Suicide Station by Jude Joseph Lovell
A dark tale about a young man who comes awake into a burned world and encounters a wandering stranger. Together they make a teacherous journey to a strange, mystical monolith and discover secrets about one another along the way.
|Publisher:||Blue Six Press|
|Sold by:||Barnes & Noble|
|File size:||27 KB|
About the Author
Jude Joseph Lovell was born in Chicago, Illinois, and educated at Xavier University and The New School. His writing has appeared in a number of magazines, including Touchstone, Paste, Rock & Sling, America, New Austin Review, Xavier, The Other Journal and American Chronicle.
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Suicide Station based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
This is a horror story with a brain AND a soul. A vividly imagined, highly original other world that is both utterly frightening and weirdly consoling, Creepy, suspenseful, brooding--and with a terrific twist at the end.
well written, intrigueing, suspenseful. I enjoyed every minute. I am a big fan of Deen Koontz & john Saul & I put this author right there next to them. looking forward to reading more from this author