Amanda Edmunds The March of Aske

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Robert Aske, rebel leader of the Tudor age, was at the cusp of bringing Henry VIII's tyrannical reign to its knees. Led into a false sense of security, he was captured, tortured and executed in the most brutal way. Denied the peace of Heaven that he deserved, Aske's soul remained earth-bound, trapped within a shard of mirror by a scheming witch. Centuries later, in York, his soul is unintentionally freed by an unwitting archeologist Ivy Walsh. With over four hundred and fifty years of pure pent up rage, the once godly rebel leader has been transformed into a merciless killer, a vengeful spirit Hell-bent on destruction and death. And he is not alone. He has called to his side the army he once led, unspeakable wraiths who seek to act out Aske's deadly deeds. Indestructible, and with his army of wraiths, Aske pursues the course he once led in life, to see his twisted 'Pilgrimages of Grace' fulfilled. What he doesn't know, and cannot know, is that his ultimate goal - King Henry VIII, is long dead. It is up to Ivy and her friends to find a way to stem the flow of carnage. But can she put aside her guilt and torment to stop Aske's ghost before his army reaches London and kills millions of innocents in the wake of his wrath?
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