Grave Whispers

Grave Whispers

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by Ryan B. Clark
     
 

A girl, pushed by a voice nobody can explain, falls in love with a quiet artist hiding a secret in his attic....a ghost, fueled by centuries of rage, finds a foothold of power in the heart and talent of an innocent.....a succubus, a lover in death - a black widow, finds a new puppet to revitalize her passions.....a rogue vigilante, whose path is a trail of blood, gore…  See more details below

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A girl, pushed by a voice nobody can explain, falls in love with a quiet artist hiding a secret in his attic....a ghost, fueled by centuries of rage, finds a foothold of power in the heart and talent of an innocent.....a succubus, a lover in death - a black widow, finds a new puppet to revitalize her passions.....a rogue vigilante, whose path is a trail of blood, gore, and mayhem, stalks the father of his madness....and a boy - the artist, the innocent, the puppet - who nobody understands....all together entangled in a bizarre story of love, death, and power from beyond the grave. Brace yourself for the ultimate supernatural thriller, told in whispers....Grave Whispers.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780982253021
Publisher:
Black Bed Sheet Books
Publication date:
01/31/2009
Pages:
496
Product dimensions:
9.00(w) x 6.00(h) x 1.11(d)

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Grave Whispers 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
bouka84 More than 1 year ago
Some books hit you with the horror right away, and leave you wanting. With, Grave Whispers, Ryan Clark allows the horror to wash over you, it builds its suspense from the depths of despair and when it hits it smashes through the wall. The book is an amazing story, the characters are to be believed and the setting is dark and realistic. With an underlying social commentary on religion and the pursuit of truth Clark leads the reader on a dark journey that makes you think. The characters are real and satisfy some of humanities darker urges. I strongly reccomend this to anyone, even those who are not fans of the "horror" genre. It certainly won't leave you disatisfied, just begging for more.