• img-book

    Simon West-Bulford

Dark Seed

by: Simon West-Bulford

England. 1923. A violent earthquake has mysteriously transformed the village of Dennington Cross into a hellish realm of eternal darkness, overtaken by murderous beasts roaming the cobbled streets.

[yith_wcwl_add_to_wishlist]
Hidden
Meet the Author
avatar-author
Simon West-Bulford is the author of the critically acclaimed sci-fi series The Soul Archives, including The Soul Consortium and The Soul Continuum, and the IPPY Award–winning fantasy The Beasts of Upton Puddle. Dark Seed and To One Knight’s Heaven are slated for release from Medallion Press in 2016. Simon lives in Essex, England, working alongside his wife as an IT project leader for clinical trials.
Books of Simon West-Bulford
Add to cart[yith_wcwl_add_to_wishlist]
Add to cart[yith_wcwl_add_to_wishlist]
Add to cart[yith_wcwl_add_to_wishlist]
Read more[yith_wcwl_add_to_wishlist]
Dark Seed 2016
Read more[yith_wcwl_add_to_wishlist]
About This Book
Overview

England. 1923. A violent earthquake has mysteriously transformed the village of Dennington Cross into a hellish realm of eternal darkness, overtaken by murderous beasts roaming the cobbled streets.

English university lecturer Alexander Drenn attempts to flee the village but narrowly escapes plunging into the abyss that completely surrounds it. Upon returning home to live out his final days, Drenn finds a mysterious invitation to the home of Lord Hargraven, a man whose obsession with the occult has paved the way for a dark entity to wreak havoc on an unsuspecting world.

But Drenn realizes he’s not the only one invited to the party—there are others who received the same invitation. Now they must discover why Hargraven chose to lead them straight into the belly of the beast and solve a riddle that will bring Dennington Cross back into the light.

Details

Publisher: Medallion Press Inc.
Publish Date: 2016
Page Count:

"The author’s descriptions are vivid and inventive...Dark Seed is an entertaining, chilling read." —Musings of the Monster Librarian

"Great.It had me hooked on page 1 already,and kept my attention with a slight grip on my heart throughout. The ending was both expected and unexpected which i liked. " —Library Thing