‘In the Forest of Light and Dark’ by Mark Kasniak

Being seventeen is never easy, and it’s especially hard for, Cera Singer, a rambunctious and mischievous girl from Saraland, Alabama.  In her memoir, Cera recollects about the time in her life when she suddenly found her world having been turned upside down after she and her family had moved up from the South to a tiny, little mountain village in New York that holds a very dark secret named Mt. Harrison.

This roller coaster horror-thriller, will take you along as Cera recounts her experiences in figuring out not only the truth about her family’s history and its involvement in witchcraft and local folklore, but also its connection to the legend of Abellona Abbott.

A two hundred eighty-year-old witch that takes the form of her former teenage self and still carries an axe to grind with Cera and her family as she still haunts and resides in the nearby forest-covered mountain located behind Cera’s new home.

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