The Button: When Pete and Gary Godfrey stumble upon a skeleton in an ancient burial chamber, their lives are forever altered. They activate a bizarre crystal cube clasped in the skeleton's hand, and once its terrifying power has been awakened, things quickly spiral out of their control. The brothers have put themselves and the entire city of
The first in a two-part work, The Button is a Science Fiction/Thriller that asks if humanity is far older than we've been led to believe. Was our species more advanced in some distant past? Is there a conspiracy to hide a secret history from the public? Perhaps the answers lie in the Godfrey brother's accidental discovery, but they'd better work fast, because the countdown has begun...
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Yorick: Poor Roberta. She's aging, has lost everyone she's ever loved, and now she lives out her sad, lonely days gorging on bad convenience store food and faded memories of happier times. She wants nothing more than to join her loved ones in the afterlife, but then a gruesome discovery along the banks of the
Yorick is a creepy tale about a lonely retiree who finds a new friend in an unexpected place. Critics have called this modern Gothic story the kind one reads for "chills and thrills," and have likened it to the works of Edgar Allan Poe. It is certain to disturb and entertain.
"An unsettling horror novella... The kind of story you read for chills and thrills... Creepy in all the right ways, Yorick is a highly enjoyable tale of grief, loneliness, and horrifying madness." ~Zigzag Timeline.
Amazon: 5 out of 5 stars!
Goodreads: 4.44 out of 5 Stars!
Warning! This book contains a lot of fucking swears, drug use, explicit violence, war, racism, demons, sexual situations, and a main character who is kind of a bitch. Don’t say I didn’t warn you…
Brachman's Underworld: Delilah Brachman just died and now she has six days to dodge her fate or she'll perish for all-time. She's become an "In-Betweener," someone whose judgment has yet to be decided, and she's drawn a ticket for the Tuesday Train, the most damning ticket of all. She struggles against the demon Noc, whose cunning mind masks a childlike loneliness it will do anything to quell, and against Honest Jack, an idealist tyrant who uses torture to get his way. Meanwhile, she begins to care for a man that her real life never prepared her for. Will she overcome the demons in her past, or will the life she led condemn her for all-time?
Brachman's Underworld is an epic life-after-death tale that examines the powers of judgment, and asks the question: can there be personal growth without true enlightenment, or are the two inexorably linked? Fast-paced, deeply psychological, and rich with literary nuance, critics have called Brachman's Underworld the lovechild of Beetlejuice and Stephen King.
"Vividly told with enough suspense to satisfy me for a couple of years! A great read!" ~Jacquelyn Malone - Author of All Waters Run to Lethe.
Amazon rating: 4.1 out of 5 stars!
Goodreads rating: 3.94 out of 5 stars!