What Neither Star nor Sun Shall Waken: A Sci-Fi Horror Story

Rated 4.33/5 based on 4 reviews
In this terrifying tale of sci-fi horror...

Captain Gibson's ship is falling.

Plunging from space at ten times the speed of sound into an alien ocean of darkness.

A place where no light has shown since the days of creation, a place beyond any hope of rescue.

A place with almost no chance of any other life existing. Where he will almost certainly be alone in the dark.

Almost. More
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Words: 4,920
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301737307
About Ryan Notch

Ryan Notch lives in Centralia, Pennsylvania, a town evacuated by the Federal government due to a coal mine fire burning beneath it since 1962. The only town in America ever to have its zip code revoked. During the day he wanders the empty streets and houses as if in a dream, looking for something he lost but can't remember where or what it was. At night he writes his horror stories by lying down next to a burning fissure along main street and placing his ear to the ground, transcribing what he hears coming up from below.

To view his photographs featuring the dreams of abandoned places please visit www.areographers.com

Or watch a trailer for his feature length horror movie at www.lastnightofapril.com

Or read his comics at www.themsgoodcomics.com

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Reviews

Review by: V.A. Joshua on April 22, 2015 :
So I read this book not knowing what to expect and received mixed feelings when I was done. It is a quick entertaining read that makes you wonder what is going to happen and how would I react in a similar situation. I reached the ending and was kind of upset. Mainly because I wanted more but there wasn't. I have read many other reviews from him and some feel the same way, but he actually makes you want to read more of his work. It's like when you are done reading you're thinking,"damn it Ryan...I want to read another one of your books right now!" His ideas really do make you wonder of the unknown and capture the imagination in an unsettling wow I would have never have guessed it sort of way. In other words...just read it.
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Review by: James Jenkins on Nov. 28, 2013 : (no rating)
" Plunging from space at ten times the speed of sound" Just screams really bad science, I shuddered so bad just thinking about it I had to post a note.
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Review by: David H. Keith on March 12, 2013 :
This is a well-crafted, taut story that could very well leave the more innocent reader with nightmares. While some of the hard science may seem a bit implausible, that just doesn't matter for the science of it is secondary to a plain old-fashioned scary story, the sort we loved to watch late of a Friday night.
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Review by: Kassandra Alvarado on March 12, 2013 :
A very creepy and effective short story :)
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