David Warren is the author of the thriller Jest, which has been praised by both critics and fans alike. Replica is his second published work and is a tribute to the classic horror of yesteryear. When he’s not writing, you can find David spending time with his wife and three young children in Pennsylvania.
David is also an active Christian, citing that Philippians 4:13 and Matthew 6:33 are the verses he tries to live his life by. When asked why he writes horror, his response was simple: “I am God’s way of showing that not every single person fits the cookie-cutter image that our society has of what being a Christian is all about. It’s okay to be a Christian and like other things, like horror for instance.”
High-school senior Gary Harmon is the class nerd. Used to being harassed, he finds comfort in his hobby—old horror movies. One day, he discovers a camera that was his father’s—who is institutionalized for killing Gary’s mother. Gary becomes obsessed, unable to resist its sinister powers. A Halloween dance becomes the setting for Gary’s revenge, which he exacts with the camera’s guidance and help.
Nicole is trying to cope with life and an alcoholic father. Everything changed when she received the letter from her grandfather bypassing her father and naming Nicole as heir to his castle in England. Nicole and her friends fly overseas and visit the castle. When they arrive they soon come to realize, this castle has an ancient occupant. One that has been lying dormant for hundreds of years...