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Conjuring the infinite by Kirkland Ciccone

“What did Seth do to you on Hallowe’en?”
Nobody replied at first until Julee spoke out.  Lily had known it would be Julee.
“He tried to Conjure The Infinite on Hallowe’en.”

 

ciccone_infinitePublisher’s blurb

Madness. Magick. Murder One Flew Over the Cuckoo s Nest meets I Know What You Did Last Summer The Cottage is a care unit in the country for troubled teenagers who have been chewed up by the system. The residents are in mourning for the loss of one of their number – the dazzling and outwardly faultless Seth Kevorkian. After the funeral, they return to The Cottage to remember him. But when Mother leaves…the truth unfolds.
For Seth was no ordinary teenager. He was a disciple of an ethereal power. And his fixation with Conjuring The Infinite drove him to terrible acts. It might even have driven someone to kill him.
A psychic is seeing visions of Armageddon. The Abomination upstairs wants to be fed. The rain seethes with life. And something moves in the shadows, hiding in the mirrors. Can the housemates trust what they see? Can they even trust each other?
The eyes of the sky have opened and looked into Seth’s soul.
The unearthly power of The Infinite has been invoked.
And now The Ambassadors are on their way.

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2 comments on “Conjuring the infinite by Kirkland Ciccone

  1. looks good

  2. I really enjoyed Conjuring the Infinite by Kirkland Ciccone, at first I thought I wouldn’t like it but as I kept reading I got lost in the story and I was trying to work out who killed Seth halfway through. I thought the twist at the end with Lily and Soldier Sam was just brilliant, and I thought that all characters were very well put together because when you were reading the book it gave you a clear picture of what each character looked like, the word choice was also fantastic. To sum up I thought that Conjuring the Infinite was a great read and I would recommend it to anyone, especially if they had a wicked sense of humour.

    T.S. CVHS

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