The Hades Project

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Some doors should never be opened.

A group of scientists found just such a door, and got a lot more than they bargained for -- but none of them lived to tell the tale.

Federal agent Michael Pacilio, assigned to investigate their murders, finds himself following a trail of corpses left by a demonic killer with a grisly sense of humor and a terrifying master plan.

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Overview

Some doors should never be opened.

A group of scientists found just such a door, and got a lot more than they bargained for -- but none of them lived to tell the tale.

Federal agent Michael Pacilio, assigned to investigate their murders, finds himself following a trail of corpses left by a demonic killer with a grisly sense of humor and a terrifying master plan.

Can Pacilio stop him ... before all Hell breaks loose?

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I couldn't put it down. Disturbingly gruesome right to the end, this story will capture your fascination like a horrific car crash.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780971327863
  • Publisher: Wahmpreneur Publishing, Inc.
  • Publication date: 9/28/2003
  • Pages: 444
  • Product dimensions: 4.94 (w) x 8.12 (h) x 1.10 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 10, 2003

    All Hell Breaks Loose

    I never fully realized what the phrase ¿all hell breaks loose¿ meant before. Didn¿t realize how one man¿s mind let¿s horror reshape itself and settle in the dark corners of my heart and soul. Justin Gustainis has pulled me into a horrible nightmare that is all the more terrifying after being raised a Catholic. Where ¿The Exorcist¿ was a single battle between good and evil, ¿The Hades Project¿ is all out World War Infinity. Strange how the story sticks with me, like the aftertaste of medicine¿and perhaps that is what Justin has given us¿.a vaccine of fear. I laughed at his intro about summoning demons¿ when he said ¿don¿t blame me if nothing happens¿¿..but even more so, ¿don¿t blame me if something does.¿ I¿m not laughing now.

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