If you enjoy dark, psychological horror inclusive of disturbing nightmares and ghosts, don't miss this haunting story.
Young widower, John Gimmerick, takes his daughter, Seren, to visit his childhood home. His return to this now strange place of his youth awakens a presence that's been lying dormant in the house for years.
It's not long till Seren tells stories of a ghostly visitor in her room each night, and John finds the line between reality and his nightmares blurring.
Now roused from its slumber, the evil within the house threatens to kill Seren and drive John into an inescapable state of madness.
Some things won't be forgotten.
"One of my criteria for a five-star book is simply this - did I want to read it from cover to cover? Yes? It's a winner. This was one of those books. I was hooked from page one and read it super fast, every spare moment I had. The book reminded me of some of Adam Nevill's novels (high praise indeed!)" - Booklover Catlady Reviews
"Fans of horror that is not over the top will enjoy reading Emergence by R. H. Dixon. The book manages to create a sense of dread without having to use gore and abstruse monstrosities. The evil is more subtle – and while there are some disturbing images, their placement is well done and will be appreciated by readers who will expect some shock value in a novel like this."- Reader's Favorite
|Publisher:||Corvus Corone Press|
|File size:||559 KB|
About the Author
R. H. Dixon is a horror enthusiast who, when not escaping into the fantastical realms of fiction, lives in the northeast of England with her husband and two whippets.
When reading and writing she enjoys exploring the darknesses and weaknesses within the human psyche, and she loves good strong characters that are flawed and put through their paces. Her favourite authors include: Shirley Jackson, John Ajvide Lindqvist, Joe Hill, Susan Hill and Ramsey Campbell.