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  • I loved this book! I am not someone who reads tons of books and I have been known to start and not finish them in the past!!! This was not the case with FOUR. (Goodreads)
  • Sylvie has a very vivid imagination which you will see for yourself when you read FOUR. (Goodreads)



The discovery of the Prophecy

Aniel is the pre-cursor of the beginning of the end...

The Prophecy of the Four is a story that I never thought I would ever write. In the book Four, there is a secondary character named Aniel who is a ghost. It was not my intention to write his story. I always envisioned Four to be the first book in a trilogy but the universe as I call it, sometimes has ways of pushing you in directions you never thought of and this is exactly what happened. Readers were asking me who Aniel was, where did he come from? Why was he a ghost and how did he die?

Soon, Aniel began telling me of his story, of when he lived in Britain in the year 60 when the Romans invaded the island bringing forth complete and utter chaos. He spoke to me of his time as an apprentice to a druid named Anarawad. Of the Ollham and the group of elder druids whom he revered, who shook his beliefs in them shaken to their very core, leaving him disillusioned.  I quickly realised Aniel to be more then just a secondary character. That even though he stood in the background in all three books. His presence is pivotal and extremely important in bringing forth the hidden prophecy as well as the one of the Four. Aniel's story is the pre-cursor for all that is to come in the trilogy.