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Transplanted Evil by Len Handeland


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Mar 19, 2024
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Transplanted Evil by Len Handeland

Elizabeth Bennington grew up in a wealthy family, but her life is far from perfect. She was born with a congenital heart condition, which made her a target for bullies at school. This, combined with her distant father and overprotective mother, led Elizabeth to feel hopeless and attempt suicide. Rescued by her parents, she is sent to Bourneville Psychiatric Hospital, where she receives transformative therapy and gains a more positive outlook on life.

Despite her progress, Elizabeth has a secret – she can see into the future and has recurring nightmares of a mysterious young man with black hair splattered with blood committing unspeakable acts of murder. Marty Bowles, a schoolmate deeply in love with Elizabeth, directly threatens her. His violent tendencies at school and his involvement in the black arts, including demonic worship and possession, make Elizabeth wonder if Marty is the mysterious young man in her nightmares. She fears he will stop at nothing to gain her love and unite them with his sinister plan.

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Len Handeland is a self-published writer who has won several awards for his novels. He writes books in the genres of vampire, paranormal, supernatural, and murder crime drama. Len has been passionate about writing since his middle school days. He has taken numerous creative writing classes and attended The San Francisco International Writer’s Conference in 2017, which encouraged him to write his first book, “The Darkest Gift.” The book was inspired by his love for vampires and the works of renowned and late author Anne Rice. Len received positive feedback from readers and professional book reviewers, earning him a finalist spot in the American Book Fest contest in the fall of 2021. In the spring of 2022, Len’s novel “The Darkest Gift” won first place in the Bookfest 2022 Fiction/Horror category awards. The book and author interview were featured in the fall literature issue of “DeMode” magazine, and it was named one of the “10 must-read books of 2021.”

Len’s second novel, “Requiem for Miriam,” won first place in the Literary Titan awards for fiction/horror. Len’s third book, “Tales from the Chair,” is his only nonfiction book, drawing from his 27 years of experience in the hair industry. It won the Firebird award in the beauty category. His fourth novel, “Transplanted Evil,” has also received positive feedback from readers. Len’s first novel, “The Darkest Gift,” is being considered for adaptation as a mini-series or major motion picture by several live-streaming networks, including HBO, Paramount Plus, the CW network, Sony, Lionsgate Entertainment, and Warner Brothers. Len has completed writing his fifth book, “The Darkest Passages,” which is the sequel to “The Darkest Gift.” It is set to be released in April of 2024. The author is writing his sixth novel, “The Haunting of Wellsley Manor,” scheduled to be released in the fall of 2024.
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