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Return to Gallanvaig (A Quirk of Destiny Book 2) by Catherine Greenall – Review by April McCoy

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My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Welllll i definitely will be going back to read book one because i feel like it would make me understand some things deeper that occurred in this book especially character progressions. Book ended in a doozy if a cliffhanger that made me really want to read book one in the trilogy as well as the one that follows! Book was well written, captured my attention and had me at the edge of my seat!! Good read!

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Return to Gallanvaig (A Quirk of Destiny Book 2) by Catherine Greenall – Review by Dawn Daughenbaugh

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My rating: 5 of 5 stars

5 Stars
Return to Gallanvaig (A Quirk of Destiny Book 2) by Catherine Greenall

Return to Gallanvaig is the second book in the A Quirk of Destiny Trilogy and is a Post Apocalyptic Dystopian with Sci-Fi features that will keep you turning the pages till the end. I highly recommend reading the first book if you haven’t already as it gives you a better understanding of what has happened and you get to know the characters better plus it picks up two years after the first one and its just as good as the last one. This maybe my favorite yet it’s kinda a eye opener to how things could possibly be if things don’t change. Im not going to give anything away but will say this is one of the absolute best books I’ve read in a while. Its one that will make you look around and think hard. I highly recommend reading this book and I look forward to reading many more books by this author.

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Return to Gallanvaig (A Quirk of Destiny Book 2) by Catherine Greenall – Review by Heather Goodman

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My rating: 4 of 5 stars

  • This book is packed with sci-fi, action, and a dystopian world. This is a classic good vs evil and shows what happens when people try to play god. The main characters of the unaffected are very lovable.

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Return to Gallanvaig (A Quirk of Destiny Book 2) by Catherine Greenall – Review by Brandy Vaughn

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My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This is book two in the Quirk of Destiny series and can stand on its own. The novel continues the apocalyptic story of how genetically modified food is killing off the human race. We start out a couple of years after the outbreak. I enjoyed the struggle of good and evil (genies-vs-GM free humans). It’s survival for the human race against the villain Balthazar, who has paranormal powers, and the secret group trying to manipulate the world. I enjoyed how much science is instead into the plot, and had no idea there was that much science on GMO’s. It fits well with what’s going on in the world today. Definitely a page turner. I look forward to book three!

Brandy Vaughn, December 2022

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Return to Gallanvaig (A Quirk of Destiny Book 2) by Catherine Greenall – Review by Shannen Kern

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My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Firstly, let me say that the first book, A Quirk of Destiny, blew me out of the water. I loved everything about it and had been looking forward to the second for some time. I was worried that with such a strong start that the series just couldn’t get any better. All of my qualms were obliterated the moment I started reading Return to Gallanvaig! This book is just as good if not even BETTER than the first. It continues to be so representational of where we are as a society and still blending in that post-apocalyptic terror that feels like it could be in our not-so-distant future. I cannot emphasize how amazing this series is so far, and I am clamoring for the third book already! Pick up the first two books and get lost in this dystopian masterpiece!

Reviewed by @shannlynn

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Return to Gallanvaig (A Quirk of Destiny Book 2) by Catherine Greenall – Review by Taylor K Stephenson

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My rating: 5 of 5 stars

~ A Return to an Epic tale of a World Changed by Genies~

This is the second book in an incredibly gripping trilogy. An apocalyptic series centered around genetically altered food creating mutated humans. There is a return of the evil powers led by a Genie named Balthazar, super evil guy. This is an epic story of world domination and the fight to resist the ultimate downfall of humanity as we know it. The free survivors, the force of good that is left, is all that stands between this evil and ultimate destruction of the human race.

This is a horror novel, meant to set you on edge. But what makes this series stand out is that you are also meant to be educated…whether you realize it or not. And let me tell you, it is a FASCINATING ride. Your accidental education will move you outside of your comfort zone, and into a world you least expected but absolutely needed to be in. This author obviously did their homework, which makes this an easy favorite. From world building, scene setting, and character development you are in for a ride. Calum is a character you can fall right in line with as the plot continues to unfold. In this second book in the series, Calum has definitely matured. He is now super smart, diplomatic, and a little more down to earth than he was before.

