The Wings of Leo Spencer by Jerome Parisse

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How do you protect your family and your best friend from a terrible fate if you're dead and you can make no impression on the material world?

Fourteen year old Leo has found the most amazing present for his mum’s birthday.
Unfortunately, someone has decided that he will not live to see it...

As he dies, Leo finds himself facing a terrifying choice, one that will impact his life – or his death – forever.

But who wanted him dead in the first place? And why is he being targeted by an evil force?

Even Geraldine - dead and loving every minute of it - has no clue as to what's happening.

Leo's search for the truth takes him to the most astonishing places, and presents him with a challenge even greater than dying: to protect his family and his best friend from a terrible fate…
 

About Jerome Parisse

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Jerome Parisse's plays have been produced across Australia, the US, Singapore, Malaysia and the UK. Guys, Only Guys! and The Birthday Knife were published in The Best Ten-Minute Plays 2008, 3 or More Actors (Smith and Kraus Publishers). Love and Light has received several awards in international competitions and has been recorded as radio play. Jerome has also published two works of fiction, The Wings of Leo Spencer (Sid Harta Publishers), and Métaphore du Rapide. He received a fellowship from Varuna, The Writers' House, for manuscript development for his novel Body Swap. Jerome lives in Sydney. He blogs at alivewithwords.com.
 
Published December 6, 2010 by Smashwords. 278 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Horror, Literature & Fiction, Action & Adventure. Fiction

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... SynopsisFourteen year old Leo has found the most amazing present for his
mum's birthday. Unfortunately, someone has decided that he will ...

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