House of Sighs

House of Sighs

by Aaron Dries
     
 

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A busload of captives on an express ride to terror!

It’s the summer of 1995, and the passengers of the Sunday bus into town have realized that something is very, very wrong with their driver. They don’t know that she began her day planning to kill herself. But they know that she’s threatening to kill them. They began

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A busload of captives on an express ride to terror!

It’s the summer of 1995, and the passengers of the Sunday bus into town have realized that something is very, very wrong with their driver. They don’t know that she began her day planning to kill herself. But they know that she’s threatening to kill them. They began the ride as her passengers, but now they’re her captives. She’s already shown she won’t hesitate to use that gun in her hand, and no one wants to be the next to die. They have no idea where she’s taking them, who will be left alive when they get there, or what‘s in store for the survivors. With a madwoman at the wheel, the bus has gone far off its route, deep into insanity. And for most of the passengers, the next stop will be their last.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781609287399
Publisher:
Samhain Publishing, Ltd.
Publication date:
03/06/2012
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
285
File size:
1 MB

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Meet the Author

Aaron Dries was raised in a small New South Wales town in Australia. Aaron graduated from the University of Newcastle with a B.A in Communication under his wing, majoring in creative writing and video production. As a filmmaker, he won a number of awards for his short films at home and abroad, including Best Film at the Newcastle Film Festival for “Placebo”, coinciding with the publication of his earliest stories in literary magazines. Aaron’s first novel, House of Sighs, was originally written under the title Disunity for Dorchester/Rue Morgue/Chizine Publication’s FRESH BLOOD contest and took the winning prize. Aaron is currently working on two feature screenplays and his follow-up novel, tentatively titled The Fallen Boys, the second installment in an unofficial trilogy that began with his debut.

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