Revenge of the Witch 

Book No: 01 of 13

Capturing witches
Binding boggarts
Driving away ghosts

For years, Old Gregory has been the Spook for the county, ridding the local villages of evil. Now his time is coming to an end. But who will take over for him? Twenty-nine apprentices have tried–some floundered, some fled, some failed to stay alive.

Only Thomas Ward is left. He’s the last hope; the last apprentice.

Can Thomas succeed? Will he learn the difference between a benign witch and a malevolent one? Does the Spook’s warning against girls with pointy shoes include Alice? And what will happen if Thomas accidentally frees Mother Malkin, the most evil witch in the county…?

2 comments on “Revenge of the Witch 

  1. I am a big fan of your series The Last Apprentice.I love the story how the main character goes through a lot of daring and mental challenges to overcome obstacles.One thing I also like about the book series is how you explain how character are developing not just th Mc (main character) while explain how medieval it feels.
    A big question I had for you is how did you choose your pen name and why did you decide to go to your real name?one thing I love about Gregory is how his emotion grows, how he learns that he doesn’t have to be alone and that he can be open with people.What made you want to make the story in medieval times?I love how reading your story kept me wanting to read it one page after another.
    While I was reading your biography I figured out that you went to a chrishtan school? How did you not put religious opinion in the story, especially since the setting in medieval times .One way I could connect with Gregory as a main character was by how he grows to be more open to himself and to others because I myself am a quiet person and found a person he could talk to comfortable to .These are some questions I have for you about “The Last Apprentice”.

    • I was trying to get published and had been rejected many times so I thought A change of name might help. Haderack is a play on the special name of Paul in Dune. He can see into possible futures. I thought that a good title for a SF and Fantasy novelist!

      I like medieval times.
      Yes, I was educated in a Christian school. I do not have conventional religious opinions but respect the beliefs of others.

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