Gone To See The River Man by Kristopher Triana

After Lori’s correspondence with an incarcerated notorious serial killer, she is inspired from her abnormal obsession to take it a step farther and “make a deal with the devil”. This fixation leads to a dark and twisted journey of hope, devotion and terror. A journey where all paths and trails lead to one entity…The River Man.

As the story unfolds, it’s quickly apparent sinister urges are hidden within the main characters. As these temperamental morals surface, the reader will experience pure abject terror within every chapter. In addition, the gloomy woods, threatening rivers and dilapidated shacks cleverly become supplementary cast members. All of these cause a foreboding shadow that looms over the storyline as it develops.

Author Kristopher Triana brings his warped brand of lewdness to darken woods and ominous rivers. He unfolds a tale of determined objectives and extreme emotions regarding love, fear and regret. Accompany this with an unusual sibling affection coated with jealousy, and you have the elements for a Triana classic.

Kristopher Triana is a Splatterpunk Award winning author. Gone To See The River Man, released by Cemetery Dance Publications, has been nominated for a Splatterpunk Award in the category of Best Novel. This means...with great powers of written horror comes great splatterpunk responsibility. No bones about it, this is a brutal book with a strong undercurrent of graphic gory depictions of violence, definitely not for the squeamish.
Some legends should never be explored, some secrets should never be spoken and some wishes should never be made.
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4 / 5 🚣‍♀️ 🚣‍♀️ 🚣‍♀️ 🚣‍♀️ Horror Bookworm Recommendation

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