Psycopomp and Circumstance by Adrean Messmer BOOK SPOTLIGHT 

Love this cover by the way!!!
Psychopomp and CircumstanceBy Adrean Messmer

Genre: Horror, New Adult

Publisher: A Murder of Storytellers

 

It starts on Facebook—an update that Nell doesn’t remember making. It’s bad enough that she’s dying and none of her friends know. Now, she’s pretty sure she’s going crazy. She sees the Sewercide Man everywhere she goes.

 

The bright, safe little town of Bandon is descending into darkness, dragging the inhabitants along for the ride. Death follows madness for those bound to the Sewercide Man’s will.

But the Sewercide Man is more than just a ghost or a monster. He is death without justice. He is destruction without remorse. He doesn’t have a plan.

 

He just wants to bring everyone home.

 

“A blend of gritty realism and dark supernatural, Psychopomp and Circumstance is Heathers meets It Follows, with a sprinkling of The Twilight Zone, all told with black humor, nihilist teen angst, and a buried need to be loved and accepted.”—Richard Thomas, author of Tribulations

 

Author bio


 

Adrean Messmer is a horror writer living in Tulsa, Oklahoma with a tiny human she put together from some spare parts and a technowizard husband. She has a cat named after a Batman villain, and a dog who’s really a magician.
When she was eight, she asked her mother to read Stephen King’s It to her as a bedtime story and her mother actually did it. So, that probably explains a lot.

 

https://twitter.com/JunkyardPoet
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http://www.Splatterhouse5.com

 

 

 

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3 Responses to Psycopomp and Circumstance by Adrean Messmer BOOK SPOTLIGHT 

  1. This sounds like a true psychological thriller, just your description already messes with my head. Those little things that make you second guess yourself is more scary than overt horror!

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