Teresa Manning is a twenty one year old student of science and philosophy. Writing is a deep passion of hers, along with both the physical and philosophical study of the Universe, which is manifested in her work.
She is currently writing the sequel to Prince of Death, The Ring of End, and has outlined her third and final book of the trilogy; Into the Darkness. She will also be publishing a book of poetry to go along with the trilogy, and a non-fiction book in the future where she sets out to prove how the mind, the body and God are all one substance, touching on everything from modern and ancient philosophy to astrophysics to everyday life.
Her dreams consist of discovering the Universe, her trilogy manifesting into a television series or a movie, and chasing tornadoes.
Prince of Death
Excerpt from Chapter 23: The Hitchhiker
Rage surged in Deevo’s blood. He had been certain his plan would work. Voc was quickly becoming his enemy, and he was going to make him fully aware of the consequences for being an enemy of Death. The fact that Voc was dead placed him beyond reach, something Deevo had never encountered before.
But he would find a way to reach him, to show him the true meaning of agony. Deevo’s eyes raked into Voc, crawling on the verge of his mind. Voc pushed back with unwavering force. He would find the weakness again. Nothing in the two Universes was seamless.
But then Deevo thought of a better, easier way…
Ava hadn't realized she was holding her breath until her lungs began to ache. Her heart was thundering so loudly she was certain everyone in the room could hear it.
Then Deevo turned his attention to her.