The Adventures of Marco and Carla: The Dark Castle

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In a castle that lies outside of a town something evil lurks in the shadows. No one knows it's there for sure, but there are stories. But there are those that ignore the stories and have made this old run down castle into their own play ground.Marco, Carla, and Sammie, have played at the castle many times without seeing anything, but when people start going missing the castle holds the secret. More
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About Shamara S. Davis

Author of The Adventures of Marco and Carla series and What Happened to Kerbie Walobee?, Shamara likes to write stories that send a chill down your spine or on a fantastic adventure. Recently she started writing text gear more towards teens and adults. Her recent release "The Receptionist" is currently available on Smashwords and is already been viewed many times.

Originally from Port Royal,Jamaica, Shamara takes all her inspiration from stories she made up herself as a child, living in Port Royal. She thinks of all the adventures she and her brother have been on an makes them a little more frightening just for your reading pleasure.

She recently finished working on a new novella, which takes her into a genre that she has never written for Sci-Fi. The book is entitled ALTERED GENESIS and is currently on sale.

Shamara currently lives in New York with her family. Happy reading.

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Review by: Artie Margrave on Aug. 07, 2013 :
This is the first of the series I've read and it appears to be a spinoff of a bigger story. The adventures of two adventure loving, inquiring kids whose love for the escapades only gets them into terrifying situations with mental long lasting implicational consequences. It's a good book, very suitable for young adult readers and I quite enjoyed it. Writing had a nice flow and was easy to read. But it has to be said that it could still do with some editing. The typos aren't especially glaring but are glaring nonetheless. I really look forward to reading more adventures of the trouble loving kids. :-) Liked the book. Recommended.
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