Told the Wind
Amber Quill Press --
Writing as T.K.
ISBN: 1-59279-733-4 (Paperback
A new nail-biter from the 2001EPPIE Award
Winner for Horror.
A finalist for the 2002 EPPIE!
The island comes and goes...but
the evil is always present...
Jackson and Sabrina, the central
characters from the Eppie Award-Winning
Butterfly House, reunite to fight a thousand-year-old god who
won't die and a group of townspeople who may know more than they're
saying about the island that isn't always there.
In the depths unfathomable,
something terrible moved. The breath of the undead one who had no
name, the formless wind beneath the waters that caused no waves,
stirred to a semblance of life in silence. Soon...soon...soon the
sinews would begin to form again, soon, none too soon for he that
was and is and will be once again.
But for now there was only unseen
breath and the stirrings of thought to mark the return of the one
they called Tocayo-a, the Namesake, lest by calling him his name
they summon him again.
Summoned or not, the undead one
had vowed he would return.
Now the first suspicion of that
vow's fulfillment wafted on the currents of the deep.
Intangible, inaudible, invisible
currents of beginning consciousness...and memories...of a time
What people are saying about NOBODY TOLD THE WIND...
"Once again T. K. Sheils
demonstrates his considerable story-telling ability, combining Mayan
legend with the paranormal to create a grim and deadly tale. Sheils'
story succeeds on a number of levels. His prose mesmerizes the
reader, slowly revealing an ever-growing horror. Other readers,
seeking only a story that delivers an entertaining plot, will be
riveted by the twists and turns of this careful narrative. With
compelling characterizations, a well-crafted plot that the reader
won't be able to put down, and the perfect touch of levity at just
the right moments, Nobody Told The Wind comes very highly
recommended."—Cindy Penn, WordWeaving Reviews
"Fast-paced and creepy!...Sabrina
and Jackson make an exceptional paranormal investigating team,
similar to a reverse Scully and Mulder from the X-Files.
Sabrina has seen it all and does not have a hard time believing,
while Jackson tends to be more skeptical at first. Toss in a
sprinkling of sexual tension between the two, and you have a
stunning story. Prepare for a fast-paced and creepy story full of
twists, mystery and action. Mystery and horror fans alike will adore
Nobody Told The Wind."—Tracy Farnsworth, EBook Nook