By Tabi Slick

Twins from New York City must face their inner demons that have one desire... the desire to kill.
From the award winning author, Tabi Slick

Do you ever get that feeling like you’re being watched?
My name is Kain and that’s exactly what’s it’s like at Tompkin’s Academy. But this year will be different for my twin sister and me. Our powers are developing and now we have a new friend who can help us solve the mystery of who we are and why we have these powers. But can this friend be trusted?
In what would seem like an ordinary school, the darkest of secrets is unveiled in Tompkin’s School: For The Dearly Departed.

At first, Izara thought her only problem was that she would have to spend yet another year at the academy instead of being with her friends back home in New York. That is, until she becomes obsessed with her new power of pyrokinesis, the ability to conjure and manipulate fire. She is tempted by these abilities and, under the guidance of a new friend, is able to untie herself from the full moon. What she doesn’t know is that the side-effects could mean the death of her own free will and becoming a slave to the power. Unlike his twin sister, Kain is more hesitant to dive into his own power, but when push comes to shove, will he take the plunge with his sister? Will he allow himself to be overcome by the power that keeps threatening to take over? Or will his quest to find the truth overcome his inner demons?

Tempted by the desire to control their powers, they must overcome the monster within to defeat the enemies they are surrounded by. Tompkin’s School: For The Dearly Departed is book 2 in the Tompkin's School paranormal dark fantasy trilogy, but can be read as a stand-alone story.

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Tompkin's School: For The Dearly Departed (Tompkin's School Trilogy Book 2)


"This was a fun, easy, fast-paced read that keeps you hooked from page one until you’re closing the book and demanding more. If you like demons, urban fantasy, boarding schools, and books that include the 1900s, you’re likely love this series.” -- Hilary

"Intriguing characters that grab your attention quickly with the curse and powers that have fallen upon them. Structure and pacing were good and even though I haven’t read the first book I didn’t feel lost." -- Sarah Greenwood

"Without a doubt I recommend this book (and the first one) because they have a completely unique and different world." -- Banal Girl

"Slick has penned a very creative story line and awesome characters, which makes this a second installment Highly Recommended and I look forward to the conclusion of the story." -- S.K. Wee