The Pseudo-Chronicles of Mark Huntley

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  • Kindle Edition
  • 202 pages
  • The Pseudo-Chronicles of Mark Huntley
  • Jeff Deck
  • English
  • 27 September 2018

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The Pseudo-Chronicles of Mark Huntley Most blogs don t chronicle a horrifying, high stakes struggle against otherworldly evil Mark Huntley s does In the fall of 2004, as the brutal campaign of Bush vs Kerry draws to a close in Washington, D.C., even sinister forces are gathering power in secret For young Mark, who s seeing things he shouldn t see as a forgotten, destructive nature awakens inside him politics are the least of his worries Every choice he makes could cost the lives of those he loves.Part 1 of 4.Winner of a 2014 Wattys Award Wattpad version Read The Pseudo-Chronicles of Mark Huntley Author Jeff Deck – johndore.co.uk

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10 thoughts on “The Pseudo-Chronicles of Mark Huntley

  1. Linda Watkins says:

    The Pseudo Chronicles of Mark Huntley Part 1 is a fast paced, absorbing read that, once started, is hard to put down Set in 2004 against the backdrop of the U.S presidential elections Bush v Kerry , the story begins with a disjointed blog post by an unknown writer warning the reader that there aremonsters out there In an effort to disseminate information about the monsters, he posts the journal of a man named Mark Huntley not his real name.Huntley a fact checker at a Washingto The Pseudo Chronicles of Mark Huntley Part 1 is a fast paced, absorbing read that, once started, is hard to put down Set in 2004 against the backdrop of the U.S presidential elections Bush v Kerry , the story begins with a disjointed blog post by an unknown writer warning the reader that there aremonsters out there In an effort to disseminate information about the monsters, he posts the journal of a man named Mark Huntley not his real name.Huntley a fact checker at a Washington, D.C political magazine, appears at first to be quite ordinary, a twenty four year old who has yet to define his purpose in life His writings begin with his thoughts about an affair he has had with a married woman a relationship he has recently ended His journal entries are laced with a ...

  2. J.L. Weaver says:

    What can I say about this book It was awesome Set against the backdrop of Washington DC, the author mixes politics and conspiracy with humour and science fiction The whole thing is told blog style journal entries written by twenty something Mark Huntley unlucky in love and plodding through life as a fact checker for a political magazine in America s capital city Mark s diary begins with a taste of his daily life, his friends, and his appreciation for a nice cold beer or five But then t What can I say about this book It was awesome Set against the backdrop of Washington DC, the author mixes politics and conspiracy with humour and science fiction The whole thing is told blog style journal entries written by twenty something Mark Huntley unlucky in love and plodding through life as a fact checker for a political magazine in America s capital city Mark s diary begins with a taste of his daily life, his friends, and his appreciation for a nice cold beer or five But then things take a turn into the zone of weird crap as Mark so eloquently puts it Strange things begin happening to our hero, and he finds himself being watched and stalked by something either supernatural or sci fi I m not sure which yet because this is only part one of a four part series Without giving too much away, Mark s newfound abilities are very cool When the initial slow pace switches gear, author Jeff Deck steers us through one suspensef...