Pack - Vengeance is Mine
PACK II...VENGEANCE IS MINE.Disturbing fantasies of revenge have been smouldering deep inside the ember-fuelled minds of the more discontented pack members.It may mean going against the way in which Ral has cautiously nurtured his pack to exist in this world. However, bitterness has gestated into hatred and hatred has evolved into a dark hunger, with which they're only too familiar.Will any of them survive to secure the satisfaction they so desperately crave? None of them really know. Some don't even care.Although, there is still one singular issue which all of them would, without a shadow of a doubt, entirely agree on.Now it's their time, for... VENGEANCE.The second book in The Pack series by James B. Peartree is a fast paced, adrenaline, rush from start to finish.
- Paperback | 286 pages
- 133 x 203 x 16mm | 327g
- 08 Dec 2017
- Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
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About James B Peartree
James grew up in Stratford, East London and, for his sins, or by the 'Grace of God' as he describes it, is a devout West Ham United supporter. James attended St Bonaventure's Roman Catholic school in Forest Gate and counts himself fortunate, to have had the pre-knighted Sir Michael Wilshaw as his Headmaster. After being thrown out of O' level literature for refusing to read Great Expectations, James readily admits that he'd probably have sat even fewer exams if it wasn't for his 'Legend of a Headmaster', who constantly put his students' needs before anything else. James took up writing from an early age. He's always wanted to redefine the Werewolf myth, to push the parameters of what it is to be a Werewolf but not destroying it with the proverbal 'silver bullet!'. Werewolves are his favourite mythological beast and with his first book 'Pack - The Three Moons', the first of a trilogy, he has fashioned a new sub-genre 'Dysturban Fantasy.' The second book in the series, Pack - Vengeance is Mine, was published in the December of 2017. James is also working on an idea for a dark Sci-Fi novel, which he assures us is unlike anything that has gone before. James comes from a modest working-class background and is proud of it. Although he believes that what he never had in material trappings, evened itself out by having two great sisters, the most beautifully natured mother and the most protective and loving father. James credits any good qualities of his own to them. James hopes one day his own children will be as proud of him for his creative efforts as well as his parenting.