Today, Shadowood is little more than a collection of moss covered ruins deep in the heart of the Capitol State Forest, but in 1893, it was a thriving logging community with dozens of residents. What happened to those poor souls still remains a mystery; however, locals have no shortage of theories. The one thing we know for certain is that entering these woods is not for the faint of heart.
Ayden Wells is having a rough go of it lately: messy divorce, disgruntled literary agent and, as if that weren’t bad enough, he’s crippled by writer’s block. With his life crumbling around him, Ayden is about to take one last stab at clawing his way back to the top. From the author of Die Anne comes an unforgettable novel (adapted into a full-length feature film).
Shane Thompson is a successful novelist and high school English teacher who happens to be pretty happy with how his life turned out; however, he longs for someone to share it with. Unfortunately for Shane, he's about to be taught the toughest lesson of all: sometimes you’re better off alone. From the author of Harvest (now a full-length feature film) comes a unique novel so shocking and perverse that it'll be etched in your memory forever.
Ayden Brewer has his fair share of skeletons in the closet, squandered opportunities, and shattered relationships that he’d rather forget. Unfortunately for this author, fate has other ideas. Forced to confront the sins of his past, one thing becomes abundantly clear: it’s a long, hard road out of hell. From the author of Harvest (now a full-length feature film) comes a tale too twisted and bizarre to ever forget.
Before Amber-Lynn's tormented retribution, before Jenna’s twisted quest for love, and before Ayden shocked the nation with his exploits, there was Shane Nichols - a happy-go-lucky ad exec with a thing for the office secretary. All in all, it seemed like things were going pretty well for him, but then… “Oh, my God! He’s got a gun!"