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Abby Normal



Abby Normal 
The Abby Normal Series Book 1 
by Samuel Thomas Fraser 
Genre: Urban Fantasy, Horror 


Abby Henderson has lived her whole life under a dark cloud. When she was born, a demon called the Deacon claimed her family as his property. When she turned 13, she was traumatized by an ominous psychic vision. When she turned 14, her dad had a psychotic breakdown and tried to kill her.

She’s just turned 25, and now people are dying all around her.

This is all according to the Deacon’s plan. He believes that Abby is the key to a ritual that will unleash an ancient evil on the world, and he will stop at nothing to make sure that ritual succeeds.

Now, Abby is in the fight of her life against an enemy that defies all reason. Together with her pious girlfriend, her magic-slinging ex-teacher, and a hotheaded Amazon with a machete, Abby will have to use every trick in the book to outlast the Deacon. Because if she can’t, her next birthday is going to be Hell. 






Samuel Thomas Fraser is a writer and actor from the rainy mountains of Vancouver, BC, Canada. A lover of medieval literature and truly weird fiction, Sam holds a BA in English and a Certificate in Creative Writing from Simon Fraser University. His short fiction and poetry has appeared in outlets including The Macabre Museum and Unleashed: Monsters Vs. Zombies Vol. 1. As a performer, he has inhabited such memorable stage roles as Algernon Moncrieff in The Importance of Being Earnest and Charlie Cowell in The Music Man. Abby Normal is his first novel. 




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Comments

  1. New to this genre, so everything's sort of eyeopening! Feel sorry for Abby... so much on her shoulders! She has an interesting group of friends/companions. I guess each one will prove useful in helping her!

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  2. I like the way the cover was done with the change in colors and not lined up.

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  3. What unique cover art! I like it. The premise of the story sounds like a great read for YA readers of this genre. Best wishes to the author on the new release.

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    1. Just to clarify, I don't consider this a YA title at all. There's a lot of language and graphic scenes in the book that are really R-rated. Younger readers should be very careful.

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  4. Love the cover. Thanks for sharing.

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  5. Sounds good!! Looking forward to reading this!

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  6. Love the author's picture! What a grimace! The book cover too!

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