Victor has spent more of his life dead than alive. Just as purgatory becomes too much for him, he learns of a HooDoo priestess in Georgia who could grant him life again, but at a price. Before she can grant his wish, he must collect the five most infamous souls of Savannah. It won't be an easy job, but along the way Victor will make new friends—and new enemies—and for the first time in a long time, he will feel alive . . . almost.
This is the second book in André Frattinos exciting series of graphic novels for young adults, The Adventures of Flagler's Few.
Born and raised in Gainesville, Florida, Andre Frattino graduated from the Savannah College of Art and Design in 2009 with a BFA in sequential art and has worked as an illustrator for various clients. He is also an active contributor to the Independent Florida Alligator and is pursuing a master's degree in fine arts at the University of Florida. Besides his devotion to the arts, Andre's other passion is the paranormal. He has conducted more than fifty haunting investigations along the East Coast and even worked as a consultant for SyFy's Ghosthunters. He continues his pursuit of both the arts and the paranormal and hopes to continue to bridge the gap between them. Frattino has written three graphic novels for Pineapple Press, The Reaper of St. George Street, Lost Souls of Savannah, and Vampirate of Matanzas Inlet. Visit the author's website at www.arfstudios.net