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About the author:
L. David Hesler is an author and illustrator specializing in horror, fantasy, and science fiction for teen and adult readers. When he isn't crafting weird tales, he is either pounding away on a Schecter guitar in his home studio or he's trying to catch up on a reading list that's been growing since 1995.
L. David Hesler's work includes the short story collection "Prismatica" and the novel "Children of Aerthwheel." His poetry and short fiction have appeared in the literary magazines "New Wine," "The Ivy Review," and "State of Imagination."
Hesler has published two e-books in his original series "Roswell Newton," as well as three installments in his original series "Divine Intermission." The first season of his free horror serial "Deadtown" has also been collected as an e-book. In 2012, Hesler's first stage play, entitled "Public Domain," was produced for the public.
Hesler has also written and performed music for several alternative rock albums with the bands DeepSkyTraveler and The Pale Hypnotic. In 2011, he released an album of music inspired by his novel "Children of Aerthwheel."
Prelude to the Godblood Cycle
L. David Hesler
Horror and fantasy author L. David Hesler takes you by the hand and wanders the dream roads in this mesmerizing collection of connected short stories.
1993- Michael Duncan is a police officer in rural Missouri. He meets a mysterious young girl during a routine search and rescue mission in the woods of Soldier Creek, a haunted stream on the outskirts of a town called Mason's Post.
His encounter with this tortured girl has consequences that linger for nearly twenty years until a madman possessed by something dark and primal threatens to tear apart a family... and the fabric of reality itself.
As Michael's story unfolds in multiple tales, the mystery only becomes more maddening. Why was he chosen? And where will he go when he's fulfilled his destiny? Only the unknown forces that force him forward know for sure...
- Publication Date:
- 1461123631 / 9781461123637
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- Binding Type:
- US Trade Paper
- Trim Size:
- 6" x 9"
- Black and White
- Related Categories:
- Fiction / Short Stories