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Wayne Gamm was born on a remote sheep farm on a mountainside in north-mid Wales on a stormy night in June. The weather was not significant because it rains a lot in that part of Wales in most parts of Wales, in fact, pretty often. The doctors, the midwife and even the family itself, wanted the baby to be delivered in the nearest hospital because they knew that he was goingWayne Gamm was born on a remote sheep farm on a mountainside in north-mid Wales on a stormy night in June. The weather was not significant because it rains a lot in that part of Wales in most parts of Wales, in fact, pretty often. The doctors, the midwife and even the family itself, wanted the baby to be delivered in the nearest hospital because they knew that he was going to be large and it was her first baby, but for reason's that will become apparent, his mother and grandmother thought that would be a very bad idea. His father, Samuel Gamm, was the son of sheep farmers from Devon in England and he had met his future wife while touring in Wales as an itinerant sheerer. Wayne's mother, Gwynedd was a Welsh-speaker from the area. All of her family had been born on the farm, Yr Ardd Y Ddraig, The Dragon's Garden, for as far back as they knew - a family bible put that at at least three hundred years. All of Wayne's ancestors on his mother's side, and that included Rhiannon, his maternal grandmother, or Nain in Welsh, were witches, or male witches, or warlocks, of the White variety, meaning that their intentions were good, rather than that their skin was pale. The problem with the males of Gwynedd's line in her own words was that they were 'lose cannon(s)', meaning that they had difficulty focussing their energy or powers. Wayne followed after this fashion, although all witch babies have to learn some self-control, even the females. So, Gwynedd and Rhiannon held out high hopes that Wayne would be able to focus, or concentrate, more than his male antecedents, but he showed little sign of it. It turned out that he had such great power, and so little control, that even his own family were wary of him. He was feared and shunned at school and college by teachers and fellow-students alike although they didn't know the full extent of the Gann's family history. They only knew from experience, that things could be a little bit weird when Wayne was around. The more astute noticed that when he was happy, good things happened, but when he had been upset, well, anything could befall anyone, not only the person responsible for Wayne's bad mood. Luckily, Wayne had a sunny disposition. He was a happy person by nature, but this made it worse for him, because he didn't want to hurt people, so he would not accept that it was he who was causing the disruptions. They called him Fatetwister behind his back. Wayne grew up dejected, rejected, lonely and in denial. He discovered that girls were more friendly towards him, especially those who didn't know his background, because he was tall, dark and handsome. He was also quiet - the strong, silent type rather than brash like most boys of his own age. This is the story of the first part of the life of Wayne Gamm, Fatetwister....

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ISBN : 23006706
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Number of Pages : 183 Pages
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Fate Twister Reviews

  • Eric Gates
    2019-06-07 06:34

    The word paranormal means ‘beyond scientific understanding’ and encompasses far more than vampires and werewolves and the like. I need to clarify this now because in ‘Fate Twister’, author Owen Jones has created a gentle paranormal tale which follows the early life of Wayne Gamm. His protagonist was born in the Welsh mountains, on a sheep farm belonging to his parents, and Jones recreates the ambience of that region and its people with delicate accuracy.Yet Wayne Gamm is no ordinary child. His mother and Grandmother are both powerful White Witches and young Wayne has inherited their abilities, though, unlike them, has next-to-no control over them. Many live in not a little fear of Wayne’s involuntary reactions to any kind of provocation or conflict that crosses his path. Here, and throughout the novel, the author masterfully creates a sense of underlying menace where Wayne’s, and that of the female members of his family, potential responses to Life’s curveballs are never far from the reader’s mind.The story follows his life as he grows up in the mountains, using his powers unknowingly to help others. His particular affinity for animals, especially horses, results in his working for a circus and travelling away from his beloved mountains. It’s there where he meets someone who will shape the course of his future.While reading the story, I was constantly recalling the movie ‘Forrest Gump’, for the character of Wayne Gamm and the adventures he undertakes are, in many ways, a parallel to that tale, minus the celebrities of course. It’s an original story that offers hope and warmth, and a pleasing break from the well-trammelled paths of popular paranormal.

  • Owen Jones
    2019-06-14 04:31

    The story of the early life of Wayne Gamm who is born into a family of witches on a mountain sheep farm in north Wales.

  • Owen Jones
    2019-06-18 00:32

    Wayne Gamm was born on a remote sheep farm on a mountainside in north Wales on a stormy night in June. The midwife and even the family itself wanted him to be delivered in hospital because he was going to be large and he was Gwynedd's first baby, but for reason's that will become apparent, his mother and grandmother, Rhiannon, thought that might be very dangerous.All of Gwynedd's family had been born on the farm, Yr Ardd Y Ddraig, The Dragon's Garden, for as far back as they knew - a family bible put that at 324 years - and they were all either witches or warlocks.The problem with the males though was that they were 'lose cannons', meaning they had difficulty focusing their powers. Wayne followed suit, although all witch babies have to learn self-control, even the females.Gwynedd and Rhiannon had high hopes that Wayne would be more capable than his male antecedents, but it turned out that he had such great power, and so little control, that even his own family were wary of him.He was feared and shunned at school by teachers and fellow-students alike because they knew from experience, that things could get a little weird when Wayne was around.The more astute noticed that when he was happy, good things happened, but when he was upset, anything could befall anyone. Luckily, Wayne was a happy person by nature, but this made it worse for him, because he didn't want to hurt people, so he refused to accept that he was causing the disruptions. They called him Fate Twister behind his back. Wayne grew up dejected, rejected, lonely and in denial.This is the story of the early life of Wayne Gamm, Fate Twister.ASIN: B00MSZE84Y