I want my readers to understand what morality means after they’ve read the book, and to understand that during hard times, they must always follow the good path instead of the evil path no matter how appealing it may be
TORONTO, Ontario (PRWEB) July 21, 2012
Many young adults are fascinated with the Twilight trilogy. But it was the 1994 film, “Wolf,” starring Jack Nicholson as a publisher-turned-werewolf who uses his transformation as a competitive edge in life, that acted as the inspiration for young author Victoria Greene’s new werewolf tale, “Cursed” (published by iUniverse).
The minute Ethan Randall became a werewolf, everything hit rock bottom. Not only does he lose control and kill his rival in a fight, but three more mysterious wolf attacks occur throughout the fictional city of Rivermore. Ethan believes he is the one to blame, however his best friend, Anthony, believes otherwise.
In this exciting, suspenseful tale, Ethan must find a way to protect everyone he cares for before they become victims of the menacing monsters that lurk in the shadows of the night.
Written for pre-teens and teenagers by a 12 year-old author, “Cursed” is an enticing story combining the exciting fantasy of werewolves with a struggle that many young people face: how to make the right decisions in life, and when they don’t, how to get back on the high road once more.
“I want my readers to understand what morality means after they’ve read the book,” explains Greene, “and to understand that during hard times, they must always follow the good path instead of the evil path no matter how appealing it may be.”
About the Author
Victoria Greene attends middle school in Toronto, Ontario. She has enjoyed writing stories in both French and English since she was very young. When she is not writing, Greene enjoys math and computer programming. She completed her first book, “Cursed,” at 11 years old.
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