San Francisco, CA (Vocus) June 2, 2010
From author Leo Gaton comes The Moon Shone Forebodingly at the Countryside Below, a unique literary masterpiece that will surely immerse readers into highly imaginative worlds where they can experience intrigue and excitement.
A great compilation of short tales, this must-read volume deals with peculiar subjects that bring chills to any reader’s spine. It will take readers to a world beyond reality to witness terrifying houses with a thousand doors and strange windows that will excite their senses. This book will take readers on an exciting and suspenseful ride—a distinct experience that will captivate their hearts and stir their imagination. It offers enjoyment to anyone as they discover these charming pieces. Each page of this amazing book comes to life as readers enjoy and feel the thrill in every story.
Through The Moon Shone Forebodingly at the Countryside Below, readers’ excitement for adventuring will be awakened and revived.
The Moon Shone Forebodingly at the Countryside Below will be featured at this year’s American Library Association Annual Book Exhibit in Washington, DC on June25-28, 2010. For more information, log on to Xlibris.com.
About the Author
Leo Gaton was born in Vienna, Austria. He has also lived in different places aside from Vienna, such as Montreal, Quebec, Canada, San Francisco, and Paris where he currently resides. While his fiction is written in English, he composes poetry in English, German, French, and Spanish. He speaks five languages and has smattering of words and sentences of various idioms, which enable him to communicate with people from around the world.
As a professional photographer, he has had as subjects President Jimmy Carter, President Ronald Reagan, former US Attorney General and Senator Bobby Kennedy, and President Ferdinand Marcos of the Philippines.
His wife Simone was an artist, particularly in portraits; and his daughter, Iris, is a classical singer.
The Moon Shone Forebodingly at the Countryside Below * by Leo Gaton
Publication Date: October 21, 2008
Trade Paperback; $ 15.99; 86 pages; 978-1-4363-4467-8
Trade Hardback; $ 24.99; 86 pages; 978-1-4363-4468-5
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