Rusted Blood: Digital Darkness – Book One by Lucas Mangum

Six strangers wake from a unusual slumber only to find themselves inside an abandoned ice cream parlor. Surrounded by vintage frozen treat devices and game machines, the small group venture out and discover the sights, scents and sounds of a dead nostalgic amusement park. The group of unknowns quickly realize the struggle for survival is eminent as the gloomy fairgrounds quickly become a dangerous distortion of reality.

Lucas Mangum affixes his unique talents to a carnival atmosphere where ominous motivations inhabit vintage carnival tents, sketchy park rides and haunted freak shows. Trapping a cast of diverse characters within chain-link fences and cinder block walls, Mangum conjures up an unexpected house of horrors within the pages of his novella.

Rusted Blood: Digital Darkness - Book One features tragic and strange disoriented visions of conjoined twins, twisted Tilt-A-Whirls and predatory creatures. There are plenty of jump scares conjured up of faded faced clowns, ravenous rats and of course haunted Ferris Wheels that harken warped eerie music. I’m really looking forward to what awaits inside the next fictional gospel of the grotesque provided by this talented storyteller.
Known for oozing dark vibes by means of written word, Mangum once again provides the reader with an escape from the hustle and bustle of everyday living and enjoy his dark carnival ride. So after purchasing your one way ticket to Mangum’s Rusted Blood, it’s important to keep in mind the probability of surviving this reading adventure increases if you follow these simple words of advice…”Exit Through The Freakshow.” A five star ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Horror Bookworm Recommendation.
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