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How great is this! I am giving away five copies of Nina D'Arcangela's great story Bent Metal on her birthday! Woo, hoo! This is one fantastic tale of psychological horror. My favorite kind! You will notice the review below. That's me with my boring name. I got to do the first review for this great story. I love when that happens. I also love when Amazon tells me it led to sales. Double joy. Anyway, look this over and tell me you want this book and it is yours. Here or on my Facebook page. I guarantee you will love it.
Publication Date:September 16, 2014
Where does reality end and dreamscape begin?
Woken each night by the sounds of screams and twisting metal, Lauren
must relive the panic and fear of discovering her brother’s broken body
on the asphalt. But each morning, she finds it’s only a dream… One she
doesn’t want to keep having.
At what point does a dream become a nightmare, and what if the nightmare was more than a figment of her subconscious?
Bent Metal, by Nina D'Arcangela, is one of those mind-blowing tales
that takes twists and turns from start to finish. You know the ending,
but you really don't. You are pulled into alternate realities that pull
at you from all directions, whispering into your ears that what you are
reading only hints at the truth, and no matter how it plays out, there
will be deep sadness.
Many people say never to write about
dreams. No one cares to hear about them. I beg to differ. Dreams are on a
plane of existence unlike our waking psyches. Nina's dream world is
interlaced with realities, and bonds itself to the physical reality we
try to ground ourselves in.
I have had the same dream every night
for 47 years. I keep hoping for a different ending so that happiness
will finally wash over me. This gives me more insight into the tale Nina
shares with us. I understand. I believe. And I can still hope.
Read Bent Metal. Nina D'Arcangela is a master of psychological horror.