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About the author:
R. Marx is an author that tends to write unconventional works of fiction that aim for challenging those who read them. Though they could use a more-so professional touch to them, her books strive to go beyond the norm of contemporary literature.
She's referred to what she writes as avant-garde, or anti-novels. Her prose and plots are experimental, and her heart is red with love for all readers willing to know her stories.
House of Flies
A Catalyst and Progeny Novella
Out of numbed, desensitized, stricken minds - in search of killing all essential humanity - the 'elder blow' was born.
Rebellion against the drug is a bloody effort for two young sisters who have long sought liberation from its smokes and the dead bodies that result and pile.
The winters are cold, the bludgeons are red, and hunger is an unbelievable phenomenon as these girls go to the worst of lengths to sever their loyalties to those who listlessly created the most destructive high imaginable and at large on the modern illegal market.
And deep down inside a house of flies the human effort is made manifest to rot and blow. Buzz like a bug, and explode like a bomb.
Human horror and mistake is teased in House of Flies, the first of the Catalyst and Progeny novellas.
- Publication Date:
- 1478125551 / 9781478125556
- Page Count:
- Binding Type:
- US Trade Paper
- Trim Size:
- 5.06" x 7.81"
- Black and White with Bleed
- Related Categories:
- Fiction / Horror / General