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Length: 438 pages Word Wise: Enabled Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled

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  • File Size: 1045 KB
  • Print Length: 438 pages
  • Publisher: Dying Ice Books (October 17, 2011)
  • Publication Date: October 17, 2011
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B005WORR78
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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Andrew Wolter is the award-winning author of the books Haunt Me Again, Much of Madness, More of Sin and Nightfall. His short stories have appeared in both online and print publications including, most recently, Anthology Year Two: Inner Demons Out, Enter at Your Own Risk: Fires and Phantoms & Raw: Brutality As Art.

Though Andrew always conveys a realistic moral in his fiction, his works remain dark and without remorse. Readers will find that a majority of Andrew's works contain tortured protagonists as main characters. The development of such characterization is nothing more than art imitating life and a knowledge of what he has experienced.

In addition to his dark fiction, Andrew writes under the pseudonym Tristan Wilde. As Tristan Wilde, Andrew has freelanced as a contributing columnist to X-Factor Magazine, in which he has over 85 published reviews and 15 published interviews. Being an advocate for LGBT rights, he has also freelanced as a contributing columnist for a several nationwide LGBT publications.

A resident of Seattle, Washington, Andrew is an active member of the Horror Writers Association and is currently working on several forthcoming novels.

Visit Andrew Wolter on the web at www.AndrewWolter.com

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Amanda M Lyons on November 17, 2011
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Somewhere out in the desert beyond the sand and the cactus lies a doorway that is waiting for a young poet named Stefan Powell to give it entry, to make it complete enough to form a union between our world and that of the demons. The Nightworld is a terrible place full of torture and pain, for years it has stolen away young men and women with special knowledge of the arcane and the subtlest desire to know the dark that waits beyond out own world. Now after years of waiting the Nightworld will use Stefan to gain a hold on our world, to give it new power and access to all we hold sacred.

Stefan is a man overcome by the death of his mother and the darkness that dwells within him. Living his day to day life he can't help but feel alone in the small town where he's found himself working bit by bit to complete his book of demonic poetry and hoping that something will come along to alleviate his loneliness.

One night when he goes out into the desert to be alone with his thoughts and search for inspiration Stefan instead comes face to face with a doorway. A terrible sight comes to him from inside of it and there reaching from its horrible depths is the arm of a stranger who pleads for rescue.

At first he thinks its all a dream one like many he's had before and gone on to write about but then he meets Breckin ( the man he's saved) and the strange truth of his existence is revealed to him. As the days move on more and more strange people come into Stefan's life and he's forced to take action he'd never thought he'd face in his everyday life. Again and again the people he loves come under threat, over and over his own life is threatened as he begins to see what his future holds.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Keys29201 on April 12, 2012
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I am by no means a bookophile nor an expert in the genre of horror fiction. I am simply a person who loves horror and loves to read, but has precious little time to indulge myself. Because of that, I am always hesitant opening up to a new writer. A bad read is a waste of this last half of a century I have entered! I stumbled across Andrew Wolter thru mutual contacts on Facebook, and am glad I did. Having read everything Stephen King and Ann Rice have written, I compare others to them. Andrew skillfully provides multi-dimensional, realistic details in his descriptions of the beasts and demons encountered, ala King. He then mixes in the intoxicating eroticism attributed to Rice works. Andrew throws in enough twists on old horror characters to keep everything new. In short, did I have trouble putting this book down? Yes. Did I want to continue to follow these characters after the last written word? Again, yes. And that last consideration is what makes me want to follow an author and buy the his/her book. I do not want to get into a recap of the story, as I would probably write too much and give something away! A worthy read, indeed.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on December 5, 2012
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I really enjoyed this book and highly recommend it to others. It's concise and well written, and a fun page-turner.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Jamie on August 1, 2012
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Positives: Nightfall is a wonderfully descriptive novel. One of Wolter's strengths as a novelist is attention to detail. The desert, mysterious gateways, crypts and monsters come to life with vivid clarity. In Nightfall, Wolter sets the stage for the ultimate battle between good and evil. While the idea is a well-worn path, his approach is unique. Evil feeds on the lost, wayward souls and their obsessions with it. Our fascination with evil gives it its strength and power. We create the monsters that come for us in the night. It's a refreshing take on an age old struggle.

Negatives: Wolter presents us with a fascinating premise on the creation and evolution of evil. Each time he begins to explore this theme however, he yanks the story away. It was almost as if he was afraid to plunge into the thematic depths and this story definitely has them. Nightfall is a great read, but there was the potential for far more.

Summary: Well worth your time! Highly recommended.
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