If you have ever wanted to read the post-apocalyptic genre, focused more on the sciences and challenges your way of thinking, you won’t be disappointed. This is the second book and I can definitely say you will be wanting to pick up the first if you haven’t read it already. Happy Reading!

Reviewed by @taylorkstephenson

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Return to Gallanvaig (A Quirk of Destiny Book 2) by Catherine Greenall – Review by Sara Grantham

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My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I was beyond excited to continue this story with Catherine Greenall! I loved the world she built in Quirk of Destiny, and this was a great continuation of that. I had been left with such a desire to keep the story going with the amazing characters from the first book, and this did not disappoint! While this was a very intense (and long) book, I devoured all of it! I am a huge fan of thriller and dystopian books, so this was right up my alley. Great second story! If you haven’t read the first, please go do so in order to enjoy both of these books.

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Return to Gallanvaig (A Quirk of Destiny Book 2) by Catherine Greenall – Review by Trista Priest

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My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This is the second book in The Quirk of Destiny series and while this book takes place a few years after the first book ends, the books need to be read in order. It isn’t a fast read by any means, but it is a page-turner. The author did a great job with this book it is full of action and is on the sci-fi side of dystopian. I look forward to reading the final part of this series.

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Return to Gallanvaig (A Quirk of Destiny Book 2) by Catherine Greenall – Review by Tara Johnson Barnes

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My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Return to Gallanvaig is Book Two in the Quirk of Destiny Series. It has now been two years since the destruction from the outbreak caused from genetically modified food. The Genies are intent on increasing their race while another group of enemies also presents itself. The new group is determined to cause death and destruction while trying to take over the world. The GM-free survivors are the only hope for humanity, but will they have what it takes to save the world?

This was an interesting take on the destruction caused by the widespread consumption of genetically modified foods. The author has done a spectacular job of creating a vivid picture of a world in which the evils of genetically modified foods are taking over. It contained, action, suspense, intrigue and good versus evil while also portraying a message about the importance of caring for our environment. A great read!

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Return to Gallanvaig (A Quirk of Destiny Book 2) by Catherine Greenall – Review by Tausha Treadway

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My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Return to Gallanvaig (A Quirk of Destiny Book 2) by Catherine Greenall. This is the 2nd book in the series and I highly recommend you read the first one to better understand this one. This book picks up 10 years after the first one and its a very long read so be prepared. The story is about a outbreak of after genetically modified food cause a mutation in the DNA of humans. These humans are called Genies and are lead by Balthazar and he’s evil. He and the Genies are trying to take over and have all the power but they are in for a fight. This is a fast paced dystopian, fantasy read that will keep you flipping pages late in the night. Great good vs evil story!

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Return to Gallanvaig (A Quirk of Destiny Book 2) by Catherine Greenall – Review by Kirsten Berkebile

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My rating: 3 of 5 stars

I honestly feel like this book is about world domination and how it goes from a democratic society to an a World Alliance. Now there are some people who want to go back to the democratic society but many people don’t believe that they can survive like that. This story makes me believe that World War 3 could actually happen with the US. It also makes me think of all the things that have happened in today’s world. I feel like we just keep getting knocked down with illnesses, tsunamis, earthquakes, tornados. Disasters that could have been avoided if we just took the necessary precautions. Definitely not a quick read at all, its 600 pages.

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Return to Gallanvaig (A Quirk of Destiny Book 2) by Catherine Greenall – Review by Rayne East

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My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Post-apocalyptic survival
This is the second book in the Quirk of Destiny series and it is amazing. It is set two years after book one and so much more has happened. I highly recommend reading book one first as it helps to understand the dystopian world and key players so much more. The story is just as in depth as the first and though this is a long book the writing style kept me engaged. The action, paranormal twists and links to real life made for an intriguing and thought-provoking read. There is a cliffy so I eagerly await book three.

