Not much is known about the mysterious new horror author Clive Reznor. His background is nestled solidly in the dark web but he has been writing about the underside of the human imagination for fifteen years.
With The Apollyon Game and The Immanent World Volume 2: Cluichi, Reznor has crafted some truly twisted tales and only plans to continue creeping out readers for years to come.
Demons! Angels! Lost Souls! Cannibals!
Omar Snellings had no idea that on this day — the final day of his life — that he'd be introduced to the ethereal forces of Heaven and Hell engaged in a series of card games, or cluichi, that used human souls as currency. Clive Reznor's newest horror anthology will test your limits. Told in six short stories ranging from gothic horror to social commentary to
"It's like Black Mirror with a Paranormal edge."
It's the fear we all have using the internet: Who is watching? What have I left out there? David Clegg ignored that fear, posted his musings on the Dark Web, and paid the price. When a mysterious hacker hijacks his computer, Clegg is shown a series of real-time videos, each one a story of mankind's dark dealings with technology and the paranormal.
For fans of stories like The Hellbound Heart or Night Shift, this scary short read injects the reader into the middle of a terrifying paranormal nightmare that will have you questioning what you believe about personal truths and the justifications for revenge.