The Fishers

Rated 5.00/5 based on 3 reviews
This short story is the prologue to my novel, "The Dark Trek Home".

A father and son out fishing.

Quality time from the first cast, the morning is perfect...for awhile. Chaos ripples across the pond and the two find themselves fleeing for their lives.

Nothing makes sense.

What is after them? What do they want? More
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Price: Free! USD

Words: 3,170
Language: English
ISBN: 9781466030169
About Erik Gustafson

I am the director of Fantasy at Visionary Press Collaborative.

I spent 20 years serving in the United States Air Force, and have had the fortune to live all over the world, including Iceland, Germany, and in a tent for a year in Saudi Arabia.

Always an artist at heart, I produced many paintings during my adventures. After my service, I settled down with my family (wife, two great daughters, 2 cats and a little white fluff dog) in small town Iowa, where I love to volunteer at the antique carousel. Now, I help people with intellectual disabilities to reach their potential and teach psychology classes at a local college.

I switched from a paint brush to a pen and am now a horror writer, by night.

I am working on my forth novel. I have been published in The Horror Zine, Horrified Press, Sirens Call Publications, Pleasant Storm Entertainment, Crypto and Co., Death Throes Webzine, and several other horror anthologies.

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Reviews

Review by: Erin Kelly on Jan. 21, 2012 :
We've all had those times when we expect things to go a certain way and they take a 180 degree turn. Erik Gustafson does it again with another creepy story that turns a father-son fishing trip into an edge of your seat nail biter!
(review of free book)

Review by: Mark Lewis on Oct. 24, 2011 :
The Fishers hooks you from the very beginning. It tugs on your fears of the dsrk deep. This is the origin of The Creatue From the Black Lagoon. I highly recommend it.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

Review by: Helmy Kusuma on Oct. 02, 2011 :
If you don't want your view of lazy fishing day be tainted, don't read this book.
Once you lay your eyes on page one, you wouldn't be able to stop until the last word.
So, grit your teeth and be ready to be scared...
Please tell me Erik, that surely there is a continuation for this gem??
(review of free book)

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