Abode of the Damned: A Dark Supernatural Fantasy

Rated 3.67/5 based on 3 reviews
The last thing Cole Sunger remembers is the trap door creaking open beneath his feet on the gallows of Arkwood Penitentiary. Now Cole is awake – aware - in a frighteningly dark realm populated by demonic creatures. Utterly perturbed by his dark supernatural locale, Cole allies himself with two other damned souls, Clancy and Lucy, and soon learns he has arrived in Hell amidst a demon uprising.

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About Matt Cole

Matt was born in a Vancouver, British Columbia 1967. He earned a undergraduate degree in kinesiology at the University of British Columbia and a graduate degree in exercise physiology the University of Victoria.

He was first inspired to write speculative fiction while in college, during a speculative fiction literature course. Since then, in addition to short stories, Matt has experimented with writing screenplays and graphic novel scripts.

In addition to writing speculative fiction in various forms, Matt enjoys red wine (or the nectar of the Gods as he believes it to be); dark chocolate; watching the game at the pub; IPSC competitions; keeping physically fit; collecting comic books, attending film festivals, and wondering book stores.

Matt currently resides in Burnaby, British Columbia.

His author site and blog is http://talesfromthedark.wordpress.com/

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Reviews

Review by: Ken on Aug. 06, 2013 :
Cole Sunger is executed, hanged, dead! But, he wakes up! And he is in the unfamiliar and yet unmistakable environs of Hell. He finds himself teamed with two other unfortunate souls with only one thing on their mind...escape.

I am a fan of open-ended stories. This one though was a bit too open-ended for my taste.

3 STARS
(reviewed long after purchase)

Review by: melissa fuentes on June 08, 2013 :
This short story was really quite interesting. I really liked the dark setting. Hopefully we will read about this world in future. If you have a few moments to yourself, I would highly recommend this story.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

Review by: AppleSticker on April 04, 2013 :
A nice, easy short story. The characters were interesting and easy to understand, given the small amount of description and back-story they got. I loved the dark, dangerous setting, which from the very beginning sets the tone for the next eleven pages. A great little read, highly recommended for anyone with a spare ten minutes.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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