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  • 03/2018
  • 978-0999079522 B0795952YZ
  • 648 pages
  • $3.99
Demon King
Ancient evils lurk in the Western New York town of Oneka Falls, and they are hungry. Only three children have encountered them and lived. Psyches fractured, each child has survived as best they could—wrapped in fantasy, the comfort of amnesia, or the silence of isolation When those evils intrude on their lives a second time, it sets a chain of events in action that can only end in destruction. But who will be destroyed, the children or the ancient evils that plague the town? Start reading Demon King today and find out! "Vick’s (Errant Gods, 2017, etc.) supernatural horror story is evocative of Stephen King’s work in its use of a small-town setting and a gang of friends facing a powerful evil." --Kirkus Reviews Five Stars! "Demon King is a novel that is impossible to put down. Gripping and intense are only two words to describe the effect of the story, but if horror is your pleasure, that is all you need to hear. Erik Henry Vick is certainly an author to fill you with nightmares. Fabulous story. I loved it!" --Melinda Harris, Readers' Favorite Reviews
Reviews
Vick’s dark, tense thriller pits young kids—and their older selves—against a demonic evil and his twisted daughters in Upstate New York. In 1979, Benny Cartwright knows something is wrong when his friend Toby Burton doesn’t show up for school. He sets out to find his friend and is almost captured by the demon Herlequin, who took Toby. Quickly, the town is besieged by Herlequin’s demon horde, including his daughter, Brigitta, and her lover, former Marine sniper Owen Gray, who goes on a shooting rampage. In 2007, Drew Reid is a college professor who can see demons (which appear human to everyone else) and kills each one he finds. Scott Lewis is a state trooper investigating the killings who quickly becomes involved in Reid’s hunt for demons. Vick bounces the story line between eras effectively, and the tension never lets up. Stephen King fans will enjoy spotting the references that Vick sprinkles throughout in homage. Readers may find the story confusing at first, the quick plot resolution too thin, and some rape and killing scenes overly graphic, but the thrills and horrors are engrossing. (BookLife)
Formats
Kindle Edition eBooks Details
  • 03/2018
  • 978-0999079522 B0795952YZ
  • 648 pages
  • $3.99

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