About The Whispering Woods: A Haunting Tale of Fear and Survival by Emmanuel C. Ikehi
“The Whispering Woods” is a spine-tingling horror novel about a family who moves into a seemingly idyllic countryside home, only to discover that a malevolent entity is lurking in the woods surrounding their new abode. As strange and frightening occurrences begin to plague the family, they realize that they are not alone, and that the entity will stop at nothing to claim them as its own. With the help of a group of locals who have also been affected by the entity’s presence, the family must confront their fears and find a way to stop the entity before it’s too late. Will they be able to overcome the evil that haunts the whispering woods, or will they become its next victims? “The Whispering Woods” is a gripping tale of terror that will keep readers on the edge of their seats until the very end.
Learn More About The Author
Emmanuel C. Ikehi is a seasoned writer with a passion for all things horror. With a few published works under their belt, they are known for their ability to craft suspenseful, atmospheric stories that keep readers on the edge of their seats.
Growing up in Lagos, Nigeria, Emmanuel was always drawn to the macabre and the mysterious. From a young age, they devoured horror literature and films, and dreamed of one day creating their own terrifying stories.
After earning a masters degree in business administration from Lagos Business School, Emmanuel began honing their craft, writing short stories and honing their voice as a writer. Their first publication, was a hit with readers and critics alike, and since then, they have continued to build a reputation as one of the most exciting new voices in horror literature.
When not writing, Emmanuel can often be found exploring the great outdoors, seeking inspiration for their next terrifying tale. With “The Whispering Woods,” they have once again proven themselves to be a master of suspense and terror, creating a story that will keep readers up late into the night, unable to put the book down.