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By: James Xaiver

The Black Willows

Pages: 64 Ratings: 5.0
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A young man named Tommy goes missing in a dense, isolated and unforgiving forest located 45 minutes outside the small town of Jennifer's Ridge. Months pass and there is no trace of him, with his family stricken with grief and the local police having no luck on locating him. His older brother, Jason; and childhood friend, Pete, team up with the local rangers to comb through the forest and bring him home…but they are not alone, the shadows hide ancient evils as they march further into the abyss, the trees seem to reach out and grab them, trying to warn the men as they track through. But they use this fear to push on, to bring Tommy home…to not let the Black Willows claim him as its own.
Xaiver James is a young man in his mid-20s trying to juggle a full-time job while studying primary teaching. He has always been creative since he was a young boy and also majored in guitar at Newcastle Conservatorium for a few years before taking up teaching. In-between semesters, he tried his hand at writing his own book, to keep his mind sharp and his key skills up to scratch for the next term. That's when he wrote 'The Black Willows' and submitted it to Austin Macauley which has sent him on this surreal journey to have his first book published.
Customer Reviews
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  • Stephen Merlehan

    Great imagery that hooks the reader from the start, couldn't put it down.

  • Corey

    This book is well worth the read, especially for a first-time author.

    The book itself is put together well and the setting of the town easily paints itself deep within your imagination. I found myself thinking I was there in the black willows the entire time as if I was the one exploring and not the characters.

    Once you start reading you won’t be able to put it down, it will draw you in!

    So come along and take a journey through the black willows with Xaiver James.

    I can’t wait for the next book to follow this.

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