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Fading Light: An Anthology of the Monstrous: Tim Marquitz

by Gary W. Olson

Other authors: Edward M Erdelac, Gary W. Olson (Contributor)

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The light has failed: the era of man is at its end.Born of darkness, the creatures of myth, legend, and nightmare have long called the shadows home. Now, with the cruel touch of the sun fading intomemory, they've returned to claim their rightful place amidst humanity: as its masters.Fading Light collects 25 monstrous stories by authors new and experienced, in the genres of horror, science fiction, and fantasy, each bringing their own interpretation of what lurks in the dark.Contributors: Mark Lawrence, Gene O'Neill, William Meikle, David Dalglish, Gord Rollo, Nick Cato, Adam Millard, Stephen McQuiggan, Gary W Olson, Tom Olbert, Malon Edwards, Carl Barker, Jake Elliot, Lee Mather, Georgina Kamsika, Dorian Dawes, Timothy Baker, DL Seymour, Wayne Ligon, TSP Sweeney, Stacey Turner, Gef Fox, Edward M Erdelac, Henry P Gravelle, & Ryan Lawler.After purchasing the print book, simply send an email to angelicknightpress@gmail.com and we will gladly send you a coupon for a free eBook copy of the Fading Light Companion, which contains 5 bonus stories!… (more)
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The light has failed: the era of man is at its end.Born of darkness, the creatures of myth, legend, and nightmare have long called the shadows home. Now, with the cruel touch of the sun fading intomemory, they've returned to claim their rightful place amidst humanity: as its masters.Fading Light collects 25 monstrous stories by authors new and experienced, in the genres of horror, science fiction, and fantasy, each bringing their own interpretation of what lurks in the dark.Contributors: Mark Lawrence, Gene O'Neill, William Meikle, David Dalglish, Gord Rollo, Nick Cato, Adam Millard, Stephen McQuiggan, Gary W Olson, Tom Olbert, Malon Edwards, Carl Barker, Jake Elliot, Lee Mather, Georgina Kamsika, Dorian Dawes, Timothy Baker, DL Seymour, Wayne Ligon, TSP Sweeney, Stacey Turner, Gef Fox, Edward M Erdelac, Henry P Gravelle, & Ryan Lawler.After purchasing the print book, simply send an email to angelicknightpress@gmail.com and we will gladly send you a coupon for a free eBook copy of the Fading Light Companion, which contains 5 bonus stories!

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