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A Dark Hand

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Frederica Williams is the new girl at Trenton High, having just moved to Trenton, New Jersey following the mysterious demise of her parents. There she meets Alex Murnau, a pale and attractive young man who seems delightfully formal, and Darren, who is pretty much the opposite. Almost as if the two of them are meant to represent opposite extremes. At least they're not at al ...more
Kindle Edition, 44 pages
Published July 29th 2013
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This is the debut novella of Oscar Taylor-Kent and is a parody of the supernatural romance genre and Stephenie Meyer's Twilight in particular. Having said that, while it is a parody of Twilight, you can still enjoy this story without knowing anything about it (like I did).
The story is about a teenage girl named Frederica Williams who has moved to a new town to live with her Uncle Toby after some kind of fishing accident. At this new school she meets an unusual boy named Alex, who she instantly
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Oscar Taylor-Kent is a writer, humorist, and occasional blogger who tries to make good touching pen to paper every once in a while. He can also use a keyboard too. Not one to be pigeon-holed, he writes things from silly detective nonsense to depressing dystopian futures. He also writes about video games, online dating, and anything else you pay him to write about. He was writing about email market ...more
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