Forsaken - A Novel of Art, Evil, and Insanity





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Uploaded on Sep 29, 2011

"Finally! A true horror novel!"

A cursed painting...
A hidden affair...
And an undying secret, alive, in canvas and oil.

For art professor Daniel Rineheart, life's a dream. His family's laughter fills the halls of his happy home, and his wife's embrace lulls him to sleep.

But summer's end heralds the arrival of an ill gift: a mysterious painting sent by an anonymous artist, a disturbing work of grotesque perfection that awakens a surreal nightmare.

Enter the world of FORSAKEN, where evil lives in art.

...Where abstract children escape from a canvas prison to stalk the quiet halls of a happy home.

...Where painted clocks tick-tock away in the dark hours before dawn, and a missing dog whimpers from between the walls.

...And where all answers lead to a dark artist and an impossible creation, a cursed canvas with a twisted past that threatens to destroy his family, devour his sanity, and consume all that lay eyes upon it.

Curl up, if you dare, with a dark debut novel that readers are calling: "Beautifully written" -- "A 'Must Read'" -- "Super creepy" -- "Amazing!"

Fans of Clive Barker, Stephen King, and Peter Straub will find this dark novel written for them. FORSAKEN is a throwback to the dark tales that seep beneath the skin and come to a boil, where the real and surreal blend together, and the words within are best not read before bed!


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