Alice Davies would rather die than harm another living soul, but death seems to follow her everywhere. And as the corpses start to pile up, the villagers of Dolwicke start to whisper. Little Alice may seem terrifying, indeed, but there is another, more sinister threat afoot in Dolwicke. An ancient d...
It’s Here, The Ancient Entity of Four o’Clock Alice
There is an ancient entity, one that is darker than all others. Alice Davies would rather die than harm another living soul, but death seems to follow her everywhere. And as the corpses start to pile up, the villagers of Dolwicke start to whisper.
Little Alice may seem terrifying, indeed, but there is another, more sinister threat afoot in Dolwicke. An ancient diabolical entity has infiltrated mankind, its essence spreading like a cancer among men, women and children and drowning their humanity in a cesspool of wickedness. Finding nourishment in the ravages of war and plague, the insidious being also pines for Alice, who can’t shake the feeling that someone or something is watching her from the forest just outside her bedroom window. But as long as she obeys the mysterious four o’clock curfew imposed by her parents, she is safe from her invisible stalker. At least, that’s what her parents tell her.
Desperate to uncover the truth behind her mysterious curse, Alice embarks on a frightening journey of self-discovery and transformation that will ultimately lead her to face an ancient enemy and to discover a world she not only belongs in, but where she reigns supreme. In her courageous attempt to destroy her enemy and save mankind from its infusion of evil, Alice will have to open her eyes to truths that seem too ugly to face.
In the Mind of Vanessa Ravel, An Ancient Entity
As she aged, her writing evolved exponentially. However, her passion for drawing lingered yet behind, a symbol of cartoon level skill. Through high school, Vanessa Ravel honed her writing skills, crafting six feature-length screenplays. Several have found their path toward major release, including one of which reached writer/producer Scott Alexander, and another which reached a screenwriting professor at UCLA. It’s the kind of positive feedback and reviews that every writer thrives to receive. It’s also an area of work that moved Ravel to reject the cutthroat Hollywood life.
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