With Sebastian’s health deteriorating, his dad decides to risk them both crossing into Canada in efforts to meet with a physician friend in Montreal who might be able to help. Yet before even reaching the border they encounter new threats against them. Their escape is further complicated when after reaching Lee’s friend they are separated. This leads Sebastian to a perilous journey across the Canadian frontier, finding both a new friend and discovering a far more dangerous robotic conspiracy than anyone could have imagined.
Some souls were not meant to lead lives in the sun. They remain hidden within dark realms in fear of being seen and misunderstood. That is Ian’s fate after suffering at the hands of a demon blinded by rage and sorrow. Yet there exists a threat in the light, spreading lies driven by fear in warning others to be weary of the unknown prowling the depths of the forest. The unyielding belief in the justification of cruelty in seeking to end that which has been branded as profane proves all consuming. When entering the forest after twilight to pronounce final judgement for those in hiding, the threshold of good versus evil is blurred by the righteous. And thus a question may be asked. Who is the true creature of the night?
Amidst a world of cyber surveillance and advancing technology of 2035 San Francisco, Sebastian, a teen runaway, innocently access a sophisticated virtual reality program. The breach of this data proves the catalyst in unraveling corporate and government sanctioned deception of the most unimaginable type. And along with his computer hacker friend, Scotty, both are thrust into a dangerous conspiracy, linking them to a source exposing the truth.
Sebastian’s hopes of having a new life in Alaska quickly fade. Suffering in being the constant target for teasing from his high school classmates and understanding the dangers his dad attempts to shield them from, a sudden tragedy destroys any chances of this. He returns to San Francisco with the belief he can resume his previous life there as a runaway surviving on the streets. But as the old saying warns, you can’t go home. The dangers he faces here have multiplied, leading him to wonder if he can ever escape from the relentless hauntings of his past.
He has his father’s eyes…
Doctor Hydenberg has a theory. Not only does the human mind hold memories of people and places seen, but he believes the human eyes have the capacity to retain these same memories. What if a dead person’s eyes could be harvested and given to a new host? And what if this new host had the unique ability to read and see his benefactor’s memories? Unimaginable? Perhaps not if the right host can be found.
Emotionally suffering from what has happened to them, both Sebastian and Ben set out separately to confront their demons. Little do they realize how and when their paths will soon cross. For Sebastian, seeking closure in what happened to his dad and sister is what he most needs. For Ben, his growing rage consumes his desire for revenge.
Bullied by classmates and abused by his stepdad, seventeen year old Orrville Fletcher plans to leave his run-down home outside Birchwood Hollow, Tennessee once he turns eighteen. But one night after fighting off his stepdad, his escape from this small remote town in Appalachia is halted by an unimaginable invasion of space aliens, leading him to revelations of an unexpected truth.
Her last word before kissing him was, “Hush.”
Not love at first sight, but love at first whisper. Private Gregory Sheppard’s secret mission to German-occupied France has ended in tragedy. Severely injured and lacking the means to defend himself against the enemy, the help of a French woman offers him hopes of escape and a lifetime of love.
Sung with haunting vocals, a spares fragile melody strummed in the dark on a guitar can be one of many disguises for the lonely. Others, either victim of circumstance or of their own devices stay hidden behind colorful masks and pretty decorations to shield their pain. Yet these masquerades hold flaws for hearts searching to heal, revealing not desolate barren souls as any more than a painted desert, but desert angels waiting to lead the lost to the light.
A devil’s playground
Beneath the crisp white snow crowning the headstones of Shallow Hill, restless spirit voices echo warnings of danger. Brianna’s gift of conversing with the dead is tested to its limits when the man she loves falls victim to those suffering minds warped by greed and sadism. In waging battle against these all too human demons to save him, the once hallowed graveyard grounds alters its serenity when tainted by horrors and perversions, offering no escape for some
Who decided there’s a right and wrong side of town?
While passing through the small town of Fulton, North Dakota, a perfect place in America’s wide open, Scarlett meets the young man of her dreams. Mason is the sweet boy next door, the one most girls desire. But his dark past, hidden from him his whole life, unexpectedly surfaces, changing how people see him and how he sees himself. Somehow her love for Mason will remind him that he’s a good man, one of the best.
The apocalypse ended years ago. From the carnage of war, rival societies influenced by misunderstanding have sought refuge in the sky above Earth’s devastated surface. Having grown up in constant sunlight, never seeing traces of night, Sage, a daylighter, wonders why his dad is scared of the dark. Years later after a violent solar storm cripples his skyjammer, he briefly encounters exiles from Earth’s dark side. When captured by nightdwellers, people who live only in the darkness, he’s held prisoner in an unimaginable place. Sage learns why his father was afraid, as escape may be futile from those who lurk on the edge of night.