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Return to Gallanvaig (A Quirk of Destiny Book 2) by Catherine Greenall – Review by Anastasia Dodson

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My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Return to Gallanvaig: Beyond A Quirk of Destiny is the second part of the Quirk of Destiny series by Catherine Greenall. This book picks up a few years after the 1 part so I would highly recommend reading this series in order. This dystopian/sci-fi story is quite a bit different than my normal reads but the thriller/suspense parts kept me me intrigued and I kept turning page after page. The story was well done and the main characters were great! I am looking forward to reading the next part in this series and I will want to read other books by this author in the future! I would recommend this series to any dystopian/sci-fi/thriller lovers!
Happy reading!

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Return to Gallanvaig (A Quirk of Destiny Book 2) by Catherine Greenall – Review by Darla Yocom

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My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Book two of the “Quirk of Destiny” trilogy was mind blowing. Based on a post apocalyptic world, genetically modified food has greatly reduced the world’s population and caused the humans to agree to no longer eat animal based foods. On the other hand, the newly gene-mutated diseased humans, also known as “Genies”, are attempting to make a grab for power.

The author did an impressive job with this work of fiction that has a creepy twist of possible truths hidden within it. It also is a great adventure with a good vs evil storyline. It is a refreshing take on a fictional tale with wonderfully compelling characters and riveting story building. What a great addition to this series and I think readers will thoroughly enjoy it.

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Return to Gallanvaig (A Quirk of Destiny Book 2) by Catherine Greenall – Review by Kerry Baker

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My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This book is a brilliant continuation from the first book in the series. It really hits the ground running, picking up two years after the events I’m book one. I work highly recommend reading these in order so you can get the full amount of detail.
As with the first, this book is well written and indepth. So much happens across the span of the book and it was just as easy to become invested in these characters as it was before. I really enjoyed seeing the direction the author took the book in and I can’t wait to see where it concludes.

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Return to Gallanvaig (A Quirk of Destiny Book 2) by Catherine Greenall – Review by Amelia Stansell

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My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I absolutely loved this book! This is the second book in the series. I will be going back and reading the first book. The characters are very well written. You find your heart beating super fast with anticipation of what’s to happen next when they are in a bind. This book also ends on a cliffhanger, I can’t see what happens next.

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Return to Gallanvaig (A Quirk of Destiny Book 2) by Catherine Greenall – Review by April McCoy

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My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Welllll i definitely will be going back to read book one because i feel like it would make me understand some things deeper that occurred in this book especially character progressions. Book ended in a doozy if a cliffhanger that made me really want to read book one in the trilogy as well as the one that follows! Book was well written, captured my attention and had me at the edge of my seat!! Good read!

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Return to Gallanvaig (A Quirk of Destiny Book 2) by Catherine Greenall – Review by Sheri Schrader

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My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Return to Gallanvaig: Beyond a Quirk of Destiny is the second book in the A Quirk of Destiny series. First, this book picks up two years after the first book. Second, read the first book before delving into this one. There is a lot packed in there that will make this book a better read. Third, this is a 500+ page book but be prepared to be taken into a detailed adventure.
I enjoyed learning more about the genies and their leader Balthazar. Things have gotten crazier than where we left off. There are more divides between the evil side and those who are GM-Free. The story is delightfully realistic with apocalyptic dystopian tones. It is full of action, paranormal, and more. I was left wanting more and look forward to reading the last book in this series.

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A Quirk of Destiny (A Quirk of Destiny Book 1) by Catherine Greenall – Review by Sheri Schrader

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My rating: 4 of 5 stars

A Quirk of Destiny is the first book in the A Quirk of Destiny series. This is my first book by this author, and I was not disappointed. She writes a realistic dystopian tale of what could quickly happen to our food supply using complex scientific explanations. The story is full of intrigue, twists, genies, and the effects of political and medical misinformation that plague our country. I was drawn in quickly and didn’t want to put it down. Also, it has left me rethinking what I eat daily. The characters were gripping, and the plot felt insane but realistic at times. I am curious about where the story will go and look forward to reading the next book in this series. I highly recommend this book to anyone interested in a realistic dystopian look at our future.

