by Richard E. Gropp
Del Rey, $15.00, 408pp
Release Date: September 25, 2012
Apparently a first novel, Bad Glass is written in the form of a diary.
Aspiring photographer Dean Walker sneaks into the quarantined city, Spokane, to document what is going on. Things will change him and all who enter. The philosophical implications are an extension of the physical manifestations... or are they?
Dean falls in love with a beautiful but damaged woman named Taylor and they try to escape, but the city is actively hunting them. As they work, the world is coming undone. Will they survive, and as what?
This journey into un-sanity is riveting and scary and a must read for fans of psychological horror; well-written. ~~ Pam Allan
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