Wither's Rain: A Wendy Ward Novel

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Simon and Schuster, Jul 7, 2009 - Fiction - 448 pages
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Once they were strangers bound by their fears of a demonic entity called Elizabeth Wither. They saw her come to life on Halloween in the historic college town of Windale, Massachusetts. They saw their dark dreams come true by the terror she wrought. They watched her crushing death in tons of falling stone. But if Wither is gone and their nightmares are over, why do they wake up screaming?

Wendy Ward -- a college student with a gift for white magic -- can sense that the town of Windale is in for a dramatic change in weather. There's a new chill in the air....It's whispered in the warnings of an old woman. It's hidden in the corrupting legacy of a newborn baby. It's waiting in an ancient evil impatient for a human host. And it's being carried in the creeping flow of black blood -- Wither's rain.
 

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User Review  - lostkiwi - LibraryThing

I really enjoyed this sequel to Wither. This tale found its legs about halfway through and just propelled the reader headfirst to the satisfying conclusion. I look forward to reading Wither's Legacy, the final book in this trilogy. Read full review

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Contents

Section 1
1
Section 2
19
Section 3
57
Section 4
71
Section 5
79
Section 6
109
Section 7
125
Section 8
155
Section 13
254
Section 14
277
Section 15
317
Section 16
341
Section 17
348
Section 18
373
Section 19
391
Section 20
392

Section 9
186
Section 10
220
Section 11
239
Section 12
247
Section 21
404
Section 22
421
Section 23
429
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John Passarella currently resides in Swedesboro, New Jersey, with his wife and three young children. His co-authored first novel, Wither, published under the pseudonym J. G. Passarella, was a Bram Stoker Award-winner and is available from Pocket Books.

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