3:33 by Mark Towse

Frank is beginning to show signs of aging. Loss of hair, an extended belly and sunken eyes are the unavoidable signs of getting old. Relationships with his wife and teenage kids are steadily deteriorating into non-existent. One evening he stumbles upon a mysterious exclusive members only club. Agreeing to a one-time opportunity, he believes his life is finally changing for the better. However, there is a price to be paid for this signed contract of promises.

Mark Towse brings his imaginary gift to a literary hallucinatory manifestation of wicked weirdness to his book 3:33. Invoked by colorful potions and multicolored pills, Towse leads the reader down a psychedelic rabbit hole of ecstasy and intoxicating sinfulness. This adult-rated bizarre playground of pleasurable patrons plays on emotions of vanity, self-pity and insecurities that one might possess. Invitees are expected to compensate for the entrance fee and their running tab of depraved decadence.

Towse cleverly exposes the sinful side of humanity and the lure of temptation as he gives the reader a taste of Heaven but not without serving up a heaping spoonful of Hell. Merging illusions into reality with sinister serums and nocturnal fantasies, this tale of luminescent splendor exploits pleasure, depravity and bizarre behavior all rolled into one macabre mindf**k. I mean for Christ’s sake, the bartender’s name is Lloyd. Gotta love that!
If there were ever a soundtrack for 3:33 it would be Hotel California. I strongly endorse this feel good story of the year…just be sure to stay away from the Golden Door. One last notation, an extra feature entitled Last Train is also included. A story of anticipated fear as a man’s train ride leaves in thirty minutes. Seems simple enough doesn’t it? Well, with Mark Towse as the conductor of this Hell ride anything can happen. A five star ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Horror Bookworm Recommendation.
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A Five Star ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Horror Bookworm Recommendation

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