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eBook The Nightmare Frontier ePub

by Stephen Mark Rainey

  • ISBN: 1902309618
  • Category: Genre Fiction
  • Subcategory: Literature
  • Author: Stephen Mark Rainey
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Sarob Press (2006)
  • Pages: 185
  • ePub book: 1767 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1147 kb
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  • Rating: 4.6
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Stephen Mark Rainey (born 1959) is an author of novels, short stories, and various works of nonfiction.

Stephen Mark Rainey (born 1959) is an author of novels, short stories, and various works of nonfiction. As a teenager, Rainey created Japanese Giants, a fanzine devoted to Godzilla and other daikaiju movies.

The Nightmare Frontier book. Stephen Mark Rainey is author of the novels THE LEBO COVEN, BALAK, DARK SHADOWS: DREAMS OF THE DARK (with Elizabeth Massie), BLUE DEVIL ISLAND, THE NIGHTMARE FRONTIER, THE MONARCHS, YOUNG BLOOD, and WEST VIRGINIA: LAIR OF THE MOTHMAN; five short story collections; and over 100 published works of short fiction, which may be found in magazines and anthologies such as CEMETERY.

by Stephen Mark Rainey. But inside Silver Ridge, the nightmare is just beginning. Confined by this unimaginable barrier, the townspeople find themselves confronted by the denizens of a distant dimension: horrifying creatures that intend to transform the valley town into their own outpost. To these extra-dimensional travelers, human beings are nothing more than pests to be exterminated.

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The Nightmare Frontier. The town of Silver Ridge, West Virginia, has disappeared from the face of the earth. To the outside world, a chasm of impenetrable mist is all that remains of the town. Select Format: Hardcover. ISBN13:9781902309613. Read books for free from anywhere and from any device. Listen to books in audio format instead of reading.

Stephen Mark Rainey (born Chattanooga, Tennessee, May 2, 1959) is an author of novels, short stories, and various works of non-fiction

Stephen Mark Rainey (born Chattanooga, Tennessee, May 2, 1959) is an author of novels, short stories, and various works of non-fiction.

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Stephen Mark Rainey is author of the novels THE LEBO COVEN, BALAK, DARK SHADOWS: DREAMS OF THE DARK (with Elizabeth Massie), BLUE DEVIL ISLAND, THE NIGHTMARE FRONTIER, and THE MONARCHS; five short story collections; and over 100 published works of short.

Stephen Mark Rainey is author of the novels THE LEBO COVEN, BALAK, DARK SHADOWS: DREAMS OF THE DARK (with Elizabeth Massie), BLUE DEVIL ISLAND, THE NIGHTMARE FRONTIER, and THE MONARCHS; five short story collections; and over 100 published works of short fiction, which may be found in magazines and anthologies such as CEMETERY DANCE, THE BEST OF CEMETERY DANCE, DARK WISDOM, DARK DISCOVERIES, INHUMAN, ROBERT BLOCH'S PSYCHOS, and many others.

The town of Silver Ridge, West Virginia, has disappeared from the face of the earth. A vast chasm prevents any living soul from crossing into the community. From above, only an impenetrable layer of mist marks the spot where the town had existed. Inside Silver Ridge, the nightmare is just beginning. Confined by this unimaginable barrier, the townspeople find themselves confronted by the denizens of a distant dimension: horrifying creatures that intend to transform the valley town into an outpost hospitable to their existence. To these extra-dimensional travelers, human beings are nothing more than pests to be exterminated. Russ Copeland and Diana Harrington are determined to resist... but as they face death to restore Silver Ridge to its rightful place on Earth, they find that their true enemy may not be the incomprehensible invaders, but an insidious evil whose origin is closer to home than they can imagine. ~ ~ "Remember what it was like to read a horror novel that actually made you sweat with dread and your hand shake ever-so-slightly as you turned the page? Remember what it was like to feel your heart thud against your chest as the plight of the characters became your own? Remember what it was like to have a story cast a spell over you rather than ram everything down your throat? If so, you've reason to rejoice; if not, then you need to discover what that's like. In either case, Mark Rainey's The Nightmare Frontier delivers the goods. This is the Good, Real Stuff. From its powerful opening in the jungles of Vietnam to its nerve-wracking finale, this novel never releases its grip on the reader's nerves, brains, and heart." -Gary Braunbeck, author of In Silent Graves, In the Midnight Museum, and Things Left Behind