The Journal of Simon Glenayre

The Journal of Simon Glenayre

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Received in the mail by Bailey Eden Piper and shared with the reader by her, THE JOURNAL OF SIMON GLENAYRE chronicles the dark and terrifying life of musician and poet Simon Glenayre. The Journal of Simon Glenayre is the dark prequel companion novel to Simon's Bridge. In the journal, we witness the realization of Simon's musical gift as a youth, the genesis of his lifelong friendship with Valletta Angelo and the introduction of Bailey Eden Piper into his life. Together with Bailey Eden Piper, we examine Simon's background through his own writings, Including the fight for his soul against Whiteface, his love of music and understanding the mysterious loss of his parents, whose tragic deaths remain a carefully guarded secret to this day. In Simon's journal, he ponders the source of his supernatural tormentor, even asking if his own parents were somehow connected. The journal was thick and leather bound. Now you can see what it once hid from the world: Simon's youthful hopes and dreams, his cocky magnetism as an emerging musical talent and his descent into darkness. Come along, read with us, The Journal of Simon Glenayre. If you dare.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 214 pages
  • 152 x 229 x 12mm | 318g
  • English
  • 0997460369
  • 9780997460360

About D Aaron Smith

Visit D. Aaron Smith at www.daaronsmith.com. D. Aaron Smith was born in the United States but moved away as a child to Europe. Eventually, he would return with his family with many memories and plenty to write about. He studied music on scholarship, but in a moment of unbridled stupidity, left college to pursue playing music on the road. The next few years would be spent performing with VARIOUS cover BANDS THROUGHOUT THE MIDWEST.. d. aARON sMITH enjoys doing the dishes, looking at baskets of unfolded laundry, visiting The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art and raising his daughter in Kansas City, Missouri. You can visit with D. Aaron Smith at www.daaronsmith.com or email him at daaronsmith@live.com.
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