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Publisher's Summary

Full-Time College Student

Part-time Demon Hunter

This is the story of how Henry Halfmoon got caught up in a supernatural mess, how the prophecy of the Demon Star was fulfilled and how the gods chose a normal boy to carry out divine wrath.

An uninspired college student, Henry is being followed by something unseen; a malevolent force that knows who he truly is. With the help of his favorite college professor, his best friend, and an angel of death, Henry peeks behind the vale and sees the world as it really is: A feeding ground for demonic entities, preparing the way for an ancient prophesied evil.

Tying together elements from Christianity, Greek Mythology, and the occult, Henry Halfmoon is a wild ride that will satisfy all listeners.

Henry Halfmoon is the first book in the family of Fringe Mythology Stories.

©2020 Nicholas Goss (P)2020 Nicholas Goss

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You Don't Know What You Don't Know...

...and what you don't know will keep you turning the page or pushing play on the next chapter! The characters in this book feel very real, as if the existence of demons and guardian death angels and the sign of Perseus should be common knowledge here in our own reality. The main character feels like a young Harry Dresden, with a similar outlook on both the world and the supernatural.

But seriously, the plot twists in this narrative are spectacular and will keep you guessing right up through the (un)expected ending. The characters make mistakes and learn from them, the professor teaches instead of doing the work for Henry, the best friend definitely has his flaws - even if his heart is in the right place. And no one save Henry is exactly as they seem.

In the end, you don't know what you don't know, but you'll definitely know that you want to read another Henry Halfmoon adventure!