Prolific writer, author of “That Girl Started Her Own Country,” “The Sultan of Monte Cristo,” and “The Boy Who Played with Dark Matter,” the mysterious Holy Ghost Writer’s literary craftsmanship and creativity have won him/her a number of dedicated fans. After writing novels set in different eras in which he/she included largely known and appreciated characters – such as Sherlock Holmes and the Count of Monte Cristo –, the Holy Ghost Writer is compared to Alexandre Dumas, Ray Bradbury, and Stieg Larsson.
In writing “Zamira and the World of Z,” which is the twelfth book in the Count of Monte Cristo series, the Holy Ghost Writer proved yet again his/her creative spirit and unbounded imagination. “Zamira and the World of Z” is a book full of adventures, well-built characters, and surprising locations. In this novel, Zeddy and his mother, Zadie, go through a series of dangerous events that take place on an island in the Bermuda Triangle. Mother and son face together zombies, dragons, a mentally-shaken Merlin, they save King Arthur, and find a new friend in the figure of The Professor, Zachary Zenith.
This new release by the Holy Ghost Writer brings together a wealth of different characters – you will even come across a somewhat strange version of Sherlock Holmes, accompanied as usually by his devoted friend and partner, Doctor John Watson. Probably one of the biggest surprises revealed in “Zamira and the World Z” is that the Count of Monte Cristo is, in fact, Zeddy's grandfather.
After reading the first few pages, you will find yourself racing through the book, wishing to know as soon as possible what happens next. If you’re already excited, wait – there’s more: the Holy Ghost Writer is currently running a contest, the winner of which will receive a $2500-reward provided that they guess the author’s true identity.