Benevolent

by Devon Trevarrow Flaherty

OFINAL COVER FRONT ONLY JPEG 2014 VERSIONur first novel is available in paperback and various ebook versions. You can purchase the book from venues listed below. Please check out the novel and related events and publicity at the official website.

WINNER WITH THE PARIS BOOK FESTIVAL 2013, BEACH BOOKS FESTIVAL 2013, and THE HOLLYWOOD BOOK FESTIVAL 2013 (honorable mention, general fiction), plus a Five Star Review from READERS CHOICE and INDIE READER RECOMMENDED!

There she goes…

Charming and addictive, Benevolent is sure to keep you turning the pages from one humanitarian mishap to another. Beginning with a roadkill-burying nine-year-old and a gas-leak explosion, it follows Gaby LeFevre, a suburban, Midwestern firecraker, as she traverses the 80s and 90s with characteristic intensity and a penchant for disaster. Meanwhile, the large cast of compelling characters entertains and  the Northwhyth legends draw you into their magic. You’ll leave the book wondering what is and what isn’t. Thought-provoking and honest, entertaining and magical. A great debut leaving the reader waiting for the next book.

Gaby Lefevre is a suburban, Midwestern firecracker, growing up in the 80s and 90s and looking to save the world one homeless person, centenarian, and orphan at a time. With her crew of twin sister, Annie, smitten Mikhail, and frenemy Mel, she’s a pamphlet-weilding humanitarian, tackling a broken world full of heroes and heroines, villains and magical seeds, and drowning in a sea of Northwyth stories.

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Benevolent is available in paperback at Amazon, Barnes & Noble, B. Dalton, Waldenbooks, and Diesel.

You can also purchase it as an e-book from Amazon (Kindle), Smashwords (various formats), Barnes & Noble (Nook), Apple iBooks (iPad, etc.), Kobo, Diesel (now with Kobo), Baker & Taylor (for libraries), and Sony.

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