When the Devil puts his price tag on your head, you know you have to call upon some very special friends to help you stay alive. Welcome to the world of Emma. Thrown from relative obscurity into a time of being hunted, our young protagonist must transition from modern day to peasant life with difficult choices and a need to adapt. Life on the run takes trust and belief in the power of others, on a vastly changing stage. Emma Plant’s first novel throws the reader into a place where reality is no longer three dimensional. Descriptions of fairies, witches, gnomes and demons paint a picture for anyone who may wish a glimpse beyond the veil. Her characters live in the reader’s imagination beyond the final page, with the promise of a sequel, and potential trilogy in the offing. This new-age fantasy story will appeal to young adults through to senior years and is a page-turner from start to finish.
“A modern history that sounds ancient”
Five Star Review on Amazon By Cliente Amazon
I saw the cover and thought it was about a Middle-Ages-story: a red-haired woman together with a blond one and a child looking down to a valley, colours and shadows, in a word: interesting. I began to read it and the first words were real poetry. Soon I was informed the story does not play in the Middle Ages but nowadays. Emma Plant is able to match reality and fantasy in a credible way and though the dangers the main character must face, there is always a feeling of warmth and hope thanks to incredible friends she has. Really worth reading.
About the Author
Emma Plant is the alter ego of an Italian-German-Canadian dream-traveler. She has a degree with honors in International Relations and has lived in Italy, Germany, France, Switzerland, Spain and the UK. She developed a passion for writing from a tender age, but “For the Devil Has Come With Great Wrath” is her first novel. Today, she can be found in beautiful British Columbia, walking through her wild garden with her beloved canine companions Blue and Lily, looking for raspberries, blueberries and frogs.
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