As if being a high school student isn't already hard enough, Bobby Hawthorne and his best friend, Angelina Dellapicallo, struggle to understand the emerging secrets of magic -- secrets strictly guarded by Bobby's overprotective mother and her friends. The unexpected appearance of his spirited grandfather, though, sets in motion a series of events that sweep the young teens down a dangerous path, one inhabited by an ancient evil that threatens not only Bobby and Angelina but their whole community of witches as well.
Pixies can't stop the hellhounds . . . but they have sounded the alarm . . . and the magic users must respond . . .
This collection is comprised of selected writings penned between 1998 and 2008 while the author lived in Philadelphia, PA, Germantown, MD, and at his current residence. It includes poems and verses on topics ranging from sex, love, hate, depression, and obsession; to addiction, fear, death, confusion, and self-abuse. The collection examines the fine line we walk between what society views as acceptable self-control, and what experts would categorize as clinical insanity. Foremost, each entry allows for self-interpretation while keeping the reader's focus locked into a given idea, which in return injects the main point of the entry in question.
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