It has been 12 years since they last saw it. 12 years... and now it wants them back. Jack Green, an overworked corporate puppet, wants nothing more than to forget. But school teacher Brianna Mulner is curious. She wonders why they've been gifted--chosen. And for the awkward Chris 'Kermie' Karmen, the primal scream from the dark woods cannot be ignored.
It has been 12 years since they last saw it. The monster of Willow Park is calling...
I noticed that in some of the reviews, readers compared Black Willow to a Stephen King novel. I agree with this 100%. The author grips you from the beginning, playing on the reader’s curiosity to find out what this creature was that the three main characters encountered many years ago and why they were so hell bent on going back. Tread carefully. Even for a short novel this story will make the hairs on the back of your neck stand on ends.
About The Author:
Evan Bollinger grew up in the northeastern United States and was a pretty normal kid by most accounts. He was generally nice, rarely went to extremes, and pretty much did his best to 'keep the peace.' Evan had an obsession with a stuffed brown bear which he creatively named "brown bear," and spent most of his childhood talking to him--that is, when Evan was not, of course, digging for earthworms.
As time passed, Evan's stomach got bigger and his appetites for other ventures grew as well. He became hopelessly ensnared in his passion for writing, in the face of all practical impediments. He enjoyed the freedom to escape whatever world he was in, to shoot off into the sky. Evan equally enjoyed reading.
As of now, Evan has degrees in English and Psychology from Dickinson College. He currently spends his time in the education system, working odd-jobs, and writing. His work can be found on Amazon under "Evan Bollinger" and the pseudonym, "E Ballz