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Breanne 1975

Breanne 1975

Daniel Heaphy


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The year is 1975, and Breanne Warner has just moved to the sleepy village of Ballycinn in the Wexford countryside, something the fifteen-year-old is not happy about. Forced by her parents to stop hanging around the house moping, Breanne is befriended by Oscar Badley, the only other kid in town who also doesn't seem to fit in.
But when the pair start to explore the ruins on the outskirts of Ballycinn, something is triggered in Breanne. A series of visions: A white dress. The sound of clapping. A girl's scream. A hooded figure. Something strange is happening to Breanne, and it has something to do with a murder from over fifty years ago, a murder that relates directly to her past.
Thus begins an adventure into the Ballycinn of old, risking the fury of an ancient community hidden within the Irish mountains, dedicated to ensuring the sanctity of time. As Breanne discovers more ancient secrets, and a mysterious force moves against her, she is faced with both wonder and danger beyond her wildest imagination.

ISBN : 978-1-80439-203-4

Scheduled: 29/08/2024

Pages : 272

Size : 205x140

Imprint : Olympia Publishers

Daniel Heaphy

Daniel Heaphy is a twenty-four-year-old Irish author living in Cork City. Growing up, he always had a love for storytelling and reading, a passion he has kept into adulthood. Outside of writing, he has worked on several short films, both in front of and behind the camera, which have been selected for film festivals in Ireland and the UK. In 2022, he completed his studies in Creative Digital Media at Munster Technological University. Breanne 1975 is his first novel.

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