A drunken, naked frenzy leads to a nightmare summoned to earth. A nightmare not meant to be witnessed by human eyes. Because if it is, the village will pay-and pay it does.
When the villagers find a broken man on the forest floor they know he's to blame for the curse that's befallen them, and they want his blood. Now, helped along by some sympathetic villagers, he's on a frantic race for his life and sanity. But the road to redemption leads them straight into the mouth of a hellish realm and the arms of an ancient god-benevolent until its rules are broken. And the group will soon find out the cost for...
SPYING ON GODS
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About the Author
He has managed to run Necro Publications since 1993, publishing some of the best names in modern horror: Edward Lee, Charlee Jacob, Gerard Houarner, Mehitobel Wilson, Jeffrey Thomas, Patrick Lestewka and dozens of others in various anthologies.
Dave has been published in a couple of the Shivers anthologies from Cemetery Dance Publications. He also has a story in the two-author chapbook The Baby along with Edward Lee. His collection, Dead Souls, came out from Shocklines Press in 2004 and at least a couple of people seemed to like it.
The Fallen: Book 1 is the first in what will hopefully be a long series books containing tales about angels and demons that will finally come together (fingers crossed) in one climatic battle for Heaven.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews
The book's title is a warning about what NOT to do, and when Yamak Lisconn disobeys this warning, not only does he suffer but so does his village. This latest from David G. Barnett reads like a timeless tale set in a long-ago village... Okay, okay, enough of making it sound like a fairy tale. True, it has village elders, heated town hall meetings, gypsy warnings and a compelling father-daughter relationship (Mirika and Victor, two strong, stubborn, heartfelt characters.) But beware! Barnett gives it a monstrous punch of horror - those of you who love the graphic and gruesome in his work, be ready for the Trifoth, and oh man, the Caged Baby. And Barnett's craft shines through as he weaves between a world on Earth and one hellishly below in a way that leaves you desperately hoping everything turns out okay for this tainted, barren village. Then again, this IS Dave Barnett, so how much hope will he allow his readers to have, lol! SPYING is an awesome read, I enjoyed the heck out of it (even the parts that made me cringe in horror.) Great and unique addition to this author's oeuvre.