11 : 11
Each night, at precisely 11:11, Janis Bower is wrenched from her own reality and plunged into a terrifying world of screaming voices and nightmarish imagery, a world where an unspeakable creature is hunting for her. Emerging from these fugues with no memory of what she's done, Janis discovers that the visions are linked to her childhood. With the help of her twin brother, James-whose memory of their abusive parents is somehow more dependable than her own-she begins to unravel a mystery that began more than twenty years before, drawing closer to a truth so horrifying that even her own sanity is called into doubt. She is forced to confront the traumas of her past-the memories of a failed exorcism and a ghostly childhood presence that has never really gone away-and the certainty that she will do something terrible to her own child if she can't stop the fugues.
- Paperback | 302 pages
- 152 x 229 x 17mm | 445g
- 06 Sep 2015
- Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
- Illustrations, black and white
About Brad J Boucher
Brad J. Boucher is the author of five novels of horror and suspense: "Curnow's Crossing," The Shoals," "Diviner," "11:11," and "Primal Fear," all coming soon in paperback editions, as well as three collections of short horror stories: "The Dead Hours," "Readings from the Book of Pain," and "In the House of Sin." In addition to his novels, he has also placed more than fifty short stories in such publications as "Deathrealm," "Palace Corbie," "Best of the Midwest," and "Iniquities." One of his stories, "Cold Touch," was reprinted in the hardcover anthology, "Quick Chills II: The Best Horror Fiction from the Specialty Press," while several others have received honorable mentions in various editions of "Year's Best Fantasy and Horror." As a writer, his main preference continues to be horror fiction, though he has written and placed many science fiction stories, as well as a handful of thrillers and (very) dark comedies. One of his goals as a writer is to produce a string of horror novels that offer a fresh approach to both the subject matter and the genre itself, and to continually blur the lines between horror and other genres of fiction. His influences include the works of Stephen King and Clive Barker, the fiction of Graham Masterton, Joe R. Lansdale and Robert R. McCammon. He also cites a diverse group of non-horror writers as influences, including Elmore Leonard, Jerzy Kosinski, Tom Franklin and Chuck Palahniuk. Brad lives on New Hampshire's Seacoast with his two daughters, where he is working on his next two novels "Blood And Ashes" and "Surfacing" as well as a new collection of short horror stories, currently untitled.