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Mike Robinson

The Prince of Earth


It had come back. It had come back and it was stronger ...

In 1988, young American traveler Quincy Redding is trekking across the misty terrain of the Cairngorms, in the Scottish Highlands. She is destined for the infamous peak Ben MacDui, where she soon finds herself debilitated ... and at the mercy of a malevolent entity.

A darkly imaginative and harrowing tale, Prince of Earth spans twenty years, alternately following Quincy in her 1988 ordeal in Scotland as well as Quincy in 2008, when, as an adult, she begins experiencing strangeness that threatens her family and her life. Strangeness that may be related to what happened all those years ago.

"Awesome...A must read for paranormal lovers."
—Writer of Wrongs Blog

"Amazing prose and emotional imagery...really speaks to something primal in us."
—James Wymore ,bestselling author of Theocracide and Fractured Earth

“A great read.”
—Justin Robinson-Prickett [no relation], author of Everyman and Mr. Blank

“Wow. Thrilling, chilling…one heck of a ride.”
—Cyn, Top Reviewer, Vine Voice

“...a horror story in the truest sense, but not one filled with gore and mayhem. No zombies or vampires live within these pages, although there are pages alive with monstrous activities. Here, the reader will deal with the very core of what is or is not humane in the essence of one’s character.”
— Vitina Molgaard,

“Robinson has a way of startling even those who think they can’t be surprised by a plot twist or tangle. The subtleties with which he conveys profound images, thoughts or ideas are often so skillfully crafted, readers will find themselves going back to re-read things just so they can enjoy them a second time. … A fine mastery of the literary craft.”
— Catherine Cruzan, author, Elfkind


“One of the best voices in speculative fiction today.”
— Leslie Ann Moore, bestselling author of the Griffin’s Daughter trilogy

“A fine writer, with an enviable gift for the poetic turn of phrase.”
— Kitty Burns Florey, author of Solos and The Writing Master

“Put Mike Robinson on your list of authors to watch!”
— Guy Anthony de Marco, Bram Stoker Award Finalist

“Mike Robinson does not write casual books. His words are intentional and layered and ... there is something so beautiful about them. These are stories that draw you in and make you think. Force you to think.”
— Vicki Trask, Goodreads book blogger





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