EVIL IN THE FOREST
When best friends, David and John, are made redundant, they decide to go away with another close friend, Grant, to David’s uncle’s farm up in Scotland in Rothiemurchus Forest. David soon learns of strange and terrible things happening on the farm, where some of the animals are found mysteriously mutilated and slaughtered.
David’s uncle also informs his nephew of other strange phenomena — including whispers in the wind, and a strange and constant sensation of being watched by someone or something. Driven by his concerns for his aunt and uncle and fuelled by curiosity, David is determined to travel up north, against the wishes of his uncle.
Things soon start happening even before David and his friends set off. They become targeted with frightening and inexplicable events, and messages warning them to STAY AWAY, so that one friend is too scared to go, leaving only the two to make the long-distance drive up to Scotland. Despite more frightening and unimaginable things happening on their way up to the Highlands, the two friends, now fearing for their lives, remain determined to reach the farm.
With their minds racing to all sorts of theories, they will soon face an unparalleled horror, with pure evil awaiting them, and an old Scottish folklore proving to be terrifyingly true …
With its strong characters, Famuli Cani is an original, chilling, suspenseful and engrossing story.
Targeted Age Group:: Adults
What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
For several years prior to writing my novel (I began way back in 2015), I often liked the idea of writing about a 'nephew who would visit his uncle somewhere up north' that involved a farm surrounded by rich forest with a history and an evil lurking within.
How Did You Come up With Your Characters?
I basically wanted the main protagonists to be two best friends that had known one another since childhood. With the story being based on a farm and its surrounding forest, I needed to create other characters that fitted in with the narrative. It was always my aim to create strong, likeable characters that any potential reader would hopefully feel a connection with, making them appear real. Characters are very important I feel in fiction, and not just the plot itself.
She slowly turned her head and looked up with him. She stood in her bloodstained nightie, her face still emotionless but now painted with her deceased husband’s blood. Murdered, by her hand. Her eyes were wide and as black as onyx.
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