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Return to Gallanvaig (A Quirk of Destiny Book 2) by Catherine Greenall – Review by Trisha Cargile

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My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Admittedly I read this book, which is book 2 of this series, before reading the first book. While this book can be a stand alone novel, I have a feeling reading this series in order will be very beneficial. The story lines seem to thicken in book 2 as opposed to book 1 and you don’t have much detail or background as you would like. Again, this was not the fault of the writing style as I chose to read this out of order! This book was phenomenal, enthralling, emotional, and leaves you waiting on the edge of your set for the next installment! The realism and post-apocalyptic style will have you comparing to the real world and keep you glued to the pages.

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Return to Gallanvaig (A Quirk of Destiny Book 2) by Catherine Greenall – Review by Susan Ratchford

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My rating: 5 of 5 stars

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Quirk Of Destiny: Book 2
By: Catherine Greenall
Review by: Susan Ratchford
5 Stars

Amazing! I loved delving deeper into this post-apocalyptic world. I can’t get enough of the Quirk Of Destiny trilogy! This second installment, Return to Gallanvaig, is frightening and emotional with another cliffhanger ending that will have you grasping for the final book in this thrilling series. I know I will be grabbing my copy of Destiny Of Light ASAP! This story really packs a punch, where good vs evil and science fiction meets real science to create a truly unique tale. Return to Gallanvaig really ups the ante with action, danger, and plenty of Genies under the control of Balthazar. I would highly suggest starting with book 1 A quirk of Destiny before reading this book, to get more understanding of Greenall’s world, you will not be disappointed! This series is truly a can’t miss for all sci fi lovers!

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Return to Gallanvaig (A Quirk of Destiny Book #2) by Catherine Greenall – Review by Angela Hayes

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My rating: 4 of 5 stars

 

4 Stars

 

Return to Gallanvaig: Beyond A Quirk of Destiny is the second intriguing book in the Apocalyptic (A Quirk of Destiny) Trilogy by Catherine Greenall. This is a gripping dystopian post-apocalyptic thriller with real scientific details as well as sci-fi elements, action, danger, agendas, the paranormal, good vs evil, sinister foes, and plenty of dramatic developments.
As I said with the first instalment, the story certainly packs a punch as Ms. Greenall cleverly weaves a dynamic, detailed, and incredibly descriptive story and paints a truly believable and dramatic picture. I can see this trilogy making a great dystopian movie or TV series.
This book picks up the story we began in Book one, so if you haven’t read the first book yet I highly recommend that you do, as there is a lot of important plot contained in Book #1 that you should know in order to fully understand and appreciate this second instalment- it is a continuing storyline.
If you love intense, post-apocalyptic stories with a highly original plot, environmental messages, believability, danger, and plenty of action- then this is definitely the book/series for you.
This story ends on another cliffhanger, so I can’t wait to get my hands on Book #3 to find out how everything plays out!
Happy Reading!

Thank you, Catherine Greenall!

 

Reviewed by @angelahayes

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Return to Gallanvaig (A Quirk of Destiny Book 2) by Catherine Greenall – Review by Melissa Saxton

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My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Join in on this jaw dropping realistic post-apocalyptic fiction that will have you questioning every item of food you eat and every person involved in manufacturing your food.

Book 2 starts off 2 years after the initial outbreak after genetically modified food caused mutations in the human DNA. Genies are becoming organized under Balthazar and and desperately want to grow their numbers and control, consequences be damned.

Good vs Evil, intense page turning action drama, death, illness, sinister intentions and exquisite well researched science fiction will grip you and make you question everything you know….and make you want to start a garden 😂

This series is incredible post apocalyptic fiction (but so realistic) and I cannot wait to see how that ending turns out in Book 3. I was definitely immediately going “I have to know what happens! ” Don’t miss this series!!!

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Return to Gallanvaig (A Quirk of Destiny Book 2) by Catherine Greenall – Review by Jenni Bishop

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My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Return to Gallanvaig takes up two years after the first book in this trilogy A Quirk of Destiny and things have only gotten worse. It is a story set in a dystopian world which has gone mad and no longer resembles the world as we know it. It is a world in ruin. The sad thing is that it could well be a reality to come to fruition.

This dark and twisted tale has good pitted against evil. Is one necessarily better than the other? There are global conspiracies, mortal danger, deadly creatures, inevitable sickness and death, zombies and mutants with supernatural powers.

A post-apocalyptic tale like you have not seen before where science fiction meets real science.

