They Grow Upon The Eyes
A struggling pharmaceutical company claim to have discovered a cure for asthma.
Inspector Isabelle Cannon’s investigation into the death of two ghost hunters leads her to botanist, Scott Cattrall, who has discovered the Giant Hogweed plant is mutating.
Together they uncover a link between the dead ghost hunters, the Giant Hogweed and the rise of Asthma during the 20th Century. A link that takes them to the door of the struggling pharmaceutical company but it is a link that if not proven in time could have a devastating effect on Mankind.
The Doom Of The Hollow
Robert Bell’s daughter has a new imaginary friend, Mr. Noodle, but the deep monotone voice coming from the darkest corner of his garage suggest he might not be so imaginary. Sheila Doors has been murdered. During the autopsy, Tabatha Gray finds D.N.A of a man who died 65 years ago in the wounds on Door’s neck.
Robert and Tabatha’s search for the truth leads them to the Earth’s darkest secret and Mankind’s bleakest hour. Together they try to unearth the mystery of The Hollow and discover why they grow upon The Eyes.
The Doom Of The Hollow is the sequel to They Grow Upon The Eyes.
The Unforeseen Children Of Olive Shipley
It is Britain’s darkest hour and Isabelle Cannon knows John Bates is involved but she is too heartbroken to carry on. How widespread is the Hollow infestation? Can she guarantee her friend’s safety if she stays? A devastated Isabelle faces a choice, continue her personal retribution or leave Britain to the Hollow.
December 3rd 1944, George Shipley meets Tils Richter and offers him a life outside the prisoner of war camp, The Feeder. After six years of being subject to experimentation he escapes and unleashes his anger on the unsuspecting Lowe family. His harrowing attack leaves one survivor, Olive.
The Unforeseen Children Of Olive Shipley is the concluding book of The Eyes Trilogy.
Pete Worrall is an independent author who completed his first novel, Discovery House, in 1999. Although written for his own personal amusement, the discipline of writing such a large project gave him the momentum and aptitude to explore other areas of creative writing. For the next five years the desire to enter the world of sitcom took precedence and led to the creation of such scripts as Tudor Merrick, Jackie Wilson Says… and Hazel Lake. In 2005 he started writing for the website RoomThirteen.com contributing CD reviews, concert reviews, interviews and articles. After writing over 400 pieces he joined the more specialist music site, MetalReviews.com.
While being the rock journalist, Pete, wanted to get back into his first love, story writing. He wrote 45,000 words of a new book but found that the writers of the film ‘The Butterfly Effect’ had got there first and abandoned it overnight (that’s just the way it goes sometimes). However, a dog walk across The Eyes in Warrington sparked an idea when his Dad pointed out some stalks of a dying Giant Hogweed. After fleshing the idea out for a few weeks, he felt the story was original enough to avoid another ‘Butterfly Effect’ instance. In November 2005, he started the opening lines of ‘They Grow Upon The Eyes’. In 2008 it was finished and just hoped that at least his mum, brother and his mate might read it. The next twelve months saw the book become bigger than anything he could have imagined receiving feedback beyond his wildest dreams. The requests for a sequel were mounting up.
Pete tied up his rock journalist affairs and attended writing classes to learn and improve his craft before sitting down to write the sequel. In November 2011 in front of almost 100 people, he launched ‘The Doom Of The Hollow’. Both books debuted on Amazon Kindle for the first time and the thirst for a third book to end the trilogy began to increase.