In a dying coastal town near Cape Cod, Stanley Falk lives a quiet and unassuming life as a dishwasher. A shell of what and who he once was, Stanley is a man with a dark and violent past who does his best to forget by drinking it all away. But one morning he awakens to find his meager bank account... show more
In a dying coastal town near Cape Cod, Stanley Falk lives a quiet and unassuming life as a dishwasher. A shell of what and who he once was, Stanley is a man with a dark and violent past who does his best to forget by drinking it all away. But one morning he awakens to find his meager bank account emptied and his memory of the drunken evening prior wiped clean.
Vague memories and terrible nightmares of evil gods, distant planets and a hideous room where torture has been practiced and blood flows like water haunt his every waking moment. Something depraved is intent on dragging him back into the same pit of darkness he’s fought his entire life to crawl out of, and now there are others, in the shadows, watching his every move and luring him closer to a truth beyond comprehension...beyond evil...beyond anything he’s ever imagined possible.
You worship what you do not know.
Publish date: 2015-07-07
Pages no: 190
Edition language: English
Disclaimer: I received a copy of this book through Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. Stan Falk is tired of his life and plans to end it all until he hears a knock at his door. A succession of strange incidents lead Stan back to a darker time in his past as he tries to figure out who is int...
I Happily received this book from Netgalley and DarkFuse For an honest review. I had a feeling about this book from the moment I saw the cover. I've seen other book's That Greg F.Gifune has written but this was my second ever book I've had the pleasure to read of his. I was just MINDBLOWN with ...
Greg F. Gifune is clearly a writer who knows he's onto a good thing. Shadowy conspiracies (often involving some element of the government), visions of demonic things, a broken and world-weary protagonist with more than a few questions about his sanity. These are the narrative elements that have comp...
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This was an eARC from Netgalley.When Stan Falk, a man on the verge of suicide, puts down the straight razor to answer a knock at his door, he finds himself facing the impossible, and so begins his descent into the darkness that will test his grip on his sanity and his reality....a grip that may diss...