Aldedaros

Rated 3.00/5 based on 1 reviews
The shadows can hide our darkest secrets and fears, but what if they cover more than we were lead to believe? In this story of personal horror, you will find the truth about the disappearance of Dave Newster, a regular man that was looking for some fun, but finds himself lost as the author slowly pushes the limits of reality to the dark depths of imagination.
Do you really think you are alone?
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Price: Free! USD

Words: 2,800
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301149872
About Mike Brandish

Since I was a child, I always had a knack for strategic and intellectual games, specially RPGs. I would spend hours and hours detailing worlds and creatures that would inhabit fantasy worlds of the future or the past. That lead me to a lot of reading, specially H. P. Lovecraft, Andre Vianco, Isaac Asimov and other great writers of the genres fantasy, terror and science fiction.
I live in Sao Paulo, Brazil, although my stories are usually passed on different places.

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Review by: Sherry Donacy on Sep. 28, 2013 :
A truly original, truly horrifying concept. A man, unhappy with his life, finds the seediest bar he possibly can locate and drinks away the night. Before long, another of the bars patrons pulls up the next stool and offers to show the man what the world is truly like. While this story mixed elements of my favorite writers from Lovecraft, to Poe, to King; I could not help but wish I could read the story in its original Portuguese. Sadly, I felt much of the narrative was lost to the clumsy word structure. While I would say this story is a worth a read, be prepared for a few head scratchers as you try to figure out what the words in front of you mean in that combination. While I would give the concept (and probably the Portuguese edition) five stars, I have to judge this work based on what is front of me and for that reason I feel it is a three star story. I do hope to see more of your work in the future, Mike. I would perhaps give your next translation another proof read or have a friend proof read it.
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