of Ontario full of forests and lakes, and incorporates her personal experiences and beautiful scenery into her works.
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Kali is a wonder character, she is strong, independent and occassionally stubborn. Unfortunately she is in the wrong place at the wrong time. She is a survivor. Tiamat, well I just loved and hated him at the same time. his role is to bring about the world's destruction. A task whch he does not want to complete - so it brings him great sadness.This is a true tale of good vs evil.
This is truly a dark story, which will draw the reader in and maintain their attention from the very beginning.Ms Nevins' writing is simply brilliant. Her developemnt of the plot and the characters is simply flawless. To write about the destruction of a world so poetically is trully a contradiction in itself.
Magnificent. I look forward to reading the next book in this series.
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I’m sure you can tell how much I love this book. The story was literally a roller coaster ride. The happy moments were quickly overshadowed by horrible events, and vice versa. It’s like a reflection of human nature. We are most affected by current circumstances. We love when being loved. We hate when being hated.
We began with a hike in a beautiful forest. Kali knew the area well; her dad started taking her there when she was a young girl. Then came the destruction. Ten years prior, Kali had met and befriended Tiaman in that same area. For both, it was a blessing as well as a curse. Kali was forced to come to terms with her new situation. Tiaman was forced to battle with his inner turmoil. Will either of them win? I’ve finished reading the book and I am still uncertain.
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