Supernatural fantasy fiction that makes light of death uniquely

Windsor author Jennifer Hanning released her debut supernatural fantasy fiction novel Moongolly in 2010. This is superbly written from the points of view of characters in different worlds and cleverly intertwined to weave an extraordinary tale.

The book cover for Moongolly by Jennifer Hanning.

Jennifer spent her childhood in New Zealand, moving to Melbourne in her early twenties. She left the software development industry after many years to teach yoga and indulge in her first passion, writing.

Possibly the earlier tragedies in Jennifer’s life have made her capable of telling such a poignant story in her debut novel, but either way she is a writing talent.

Her second novel, Pity the Sister, is well under way.

I recently had a request by someone to review this book. If you would like to review it please just comment below.

An excerpt can be read at:

Moongolly

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2 Responses to Supernatural fantasy fiction that makes light of death uniquely

  1. Bree Cotchin says:

    Loving this book, can’t put it down. I have no idea what is going to happen next and dying to know!

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