Interview with Glenn J Soucy, author of Blood Tithe
Jeremy Davis is five years old and playing with his friend, Sammy, in the woods just outside of Loring Air Force Base, Maine, when he accidentally falls through an old tunnel from World War II. The tunnel is half flooded with water and chemicals from long forgotten scientific experiments.
Jeremy is rescued from the tunnel, but his body rejects his skin and his DNA is forever altered. His skin grows back, but he discovers that he can hear heartbeats from a distance, feel sap moving in trees. Best of all, he can gather energy from every living thing, giving him amazing and uncontrollable powers.
This only frightens his parents and sister. Now he struggles for acceptance in his small family. But soon he realizes the CIA is looking for him, as are the original people from the experiments. Jeremy doesn’t know who to trust.
What genre is it?
So I’m guessing there’s no sex or mature language?
What kind of readers will it appeal to?
Surely we can narrow that down a little. Is there anything out there that’s similar?
So what’s a blood tithe?
Is this a stand-alone novel?
Tell us a bit about yourself.
How can we follow you on Twitter and/or Facebook?