Gape

by Aiden Truss on Mar 21, 2016 in Featured, Horror via Best Books
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When Rose woke up in her favourite shop doorway, she was resigned to yet another day of hunger, struggle and abuse. This was life on the streets after all.

What she wasn’t prepared for was a visit from a demon, an invitation back to his temporally insubstantial sanctuary, and forced to take sides in a battle involving most of the denizens of hell. Oh, and a boat trip down the river Thames.

After a disappointing start to the day, things were about to get a bit more interesting…

About the author:

Aiden Truss is a forty four year-old geek who still thinks that he's twenty-one. Despite never having grown up, he's now been married for twenty four years and has two sons who have grown up against all odds to be strangely well adjusted. Aiden spends his time flitting between high and low culture: he holds an MA in Cultural and Critical Studies and can often be seen stalking the galleries and museums of London, but also likes watching WWE, listening to heavy metal music, collecting comic books and playing classic video games. Aiden lives in Kent, England and Gape is his first novel.

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