The Haunting Lessons by Robert Chazz Chute and Holly Pop

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    The Underworld meets our world in the Secret City. It’s up to a girl from Iowa (and maybe you) to stop Armageddon.

    This fast-paced urban fantasy is part coming-of-age story, part sword and sorcery/action adventure. On every step of her journey, Tamara Smythe discovers she has capabilities she never suspected. Join the Choir Invisible’s army and fight for our future.

    The Unseen hides secret armies, paranormal powers and a high number of jokes per chapter. This fun, sometimes gritty, always witty story is also a guide to prepare readers for the monster invasion to come.

    Robert Chazz Chute, author of This Plague of Days, has teamed up with Holly Pop, author of Ouija: Based on a True Story, for this new dark fantasy series.

    About Holly Pop:

    Holly Pop
    Holly Pop

    When she isn’t reading, writing or window shopping, Holly (Pop) Papandreas is pursuing a degree in biology. Holly loves supernatural and paranormal romance stories.

    She has lived in Texas, Iowa, Illinois and, lately, Brooklyn, NYC. She shares a tiny apartment with two Persian cats who keep her as their pet. They generously allow her to pay the rent.

    Holly wishes she had room for a dog.

    About Robert Chazz Chute:

    610DCeE+UNL._UY200_If you’re a Coen brothers, Stephen King or Elmore Leonard fan, you might be into my brand of brain tickling. If you’re into sci-fi/horror sagas about an autistic boy facing down the Apocalypse, This Plague of Days is for you. The Omnibus Edition won honorable mention from the Writer’s Digest’s Self-published E-book Awards for 2014. It’s a dark apocalyptic story. If you want dark fantasy with a lighter tone, may I suggest The Haunting Lessons? Expect ghosts and swordplay and blessed bullets.

    If I’m new to you, I suggest you begin with Murders Among Dead Trees. It’s full of dark stories and it’ll give you a taste of my worldview (i.e. dark and a little skewed.) The collection also features a novella and the Poeticule Bay stories (a village in Maine that appears in This Plague of Days.)

    If you like crime thrillers, try the Hit Man Series or my crime novel, Intense Violence, Bizarre Themes. Come for the jokes and pop culture references. Stay for the action and adventure. Looking for a laugh in a strange self-help book made of fiction? Try Self-help for Stoners (on the toilet.)

    Several of the books have characters who cross over to other books. Enjoy them all and thanks for reading.

    Review by Alex Kimmell:

    Just when I thought I’d be able to stop reading Chazz’ books, The Haunting Lessons appears. There are some authors who lose their potency over time. With every phrase and turn of the page I find that Chazz is not one of them.

    I look forward to every one of his stories with an eagerness befitting that of a child’s anticipation on Christmas Eve. I open the covers, careful to not damage the wrapping. To my deep pleasure, The Haunting Lessons rewarded me with that same satisfaction of receiving a favored gift. Simply wonderful!

    Review by JustSue:

    GREAT! I was drawn into the story from the very beginning. Ghosts, demons, young love, secrets, war and more…all with a touch of humor. Could hardly put it down. Ready for the rest of the series!!!

    Awesome job Robert & Holly! I want to join the Choir!!!

    Review by Dedicated Book Lover:

    I received this as a gift, and decided to just take a quick look to decide when I might find the time to begin reading it in earnest. Well, the earnest reading began in that moment, and I couldn’t put it down. So much for all those other projects I’ve been trying to get around to!

    The story begins in a quietly quirky way – enough to get you interested in the main character. I liked the humour and the writing style a lot. Then the story sucks you in and doesn’t let you go until you finally reach the ever unfolding … end. Well, it’s not the end. And I’m really glad about that.

    I’m really looking forward to reading the rest of this series, but not before I make some space in my working calendar, otherwise I’m afraid I’ll never get back to it. If you enjoy Anthony Horowitz, this series is for you. If you enjoy something with a kick-ass female taking the lead – this one’s for you.

    If you just love to go along for the ride – and what a ride! – well … you can guess. This is really worth a read. Loved it!