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  • Paperback
  • 396 pages
  • The Pipers Story
  • Wendy Isaac Bergin
  • 19 February 2016
  • 9781939815002

4 thoughts on “The Pipers Story

  1. Vicki Seldon Vicki Seldon says:

    I enjoyed so many things about this debut novel written by my colleague and friend Wendy Bergin and as I ponder how to write this review I am realizing that The Piper's Story is not easy to pigeonhole as this or that which makes it an even delightful book and one that would appeal to a lot of readers of genre fiction Romance Historical FictionParanormal etc and those who dislike any or all of the above The novel begins in Belgium in 1940 during the Battle of Dunkirk one of the bloodiest and most significant battles of WWII Ian MacGregor bagpiper with the 6th Black Watch a subsidiary of the British Expeditionary Force is a witness to Nazi atrocities against the men of his regiment He is also seriously and permanently injured by some kind of malevolent supernatural being present during the atrocities Ian survives the attack disabled but emotionally wholereunites with his beloved wife Barbara and emigrates to America Howeverthe MacGregor family continues to be haunted by and threatened by the presence of this demon bent on obliterating the MacGregor bloodline Most of the novel takes place in the present as Neal MacGregor Ian's grandson who is unaware of the family legacy is forced to fight the demon who threatens the life of his only son Owen I enjoyed the main characters the setting in the Pacific Northwest the historical details and the use of music as an integral element in many different ways A very intriguing story that I think will delight readers of many different ages and interests

  2. Stephanie Jane (Literary Flits) Stephanie Jane (Literary Flits) says:

    I downloaded a copy of The Piper's Story by Wendy Isaac Bergin when it was featured in a Noisetrade newsletter This is my ninth book for the Read Scotland Challenge 2015 I liked by the cover art and was intrigued by the premise which struck me as being different from the horror norm The Piper's Story is uite different and is one of those books which is tough to pigeonhole into a specific genre There are horror elements although not graphically gory ones and an interesting historical storyline Romance features too and a wonderful fairy tale sense which I found reminiscent of some of Neil Gaiman's writing and particularly enjoyed The whole novel certainly has a literary feel to itWe begin by being swept into the horrors of Second World War battles in France where a young Scottish piper is left for dead and must stagger blind mute and alone towards Dunkirk He has witnessed unimaginable hatred and violence leaving him haunted by a vision Decades later his grandson Neal starts also having horrific visions but thousands of miles away and from another time The family's sixth sense has been passed to him too and Neal must find the source of his nightmare before time runs out for his young sonBergin's descriptions of her monstrous creations are perfectly executed to create a truly threatening atmosphere and I found it difficult to set this book aside for just a moment I had to keep reading She intertwines romantic scenes and some great humorous moments as Neal fights his attraction to travel shop owner Sarah And there are some heart breaking moments as Neal's marriage to fun loving Vicky begins to implode I absolutely loved The Piper's Story Its multi faceted plots are well thought through and I would love to read anything further that Bergin writesSee of my book reviews on my blog Stephanie Jane

  3. Janice Janice says:

    Awesome read

  4. Sandra Sandra says:

    What a fantastic book History supernatural and romance all wrapped up in a gripping read Truly a must read

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The Pipers Story➼ The Pipers Story Download ➻ Author Wendy Isaac Bergin – A clairvoyant Scottish piper’s visions in WWII lead to a devastating encounter with a supernatural being This marks the beginning of a generational demonic oppression that climaxes fifty years later A clairvoyant Scottish piper’s visions in WWII lead to a devastating encounter with a supernatural being This marks the beginning of a generational demonic oppression that climaxes fifty years later in a grand old house in the Pacific Northwest when his grandson must also confront a supernatural foe in a life and death battle.

About the Author: Wendy Isaac Bergin

Wendy Isaac Bergin a Louisiana native is a lover of language and music and the genre that combines them both opera She gets to indulge her passion regularly as principal flutist of Houston’s Opera in the Heights Orchestra A seasoned veteran of the halls of academia—another hotbed of high drama—she has served on the music faculties of Prairie View AM University the University of Houston Dow.