Just before her thirtieth birthday Jenny’s world is destroyed. In this pulse pounding thriller novel she must face death, despair and torture as she becomes the pawn in a game of immortality. The race is on till the hour of her birthday, but who wants to save her and who wants to sacrifice her?
“When the stakes are immortality, anything goes.”
She must defeat the Numen who enjoys to sacrifice, and tends to play with his food. With his childish humour and belief in his own superiority he will take her life to grant his own immortality.
”He can eat cooked liver, but he prefers raw virgin.”
With her loyal dog and her determination Jenny must battle against supernatural forces to stay alive until her birthday.
Praise so far for Flee – The supernatural thriller novel.
”Makes me want to keep reading.”
”I have no idea what is going to happen.”
“Full of Tension.”
”I definitely didn’t see that coming.”
If you are looking for a fast paced thriller novel with supernatural elements and a dusting of horror look no further.
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How is Writing In Your Genre Different from Others?
I like my horror to have the cringe effect. I want it to get deep inside you and make you look over your shoulder, but I also like a touch of dark humour.
What Advice Would You Give Aspiring Writers?
Never give up.
Caroline Gebbie lives in South Yorkshire, England with 2 dogs, a number of fish and a husband.
She has always been an avid reader of horror and suspense and loves all tastes from the old Pan Horror books to modern horror. Her favourites include, Stephen King, Dean Koontz, Graham masterton and Shaun Hutson.
She has written most of her life, though did take time out to be an Accountant. Realizing the horror that entailed, she returned to her first love, fiction.
She currently has one novel published as well as a short story and is working on two more horror/thriller books which will be released in 2013.
She likes her horror to have the cringe effect, so be warned.
She wishes you many Spooky Nights.
What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
This book just kept nagging away at me until I had to write it. It started when I thought how we have become obsessed with immortality. I wanted to use the immortality yet create something different. I also had an idea for a character that would not go away. The bad guy in this book has become a good friend, so to speak and I just loved his humour and ruthlessness. Of course I also wanted to see what would become of him.