Greetings Otherworld travelers, and welcome to our first stop of the week. It’s been a busy time as Spring has sprung, but even when the sun shines, there are places that are covered in shadows. If you’re looking for a sci-fi that has some darker elements, you’re in luck. Read on to learn more about Abomination of Lost Memories.
The well-traveled author RM Harrington explores new grounds in the captivating Abomination of Lost Memories: Man, Ghost, and One Crazy-Is-As-Crazy-Does Woman. This tale is a blend of science fiction and horror that truly engages the reader and keeps them intrigued and on the edge of their seats. Psychologically charged, it has you contemplating how delicate the psyche is, and how vulnerable we are to things beyond our control. Filled with things that go bump in the night, you never know what might lie around the corner, hidden by the layers of the veil. Is what Harrington’s characters are seeing real, or are the frayed edges of their sanity beginning to tear?
Abomination of Lost Memories presents a strange and unfathomable universe where individuals become confused and go insane, offering a unique touch on the science fiction, horror/thriller genre that pits the academically gifted against the psychologically disturbed. Complex characters get caught up in a convoluted scheme amid a unique and thought-provoking framework. Give it twenty pages, and Abomination of Lost Memories will pull you into a late night reading frenzy.
Between its catching plot, its mystifying monsters, and dialog and prose that keep fans entertained, Harrington has a hit on his hands here. Once it gets going, Abomination of Lost Memories gets its grips on readers, it doesn’t let go. The thrills permeate the work from cover to cover, and it is imaginative throughout. The real excitement will come from finding out whether or not you can put the book down, or if you’re fated to finish it all in one sitting. Check out Abomination of Lost Memories: Man, Ghost, and One Crazy-Is-As-Crazy-Does Woman on Amazon today!
Images provided courtesy of RM Harrington.