The Witch of the Wood

The Witch of the Wood

TheWitchOfTheWood_coverProfessor Rudy Barnes attends a faculty in-service meeting and falls in love with one of the office staff members named April Orr.  They have an explicit affair, and she turns out to be someone different than the person he thought she was.

Together they have a son, and Rudy finds out all too late that April is a shape-shifting witch. Their child Wolfie, is a warlock bent on destroying every male of the human species.

Rudy is faced with a mind-boggling personal dilemma. Does he join his son in this bloody quest, or will he sacrifice the boy in order to fulfill a basic human moral?

When he makes his devastating decision, it sets off a chain reaction that breaks an ancient spell, causing the world’s first true apocalypse. The magic unleashed comes from the most unexpected of sources – it comes from the trees.

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Also available for purchase on Hippocampus Press


Michael Aronovitz is the author of the acclaimed short story collections Seven Deadly Pleasures (Hippocampus Press, 2009) and The Voices in Our Heads (2013), Alice Walks (2013), as well as the novel, The Witch of the Woods (Hippocampus Press, 2014).

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About maronovitz2015

Michael Aronovitz published his first collection titled Seven Deadly Pleasures through Hippocampus Press in 2009. His first novel Alice Walks came out in a hardcover edition by Centipede Press in 2013, and Dark Renaissance Books published the paperback version in 2014. Aronovitz’s second collection, The Voices in Our Heads was published by Horrified Press in 2014, and The Witch of the Wood, came out through Hippocampus Press in early 2015. Aronovitz’s first young adult novel Becky’s Kiss will be appearing through Vinspire Press in the fall of 2015 and his third hard core adult horror novel titled Phantom Effect will be published by Night Shade Books in the fall of 2015. Michael Aronovitz is a college professor of English and lives with his wife and son in Wynnewood, Pennsylvania.
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