The first novel in the Louhi Chronicles. “The Little Green Fairy came to take me away, but I did not want to play!” This cryptic message, written in blood on the walls of a motel, is the first hint of the mysterious events plaguing a rural area buried in a sea of murders, arson and inexplicable behaviors. Tony Anderson, at the end of his rope, facing a shattered life, had decided to commit suicide. The plan is interrupted when he resists an attempt by a horrifying creature to take control of his soul. A creature frighteningly familiar to him, as it resembles the tales his long dead grandfather from Ireland, about “the little people”. Propelled into a world where a mysterious doorway has opened with dreadful nightmares climbing into his small town, Tony is sucked into events beyond his control. Along the way, a deputy sheriff with a tormented past, an escaped mental patient, a mysterious blacksmith, and a severe alcoholic, each unaware of the other, are pulled into this frightening tale of alternate worlds, ancient gods, and a great evil emerging which threatens the very existence of the human race.
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Jaime Allison Parker was born and raised in a small town in the delta regions of Mississippi. In addition to an interest in folklore, myths and urban legends, she also has a passion for road trips and the many eccentricities they offer. Storms of the Distant North is the first in a planned trilogy of a much longer set of tales, known as the Louhi Chronicles. After the debut of her first novel, Delta Highway, Jaime decided to further explore her passions for mythology, and thus Storms of the Distant North was born.
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