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Curse of the Tahiéra
Author:Wendy Gillissen, M.A. <info@reincarnatietherapie.com>
Date: 23 November 2016

“A journey through haunted forests, through dreams and time.
A story of love, magic and the power of forgiveness.
A Tzanatzi outcast and an Einache shaman are on the trail of an ancient curse.
Will they save their people from destruction?”

When Rom, a young man shunned for his Tzanatzi ancestry, crosses paths with Yldich, an Einache Shaman, they embark on a journey which will change their lives and that of their people forever.

Yldich believes that Rom can free the Einache people from a curse that has been brewing for five-hundred years. A dark force is already rising in the North, while in the South power-hungry nobles will stop at nothing to get what they want. Yet Rom has no clue to who he really is, and will have to grow up fast if he is to fulfil Yldich’s prophecy.

Together with Eald, a lively little Einache boy Rom and Yldich travel north through Gardeth Forest, where the veil between this world and the underworld grows thinner each day, and the army of the Southern King is closing in.

Embattled on all sides, but with the loving guidance of Yldich and his spirited daughter Maetis, Rom must face his own past and that of his people to heal the wounds inflicted by centuries of persecution and hatred.

But sometimes uncovering buried secrets comes at a price. Will Rom be able to accept his true self and regain his power in time for the final battle?

Read it in Curse of the Tahiéra.

From the author:

This story has haunted me for a long time. But when I finally began writing it, I had no idea it was a true story. The journey of my soul. I just wanted to write a compelling spiritual adventure.

There were signs, though that this was going to be no ordinary book. I was amazed at how easily inspiration came to me. I did not have to think about the storyline, the characters: they came to me of their own accord and began telling me their stories. I only had to write them down.

They even had lives of their own and began manifesting outside of the book. A talented aura reader noted they all had their distinctive energy and aura. Yldich, the ancient shaman even made an appearance at one of her healing workshops!

But the most surprising revelation came only after the book was published – the realisation I had not written a fantasy novel at all.

When more and more people began recognizing themselves in the book, knowing the characters as if they were their own, it began to dawn on me.

Even though I was an experienced past life therapist I had been blind to this simple fact: I had written the story of my own past lives and that of my soul famliy. The story still continues. I wonder wonder where it will end…

Curse of the Tahiéra’ won three awards for small press / independent authors in the U.S.