Empties

Empties Chris was content with his suburban life the college sweetheart he married the work friends he socialized with Everything seemed to be going to plan until Chris found the jogger comatose on the gras

  • Title: Empties
  • Author: Jay Caselberg
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 244
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Chris was content with his suburban life, the college sweetheart he married, the work friends he socialized with Everything seemed to be going to plan until Chris found the jogger comatose on the grass When his wife, Stase, collapsed in a heap, two smiling men gathered her up and took her away Stase returned changed somehow, given to bouts of anger she d never expressedChris was content with his suburban life, the college sweetheart he married, the work friends he socialized with Everything seemed to be going to plan until Chris found the jogger comatose on the grass When his wife, Stase, collapsed in a heap, two smiling men gathered her up and took her away Stase returned changed somehow, given to bouts of anger she d never expressed before Now Chris has a new purpose find out what s been done to his wife, and who the smiling men are But these are secrets that don t want to be found, and they ll go to great lengths to stay hidden Painful, powerful and haunting, Empties is a tour de force Lavie Tidhar

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      Jay Caselberg

    About Author

    1. Jay Caselberg is an Australian author based in Europe He has lived and worked in multiple countries around the world, at last count, around 70 He thinks of himself primarily as a short fiction writer and poet who also sometimes writes novels His works span science fiction, fantasy, horror, literary and combinations of all of them.Pen Names James A Hartley.

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    1. This is as dark and as brutal as you make them, without being in your face Quiet, psychological horror that tears at relationships and images of the self and reality It may take a strong heart to read this and persist although, I suppose, in the end, it closes on a optimistic note.


    2. Dark as all get out Full of angst and the mix of interpersonal relations and dependency A harsh novel, but well worth the read Horror, but of the psychological We are nothing than our own monsters.



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