Matt Hults

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Darkest Hour
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Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 90,440. Language: American English. Published: April 25, 2014. Category: Fiction » Horror » General
Delve into the darkness with twelve tales of horror from author Matt Hults. From deserted islands, to crumbling carnival fairgrounds ... out of the deep woods and across open fields littered with bones ... lurking among the quaint homes of suburbia ... The darkness is everywhere.
The Immaculate Conception
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Price: Free! Words: 11,320. Language: English. Published: April 25, 2014. Category: Fiction » Horror » General
The late 1600s. Things aboard the slave ship, Immaculate, are about to change; there will be changes of heart; changes of thinking; changes of the flesh. For something has been conceived from the hate and oppression of the slavers, and with it comes a new breed of terror that will be born into legend.
Dwellers of the Dark
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Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 30,620. Language: English. Published: April 1, 2011. Category: Fiction » Young adult or teen » Horror
When Ben and his older sister, Nixi, accidentally unleash a cloud of unnatural darkness from another dimension, they'll have to use brains, bravery, and a whole lot of flashlight batteries to save the planet before it becomes overrun by the monstrous Dwellers of the Dark.

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Smashwords book reviews by Matt Hults

  • Terror Town on March 06, 2011
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    Welcome to the town of Cloven Rock, population: DOOMED! Terror Town by James Roy Daley isn't for the faint of heart. Adventure, fear, and mayhem await, delivered through an omnipresent viewpoint reminiscent of the early works of Stephen King and John Saul. Two pages in and you are thoroughly entrenched in Daley's world. No escape. No going back. Only the driving need to get to the next page. The plot centers on the paralleling stories of summer man Daniel McGee and resident psychopath Nicolas Nehalem. Daniel has made a discovery in the basement of his lake house---a trapdoor hidden beneath the floor. Enlisting the help of several friends, Daniel and company descend into the unknown with the hope of finding valuables left by the previous owner. What they don't know is that there are other secrets lurking in the gloom below the house, and one is a multi-legged nightmare whose origins date back to the days of Vlad Tepes. Meanwhile, just a few houses away, the seething insanity of Nicolas Nehalem is about to boil over. Thrilled by the misery and torture of others, and fueled by a hatred that perhaps not even Nicolas understands, the time has come to unleash years of planned destruction on Cloven Rock. Horrors from the past collide with the madness of the present and explode into a storm of chaos and gore that is only navigable with the aid of Daley's witty prose. Great read!