Long after Dark
Harry Fremont hasn't slept in days. He's down with a terrible flu: runny nose, fever, a sore throat, the chills, and worst of all, a horrible cough that keeps him up all night. His wife Kelly is away on a business trip and their son Garret is at college, leaving Harry alone in the house. Though... show more
Harry Fremont hasn't slept in days. He's down with a terrible flu: runny nose, fever, a sore throat, the chills, and worst of all, a horrible cough that keeps him up all night. His wife Kelly is away on a business trip and their son Garret is at college, leaving Harry alone in the house. Though worn out, Harry has been unable to sleep...and things are starting to change. He's seeing unusual things outside, just beyond the windows and confines of his home...hearing things...experiencing unsettling things that make no sense. And they're getting worse.Are they simply figments of a tortured and exhausted mind, or clues to an intricate mystery steeped in evil and deception Harry cannot yet comprehend? Haunted by remnants of earlier nightmares, disturbing questions about his life and marriage, strange shadowy figures, odd noises, cryptic writings on his doors and glimpses of a hideously disfigured being wrapped in bloody bandages, Harry free-falls into a horrifying world of paranoia, agony and terror where nothing is what it seems.Forgive us our trespasses, as we forgive those who trespass against us...long after dark.Sleep while you still can.
Publish date: 15-06-2010
Publisher: Delirium Books
Pages no: 206
Edition language: English
Harry Fremont has the flu and has not slept for days. Things are getting weirder by the minute. Harry can see things others cannot see. He wished he couldn’t. Now all he has to do is figure out what is real and what is only in his mind. Not as easy, as it sounds. Another great tale from one of the m...
The writing in this book was very good. A dark vision, like nightmares that blended into nightmares. I'm not sure I understood what was going on after all, and that's hard to swallow. Sometimes it's good to question and ponder, but in this case, it was unsettling and unfulfilling. If the reader w...