The Day We Ate Grandad, is a dysfunctional family horror novel for fans of The Magnus Archives, We Have Always Lived In The Castle, and The Call of Cthuluh.
Unspoken is a short, but well-paced and compelling exploration of the themes of unrequited love and the insanity that accompanies it in the midst of a world sliding into madness. A story of love, regret, and the end of the world expressed with a poetic voice and postmodern sensibilities; it could be described as being a combination between George A. Romero’s The Crazies and an amalgam of The Notebook and Love In the Time of Cholera.
Innocence Ends. Six friends meet together in an isolated mountain town in Northern Idaho to commemorate the fifth anniversary of a close friend’s suicide. A week of hiking, spending time in nature, and bittersweet reunion soon takes a sinister turn as the friends find themselves fighting for their lives and struggling to survive. A seemingly tranquil community bombarded by late spring storms becomes a trap filled with monsters and threats everywhere they turn. Terrifying secrets are revealed and the survivors are left to wonder what will be left of the world outside if they can find a way to come through the gauntlet alive. https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08FS43NDB
On the eve of humanity’s end, those left on the island fought to protect its shores—only to fail. Two thousand kilometres away, Jack emerges from a month-long stupor to find he is alone—again. As the depth of the devastation sinks in, Jack realizes that losing his wife to cancer months earlier, was just a taste of what fate had in store.
After earth’s population is decimated by an unknown threat, a handful of survivors wander the desolate countryside, alone and hunted. For them, time is running out. Churches and places of worship no longer provide sanctuary from those who come in the night—deceased loved ones, resurrected from the dead, abominations of humanity.
Science Fiction is the great cosmos governed only by the power of What If…The more you can imagine and wonder at, the better we all will be…the book is definitely worth reading.“
Bruce Blanchard, Book Reviewer
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