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Forsaken | Andrew Van Wey

FORSAKEN

A beautiful house. A loving family. Two kids, a dog, and a tenure-track professorship teaching art at the local university. Dan Rineheart is living the dream. But all dreams must end.

When an anonymous painting arrives at the university, Dan is tasked with uncovering the artist. No title. No name. No signature or frame. It’s a disturbing work of grotesque perfection. A work of art… that changes with each viewing.

So begins the nightmare. Where painted clocks tick-tock in the dark hours before dawn. Where shadow-wrapped children stalk the halls of a once happy home. Where all paths lead to a forsaken artist and their impossible creation. This is the nightmare Dan Rineheart must enter before it shatters his sanity and devours his family.

Curl up with a novel of psychological horror that readers have called: “Intricate, disturbing, unexpected, and scary!”

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A Dark Tale
A Dark take wonderfully written. With rich descriptions and characters you won't soon forget. Part horror, part psychological thriller, you can't go wrong. Certainly a good read. You might want to read this one with the lights on.
-D Rasmussen

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One of the best horror novels I've ever read!
All I can say is "Wow!" This from a diehard horror fan. My favorite writer is Stephen King, especially his old horror novels. I've also read Koontz, Straub, Jack Kilburn, Joe Hart and others. I have to say in all honesty that this book stands among the best horror novels I have ever read - maybe even the best.
-D Safir

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