The 13th Day
It is often said one should let sleeping dogs sleep. The same could be said for certain traditions long since laid to rest. There is often very good reason for both. Someone should have told Niko and his friends. There are many reasons why the 216 acres of dark grass, towering trees, suffocating shadows and unkempt buildings have been abandoned for over 25 years. Some reasons lay cushioned in reality and truth; others shrouded in mystery, secrecy and urban legend. Playing with darkness is the surest way for someone to discover their threshold for pain. And there exists no pain as intense or penetrating as fear. When Shawn, Paula, Arick, Lupe, Niko and Briana decide to rehash the tradition of disturbing this dark place nestled in a dark crevice of Prince George's County, Maryland, they quickly discover that waking the sleeping is answering the invitation to walk into your worst nightmare.
- Paperback | 149 pages
- 152.4 x 228.6 x 9.65mm | 281.23g
- 11 Aug 2012
- London, United Kingdom