How can those behind this terrible conspiracy and bringing destruction to the world be stopped?

Just as the first book did the ending is a bit of a cliff-hanger.

If you like post-apocalyptic sci fi thrillers, why not grab this trilogy and get stuck in.

I wonder how Catherine will bring the story to a close in the next book.

Reviewed by @jennadb

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Return to Gallanvaig (A Quirk of Destiny Book 2) by Catherine Greenall – Review by Lorrene Huisman

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My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This book really took off very quickly. It was just as good, maybe even better than the first book in the series! I was amazed with the story, characters, and the writing all the way through!

The story was realistic beyond means. I reflected so much as I read. It was a powerful read none the less to say the least! I enjoyed the book that took place after a time line of the first. I did not expect the epicness to be as extreme as it was! Death is all around the world, can the world be saved? The book was paranormal , yes, but how vivid it was made me fear what our world could become! Freaking amazing read!

If you have not read the first book, please do it right this minute. Do not walk-RUN!!! The author is amazing, and this story is not to be missed, the first book helps all make sense. Highly recommend this must read!

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Return to Gallanvaig (A Quirk of Destiny Book 2) by Catherine Greenall – Review by Shelly Kittell

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My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Oh my stars, the intensity and drama of this story! I absolutely loved it. This book is just as much, if not more, as good as the first book (Quirk of Destiny). The writing is superb. The suspense builds like a thriller movie. You can almost here music building as you are reading. That plot feels so realistic; it almost scares me because it could happen. The elite are out to take control of our world. Honestly, this plot leaves you thinking, a lot about some major issues in our world. The author includes a lot of current topics going on in our current events. The characters are superb. Good guys, bad guys, they all have such detail to them. The interlopers should have been taken out as soon they started causing problems. And that cliffhanger!!!!…..I will be moving on to book 3. I don’t recommend starting anywhere other than book 1 with this trilogy. You must read it if you love suspense/thrills. I would give it more than 5 stars if I could. Wonderfully done.

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Return to Gallanvaig (A Quirk of Destiny Book 2) by Catherine Greenall

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Return to Gallanvaig (A Quirk of Destiny Book 2) by Catherine Greenall
Genre – Dystopian, Paranormal
Page Count – 602
Cover Designer – George Stephenson

“Return to Gallanvaig” is the second part of the “Quirk of Destiny” trilogy, an apocalyptic tale of devastation and destruction caused by the widespread introduction of genetically modified food, resulting in the decimation of the human race and the rise of the “Genies,” or gene-mutated humans.

Two years have passed since the first outbreak and the Genies, led by Balthazar, the epitome of evil with paranormal powers, hatch a plan to increase their diseased race, despite the ravages of GM poisoning.

Meanwhile, a ruthless shadowy group emerges, intent on manipulating world events, causing death and destruction, with the ultimate aim to take control of the surviving world population.

They attack their sworn enemies, the Genies and inveigle the leaders of the nations of the world. The only hope for the survival of humankind is the backlash from the GM-free survivors.

Could it happen? It already is. But will good triumph over evil?

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Catherine Greenall is an environmentalist committed to using her writing to make a difference to the way people treat others, animals and the environment.

She gained a Master of Philosophy degree in Chemistry and turned to writing after a long career as a government scientist. A voracious reader, she always loved to write stories as a child and feels blessed to be able to spend more time writing now.

She is the author of an apocalyptic, visionary, science fiction trilogy. The first book ‘A Quirk of Destiny’ was awarded joint best book of 2013 by Green Living. The second book in the trilogy is ‘Return to Gallanvaig’ and the shocking final book is ‘Destiny of Light.’ The trilogy is based on actual science and imagines a world where toxic food has caused a deadly disease, where there are corrupt power systems and mutants with strange powers caused by the sickness. This trilogy was written as a warning about the potential dangers in our food and how this situation has been allowed to flourish. You can watch the trailer for the trilogy in the Author Updates section.

Catherine’s work also includes ghost, horror and vegan cookery, as well as scientific works. She is a long-term vegan and her published works include a vegan cookbook, “Vegans Can’t Eat Anything!” and collections of short stories.

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