Chris Parker


Chris Parker writes real stories for young adults. Inspirations come from nature, families and, of course, the wolves.
Even though you think you can spot them, the wolves are masters of disguise. They use stealth and camouflage to pass undetected through our world.
Although they choose to avoid humans at all costs, beware. Sometimes they take an interest in one or two special humans. Then, before you know it, it's too late to stop them...

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The Wolves of Lambs Bane
Price: $1.99 USD. Words: 85,890. Language: English. Published: July 25, 2013. Categories: Fiction » Young adult or teen » Thriller and Suspense, Fiction » Thriller & suspense » Psychological thriller
In the tiny Welsh village of Lambs Bane, is it really the wolves you need to be afraid of...? Everyone knows werewolves don't exist. But if that's true, what is threatening Hazel's already-fractured family from the secrecy of the woods on the hilltop? The truth is even more chilling than her worst fears and is about to change her life... forever. Winner, Self-Publishing Summit 2012 'Pitch' award.
The Lambsridge Wolves
Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 86,020. Language: English. Published: October 26, 2012. Categories: Fiction » Young adult or teen » Thriller and Suspense, Fiction » Fantasy » Paranormal
In the woods above Lambsridge, is it really the wolves you need to be afraid of...? Hazel’s family history is rooted in the tiny, ancient village of Lambsridge, where wolves roam wild behind a secure barbed wire fence. When her family are threatened, she can no longer ignore the dark and menacing danger that lurks at the heart of the old traditions.

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coming of age    fiction    mystery    paranormal    suspense    teen    thriller    werewolf    werewolves    wolf    wolves    young adult   

Smashwords book reviews by Chris Parker

  • The Final Prophecy on Jan. 03, 2013

    The Final Prophecy is a sweeping, epic fantasy that will enthral lovers of this genre. In the first of the series, The Toy Sorcerer, we are introduced to Alice, the Dream World she discovers that exists in parallel with our own, and some pretty foul demons. In The Final Prophecy, the plot, characters and multi-layered complexity are all taken to an entirely new level. Definitely for an adult audience, the actions and intentions of the characters have an edge of realism, even in their fantastic and imaginative contexts, which helps make the huge scale of the tale more compelling. Clever parallels are drawn with contemporary issues and the action weaves our modern-day world superbly with episodes in the Dream Worlds in all their mind-blowing diversity, making it easy to get swept along with the various plot lines that combine towards the dramatic conclusion. Alice has to battle the foul Lord Gremon and his many acolytes. She is aided by a group of characters drawn imaginatively and with pathos, as they grow and interact. The style of writing is masterful and sustained throughout, leaving no detail, no matter how gory or brutal, to the imagination. I found myself drawn along with the pace of the action, forming real attachments, or loathing, of the characters as I went. In all, this is a book of grand ambition and scale that delivers superbly in the fantasy genre.