Things We Saw At Midnight

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Things We Saw At Midnight

Things We Saw At Midnight We know you re not normal None of us are either This is Midnight City It s about to get weird In Midnight City some things are just accepted Like the way Old Lady Ellen can tell you the date of your

  • Title: Things We Saw At Midnight
  • Author: Apollo Blake Jinx King
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 121
  • Format: ebook
  • We know you re not normal None of us are, either This is Midnight City It s about to get weird In Midnight City some things are just accepted Like the way Old Lady Ellen can tell you the date of your death because the shadows who sit on her porch with her all day have whispered it to her or the way the man with a swarm of bees where his face should be We know you re not normal None of us are, either This is Midnight City It s about to get weird In Midnight City some things are just accepted Like the way Old Lady Ellen can tell you the date of your death because the shadows who sit on her porch with her all day have whispered it to her or the way the man with a swarm of bees where his face should be always sits in the same booth at Winston s Pie House The gas station attendant is a leftover god from another dimension, and one of the local journalists is the living echo of a storm that ravaged the city over fifty years ago but that s all just par for the course here For some of the ordinary citizens of the desert metropolis like twin sisters Clover and Poppy Pike every new incident of the unexplained is a story waiting to be told or a dare waiting to be taken But in the dark heart of this city set in the wastelands, fear lives like a sentient creature, infusing every interaction, every daydream and glance, with its poisonous touch In this free anthology written as a Halloween gift for his fans, Apollo Blake delves into the depths of horror and mystery in a collection of thirteen short stories and vignettes infused with passion, grief, and an unshakable sense of dread including A Fine Day for Dying, Eat Us Alive, and Kiss the Sun.

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      Published :2018-06-05T15:16:59+00:00

    One thought on “Things We Saw At Midnight

    1. Wart Hill on said:

      spooky and weeeeeirdeds some careful line editing, but otherwise v. good

    2. Heather *Awkward Queen and Unicorn Twin* on said:

      My rating has absolutely nothing to do with the fact that I'm friends with the author, or that I'm mentioned in the acknowledgements (!!!), which I didn't even know about until after I'd finished reading and decided on my rating.This is a collection of short stories. They're shorter than short stories. I'm calling them vignettes. These vignettes take place in Midnight City (Nevada! These stories are set in Nevada!) and give us glimpses into the strange, everyday occurrences of the town.I really [...]

    3. K.M. Montemayor on said:

      Just in time for Halloween. Apollo Blake, aka Oliver Urban, has offered up a collection of creepy short stories. And it's FREE! So check it out on Smashwords or Wattpad. Most of these leave you going WTH, in a Twilight Zone type of way. I'm still wondering (view spoiler)[ isKiss the Sunthe prologue toThe Golden Echo? (hide spoiler)]

    4. Danielle on said:

      No one is normal in Midnight City, located sometimes, but not always, in Nevada. The best reporter in town is the living echo of a storm, there's a guy with a swarm of bees where his face should be who's been stealing lawn ornaments, and Old Lady Ellen knows when you're going to die, but most likely won't tell you. ("If she says something, it might break you. And that would be rude.") You'll meet them all in this delightfully creepy collection of interconnected short stories.

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