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by Martin P Kerrigan
4.4 stars - 22 Reviews
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Winner of the Dream Realm Award for Horror.
AKA: Uluru Dreaming

From distant space the beyond gods of darkness have come.
To feed...
To destroy...
To crush the earth.

For in the darkness there are things.
Evil things.
Hateful things.
Hungry things.

And there are some people who eat darkness.

In a land you have never imagined.
In a place you have never been.
An old warrior and a young woman must find a way to
defeat the minions of the dark.
A powerful, shape changing monster created of earth ,
agony, death and blood.
And an enemy of savage depravity.
More than human...
And less.
Eaters of darkness.

There are many ways to die...
And the darkness knows them all.

If you have never been afraid of the dark...
You will be.

Fear The Dark!
One Reviewer Notes:
Fear the Dark is truly a book that you cannot put down. Fast paced, brutal and raw, it leaves the reader constantly short of breath. The author's descriptive ability is amazing - I could see the scenes that he was describing.
Liz
About the Author
Martin P Kerrigan was lucky enough to be born in Sydney, Australia between gen X and Gen Y. Growing up in the 1970s, he worked aimlessly at various jobs while spending his time enjoying the wonderful lifestyle of Sydney Martin P Kerrigan was lucky enough to be born in Sydney, Australia between gen X and Gen Y. Growing up in the 1970s, he worked aimlessly at various jobs while spending his time enjoying the wonderful lifestyle of Sydney's Northern Beaches. Dabbling in playing classical guitar, playing cricket, football, tennis and squash, he wrote his first books, Angel of the Mourning and The Ernie Effect. Discovering wing chun kung fu in 1989, he studied the wonderful martial art and was recognized as a sifu by the Ving Tsun Athletic Association in 2011. He has published three further, best selling novels on the Amazon Kindle platform. Martin is currently writing further books in the Princess Lau series. He still lives happily on the Northern Beaches with his beautiful Chinese partner.
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