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About the Book: Love survives everything... Even death. Unfortunately, so does hate.
When Mark wants to see his dead mother again... He gets his chance. But, like everything else in life... It comes at a hefty price.
While normal sixteen-year-old boys are out chasing girls, Mark is floating outside his own body being chased by a nefarious demon. Death itself can't keep him from trying to see his dead mother again, but when he disturbs Phasma-the Guardian of Threshold, he may have gone too far.
Forced into Threshold--the mystical world of the dead--to rescue his clumsy best friend; Mark will not only have to defeat Phasma and his army of Night Dwellers, but his own demons if he's going to save his friend, find his mother and survive the night.
How far would you go to see a dead loved one again?
* "A fantastic and unforgettable journey into the astral realm"
THE GUARDIAN OF THRESHOLD is a thrilling paranormal fantasy that will appeal to young adults and adult readers alike.
About the Author: A.A. Volts, writes paranormal, contemporary, horror and urban fantasy fiction. He lives in Kissimmee, FL with his wife and son. He fell in love with the English language at a very young age. He started his first book when he was twelve years old, which he wrote with a pencil in one hand and a dictionary on the other. He started writing his debut novel "The Guardian of Threshold" on a summer evening of 2008, after several revisions and rewrites the novel was finally ready for prime time. Throughout the years A.A. Volts lived in many places, including Boston, Philadelphia, San Jose, Phoenix, etc..., but the nearly infinite amount of sunshine in the State of Florida finally won him over. He loves to spend his days writing paranormal fantasy for young and new adults. His passion for the paranormal and his experience with astral travel (astral projection) inspired the birth of the Threshold Series. His favorite hobbies include: writing, technology, out-of-body experiences, photography and spending time with his family, not necessarily in that order.