Everville: The Rise of Mallory by Roy Huff

Roy Huff
By Roy Huff December 28, 2013 15:54

Everville: The Rise of Mallory by Roy Huff


With the help of his college friends, Owen Sage has won another battle in Everville. The rise of Mallory presents a new insidious evil that needs to be stopped. Owen must now find answers to questions that continue to arise in both dimensions. His search for the truth will lead him to new journeys and reveal surprising insights about himself and his friends at Easton Falls University. New creatures will be uncovered and old friends will prove invaluable in the epic journey that that has only just begun.

The author has rated this book PG (not necessarily suitable for children).

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Owen imagined himself as Ebenezer looking upon Marley’s ghostly face. Marley’s face morphed into the image of Owen’s father, the same image that was the face of The Second Pillar.

Owen shook it off, and got up to go grab some leftover turkey from the refrigerator. He reached in and pulled out a leg and some moist dark meat with a bit of gravy and stuffing. He popped the plate of food into the microwave for a minute and then returned to the comfort of the couch.

Marley’s ghost had returned to normal, and Owen continued to watch the movie with his mom for the next hour and a half.

After the movie finished, Amelia turned to Owen and said, “I’m really going to miss you. It’s been lonely here without you. It was nice to have you back, even if it was just for a short time.”

“I’m going to miss you too, but there’s no need to worry. The university isn’t that far away, and I can always come home for the weekend if you’re feeling really lonely. All you need to do is ask.”

“I know. I know, but I need to be strong. You’re a grown man now, and I need to let you live your own life. I want you to know that you’ve always been a great son, and I’m really proud of you.”

“Thanks mom. You’ve always been proud, even when I didn’t always deserve it.”

Owen and his mom reminisced a while longer as they continued nibbling on the Thanksgiving leftovers.

“I better stop before I get too stuffed,” Owen said as he patted his stomach.

“I’ll be right back,” he continued.

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