Book: The entity by Gary M. Martincategories: Book, Stranger in Town, Another World, Viscous Dog, Child Kidnappings, Supernatural Power, Possesed, Premonition, Hovering Light, Science Fiction, Horror, Dreams, Paranormal Thriller
Gary M. Martinabout this book: A stranger suddenly enters the small town of New Falls, Alabama. He is not alone. Though he is unaware of it something sinister has come along with him.
Robert Trimball, a professor at a nearby university gets a call from the stranger wanting to meet with him. Robert is reluctant but the man has information that Robert finds fascinating.
A black dog attacks a homeless man. The man is his first victim. The dog begins to grow.
Reverend Ezekiel Powell notices a strange dog outside his mansion. Inexplicably, he is suddenly frightened and runs for one of his guns. When he gets back the dog is gone, but he notices a light shining at the edge of the woods. He doesn't realize how much this light is about to change his life.
Several people are thrown together in a fight between good, evil and the unknown.
This book is a combination of several genres. It is science fiction, horror, thriller, and the occult. I've tried to keep it fast paced. I love it when people say they couldn't put the book down!
I would say that this is similar to a Dean Koontz novel. I'm not suggesting that my story telling skills could compare to his only that the story line is comparable.
The hardest part about writing this book is that I didn't know how it was going to end. Unfortunately, I do this a lot. Though I try to have a suitable end in mind is usually doesn't work out the way I play. You can blame it on the characters I choose.
Just yesterday I advertised a free ebook on Freebooksy. I got 1,485 downloads for that single day. Today I got sales for that book. So, I guess somebody likes it.
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