Ignorance is Bliss | a Novel by Matthew LeDrew

Ignorance is BlissIgnorance is Bliss
Matthew LeDrew (Author)
#1 Bestselling Superhero series continues!
When a mystical and mysterious force descends upon Xander Drew’s town of Coral Beach with the ability to catch glimpses into the future at the same time a young boy goes missing under mysterious circumstances, Mike Harris must step up to fill the void left by Xander, who remains shell-shocked and withdrawn after the horrific events of Ghosts of the Past. Seeking respite from his failures as a young superhero, Xander turns his attention to his budding relationship with Julie Peterson.
Can Xander truly ignore his calling? Or will he sacrifice everything he holds dear in order to get a glimpse of a dark future he may be unable to prevent?
Read the book that The Northeast Avalon Times raves “is like an R-rated Buffy the Vampire Slayer, [with memorable characters]”!
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Title Information:

ISBN: 978-1-926903-01-9
Release Date: October 2010
Purchase: Amazon.com
Price (CAD): Print: $20 / EBook: $2.99
Page Count: 165

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“My favorite aspect of the book is the handling of Mandy Peterson. Despite being a new(er) character, her outsider’s view and voice brings a breathe of fresh air into [the] series… She is eminently enjoyable and, to my delight, her journal entries in Ignorance is Bliss serve as a running narrative, tying the plot together.”
Jay Paulin, Ink’d Well Comics, October 2011

“A new threat emerges in Coral Beach. Ignorance is Bliss breathes new life into the series as Xander Drew and company deal with their greatest enemy yet. LeDrew continues to amaze his audience as the true nature of the Engen universe is expertly revealed.”
Paul Carberry, bestselling author of: Zombies on the Rock

“LeDrew’s work is horror that emerges from the urban fantasy tradition — the introduction of a fantastical element into a true-to-life, modern setting.”
The Telegram, Aug 13, 2010

“I find the Black Womb series eerily compelling… while Coral Beach is like an R-rated Buffy the Vampire Slayer, its characters are memorable.”
Jean Graham, The Northeast Avalon Times
October 2010

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