Forever 27

Forever 27

by Greg Hall


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Once you're this close to death, you start to see Hell...

Jim Morrison, Kurt Cobain, Jimi Hendrix, and Janis Joplin. The list goes on. What do all these famous names have in common? They all perished at the ripe age of 27. No one knew where the rumors began, but whispers of a supernatural force being blamed for their untimely deaths have been circulating over the years. Some say that each made a deal with the Devil. Each made it as far as they could before he came back...

Timothy Havik, Ian Mckinlay, Oren Laconte, Melanie and Danny Spencer, and Chloe Savoy all lived at Maplegrove. A foster care home. In their own way, each teen wanted more than their simple lives. After losing his art book, Oren found that it had mysteriously returned to Maplegrove. While thrilled at first, Oren discovered that the pages had been destroyed by irrelevant, indistinguishable messages. One page, in particular, contained three words. Three words each, when said aloud, summoned the Devil. That night, after each teen reads the words out loud, they are visited by an ominous being offering them the world.

Twelve years later, after each teenager had been living the life of their dreams, they begin to perish one by one. Once they realize the correlation between what they wished for and who was coming after them to collect, they try to find a way to be the Devil. Hearing tales of a monk who wrote a book called "The Devil's Bible", they try to track the 15th-century book before he comes for the rest of them.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781078753210
Publisher: Barnes & Noble Press
Publication date: 12/25/2019
Pages: 326
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.73(d)

About the Author

Greg is an avid horror fan who loves a great thrill piece. Usually found buried in books by Stephen King or Ania Ahlborn. When not writing or reading, he spends his time on his hobby farm in B.C.

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