Ramona Brinks is barely surviving her post-college angst, struggling to balance her partying with her job and her love life. She wants to move out and grow up. She doesn’t want to worry about the fact she’s seen a dead girl walking around in Elston or that she’s seen pictures indicating certain people in town haven’t aged in 60 years. She doesn’t want to be bothered by nagging evidence that something ancient and evil is at work in town. But when someone locks her in a basement because she’s asking too many questions, she can’t help but begin searching for answers in earnest.
As Ramona digs deeper, she begins to uncover a world underneath the seemingly quiet small town’s veneer. A realm of violent deaths and vengeful creatures, protecting a source of ancient power. Beneath the surface of her twentysomething culture–kids playing at being adults, existing on cigarettes, bars, and caffeine–something far more sinister is at work. And whatever it is, it doesn’t seem to want Ramona to leave.
Note: This book is intended for an audience over the age of eighteen. Proceed with caution if you are offended by strong language, sexual content, or violent content.
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