The Nine Lives of Felicia Miller by Joe Augustyn

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From the pen of horror writer Joe Augustyn comes a twisted modern fairy tale of witches and shapeshifting teens.

Felicia Miller was a normal small town girl with typical teenage dreams... dreams that were shattered the night she was lured into the woods and abused by a group of evil boys. Left for dead in the cold night fog, she's rescued by a grandmotherly witch who grants her the power to shapeshift into any type of cat she desires. Felicia embarks on a merciless mission of revenge, spying on the boys as a housecat and stalking them in the form of deadly wildcats.

But revenge does not come easy. A new love brings complications and Felicia loses her magic allies. Suspicions grow and the residents of Greenville rally to end the elusive predator's savage reign of terror. A bounty is posted and a big game hunter joins the hunt.

Despite the growing danger, Felicia's animal nature won't let her give up her bloody campaign. Will her mission end in deadly disaster? Or will her feline cunning prevail?

356 pages (same text as newer edition, looser format)

About Joe Augustyn

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Born in Philadelphia, PA, Joe Augustyn was drawn to the arts as soon as he could pick up a pencil. With early dreams of a career as an artist, he was sidetracked to Hollywood after winning a Nissan FOCUS Award for writing. He attended AFI's national film conservatory as a Producing Fellow, worked crew on several movies, and returned to writing after a work related injury. Writer and creative producer of the cult movie classic Night Of The Demons, he followed it with the well-reviewed Night of the Demons 2. He left Hollywood to care for his aging parents and started honing his prose-writing skills. THE NINE LIVES OF FELICIA MILLER is his first novel.
Published July 4, 2012 by WildCat Press. 302 pages
Genres: Horror, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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The narrator alternates between rapid-fire scenes reminiscent of slasher movies and a saccharine, “The show must go on!” sensibility—or, in this case, “The Halloween show will go on as planned.” The first 20 pages could easily be taken for YA fiction, but the gang rape of the title character send...

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