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KAOS Obsidere: The Nightmare Has Begun

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Description

Two Cities. Besieged By Evil.
The Nightmare Has Only Just Begun.

Six interconnected short stories (with a BONUS seventh story) exploring the depths of spiritual, emotional, and physical chaos experienced by residents of the city of Divinity, FL, and the City of Apocalypse.

BONUS: Includes author notes and definitions, and the seventh short story "Carnival Street" that links the worlds of Divinity, FL and the City of Apocalypse in a most "terrifying" and "disturbing" way. Experience the " ... visceral terror ..." for yourself.

"Creepy as hell."

"Irreverent, bizarre. I'm sleeping with the lights on tonight."

"Very scary stuff. [The] Gravewindow is a favorite of mine. Transient is terrifying. Skin is visceral. It's like looking under a magnifying glass, decay up close and personal, and it's really disgusting."

"Terrifying!"

"... I love this book! I want two copies ... this is premium stuff!"

"The writing really stands out ... superb ... rich!"

"I'm going to take a short break from this horror ... and breathe some fresh air. You just had to give me the creeps!"


From The Book:
"The choice, now, was simple. Jump the bridge, or cross it. He would decide when he reached the ghostly link between Divinity and Apocalypse, that mythical city beyond. The bridge was ominous enough. Crossing it may be more dangerous, more futile, than throwing himself from it.
Stories of pale men and greedy corporations, heresies and experimental sorceries waxed haunting and sinister beyond the bridge. Few had risked that place, only to return with rumors of dispassionate gods and lecherous angels content to wallow in their contracted oblations. Gods and monsters were not merely superstitions in Apocalypse, they were the populace, and they fed on every living soul.
Jonathan’s side of the bridge, however, held no higher aspiration. Divinity was filled with more subtle deception. Dreams left unfulfilled, or if fulfilled, murderous. Sudden and sanctioned disappearances of long-standing residents were commonplace. The slow burn of many of society’s brightest minds into the descent of atrophy and morbid maladjustment was simply Divinity’s way."

D.C. McGannon and C. Michael McGannon offer new voices in dark fiction and horror, being described by readers as giving honor to such as the classic writings of Poe, Lovecraft, and King.

KAOS Obsidere offers a unique voice to Horror, Dark Fiction, and Weird Fiction. Volume 1 of 3 in a world that continues to expand into the darkest depths of spiritual, emotional, and physical chaos. Not to be missed!

Enter the worlds besieged by evil! Scroll up and get your copy today. You'll be "begging for the next volume" before you finish the author notes.

Intended for mature audiences due to language, graphic description, violence, and themes.

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KAOS Obsidere: The Nightmare Has Begun
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  • Available on iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, and Mac.
  • Category: Horror
  • Published: Oct 06, 2015
  • Publisher: Dark Waters Press
  • Seller: Draft2Digital, LLC
  • Print Length: 182 Pages
  • Language: English
  • Requirements: To view this book, you must have an iOS device with iBooks 1.3.1 or later and iOS 4.3.3 or later, or a Mac with iBooks 1.0 or later and OS X 10.9 or later.

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