Costly Obsession: Unleashed

Costly Obsession: Unleashed

by Sasha Pruett


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A child's game gave Timothy Hawthorne a friend that no one else could see. Now his family is dying to meet him and Timothy must stop the killing before he's next. Can his imaginary friend protect him from an evil as old as mankind, or will Tim suffer the same fate as the others; skinned alive. No one said growing up was easy, and those who have are lying. For young Timothy Hawthorne growing up is lonely, confusing, and just a little bit frightening. Conveniently a child's game, a Ouija board, changes Tim's loneliness to friendship, confusion to confidence, and frightfulness to terror. Timothy's amazing new best friend is just that, amazing. He has the ability to make bullies trip and fall, make objects appear out of nowhere, show him things he never knew exisred. Most importantly he is invisible, but Samuel isn't all the Ouija released. Unleashed is an evil eons older than the earth itself. Cruel, ruthless, and hungry for flesh it rips the skin from its still living victims. Not the police, not the adults, not even Timothy can stop this unnatural force before it possesses them all. Can Samuel prevent the carnage in store, more importantly does he want to? Unleashed is the final chapter in the Costly Obsession trilogy closing the tale in the ultimate nightmare gone wrong.

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ISBN-13: 9781505270891
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 11/28/2014
Series: Costly Obsession , #3
Pages: 286
Product dimensions: 5.25(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.60(d)

About the Author

Author Sasha Pruett has been writing for more than two decades in various genres from horror to sci-fi, fantasy and adventure. She resides in the south with her husband of more than twenty years where she enjoys taking care of her home and pets. She is an avid reader and gamer and has many hobbies including music, painting, crafting, knitting and more.
When asked about what started her desire to become a writer she states, "It wasn't really something I decided like some people do, it wasn't one of those, 'When I grow up I want to be a writer,' or 'I'm going to write a book one day.' It was just something that was a part of who I was; who I am, something that was natural from the time I could remember, something I did that flowed from me. When I was nine I had an idea that I told my father I was going to write a book from, but that was more for myself and for him since he was always interested in my writing. The thought of being a writer was nowhere in my mind since I had so many other interests until years later when I decided to write down a list of all the different story ideas I had. To my surprise there were nearly two dozen ideas on that list and it quickly grew. That was when it hit me, when I realized I had always been a writer and all those short stories I had enjoyed writing over the years were just practice."
With a binder filled with over one-hundred storylines and rough drafts she has no shortage of material to keep novels coming for years.

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