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Reviewers compare Ike to Dean Koontz and Stephen King--two of his favorite authors. His narrative often jumps between interwoven stories, presenting readers with a fresh perspective and keeping them guessing until the last chapter. Most of Ike's readers are repeat customers. Pick up one of his books to learn why.
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I tell the old man about what kept me awake when I was a kid. He doesn't laugh when I mention vampires.
"They're in the cellar," he says.
It must be the heat. The old man is delusional. At least that's what I tell myself. Things are different in the middle of the night. When monsters come tapping, it's impossible to dismiss the idea that the Maine woods hold secrets--deadly secrets.
Until the Sun Goes Down - a terrifying and inventive novel by Ike Hamill
A new look at the vampire genre, this book draws you into the slow madness that overtakes our protagonist. There's not much time Until the Sun Goes Down.
"Some things stop, but that doesn't mean that they've ended," Alan said.
The crisis brought them together before, and now it's calling them back for one more round. Amber is being drawn back to Maine as Ricky is learning more about the monsters that hunted their friends.
Join them as they fight for their lives. One way or another, they're going to see it through Until the End.
Lynne, Carol, and Marta are on a collision course with the same goal: they must stop Gregory. Join these three women as they battle supernatural forces and discover their own paranormal powers. They each have their own reasons for fighting Gregory, but the fate of the world rests in their hands.
Following the success of "The Vivisectionist," "Lies of the Prophet" is the second novel by horror author Ike Hamill. In this book, Ike drops his likable characters into a twisted, paranormal reality with startling turns around every corner. You're dropped right into the action. Don't worry, you'll catch up as the characters learn to navigate their world.
From Horror Author Ike Hamill, this story will grip you from the opening scene and hold you spellbound until the last page. You'll be drawn into a world where monsters are real and even the most joyous celebration can turn into a deadly fight for survival.
But down in the darkness, something waits.
It needs them.
The caves hold a secret. They’re Inhabited.
Surviving the end of the world wasn’t enough. Driving away an alien invasion wasn’t enough. Faced with certain death, Robby’s group is on the move once more. They’re headed west, hoping to find other people who have escaped the apocalypse. To live, they’ll have to uncover ancient memories. They’ll have to use every Instinct.
You’ll find your cabin clean and comfortable, but please bring the following items to get the most out of your vacation this summer:
1 - personal story of bone-chilling fright
1 - mirror for summoning spirits
1 - sharp knife for things that stalk the night
1 - shovel to dispatch the undead
Oh, and be sure to cancel your autumn plans.
Every small town has secrets. Some secrets can kill.
He’s always been there, the old gentleman in the funeral suit, hanging around the big oak tree. Even before the cemetery was dug, the natives knew about him. He was just as much a part of the landscape as the rocks or the river. If you ever needed anything, especially if it was a matter of life and death, you could find him and make a trade.
He always trades fair. Everybody says so.
Eric is about to trade without even realizing it. He isn’t tricked. It’s only a mistake. “Caveat emptor,” some might say. Uncle Reynold would say, “Watch your butt, lest somebody kicks a new hole in it.”
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"Runs from downright creepy to terrifying."
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Opportunity awaits. He’s always there, ready with a bargain. But maybe you should listen to the ghosts of those who have traded before, and Stay Away.
They just met. Now she has vowed to save him.
This story was originally published as three novels: Madelyn's Nephew, Madelyn's Mistake, and Madelyn's Last Dance.
After the sun turned, Madelyn fled north to escape the riots and the encroaching glaciers. As long as the world was ending, she wanted to live her final days in the one place she had always been happy—her grandmother's cabin. She survived the Roamers, the scavengers, and the wildlife, but she can't escape her fear of dying alone.
From renowned horror author Ike Hamill, comes a sci-fi epic of a woman fighting a dying world. Join Madelyn as she fights for survival and prays for death.
She left behind this note:
Gather my bones, if you find them. If a bear hasn’t dragged them off, or a wolf cracked them for my marrow. My skull goes on the wall with the others. Any other remains can be planted near Sacrifice Rock. That’s where my grandfather is buried, and where I dug up the skull of my beloved grandmother.
Her sweet eyes were still wise and kind, even when I only imagined them from their hollow sockets. She taught us so many things—how to hunt, trap, and fish. She should have taught me how to live alone. I never learned the trick of scaring away the ghosts. They won’t shut up and leave me in peace. I guess it's time to join them.
High in the Tibetan mountains, a monk waits for death behind a stone wall. For this last journey, he prepared his body over the course of one-hundred days. Outside his little tomb, another man is learning the secret of immortality.
In Seattle, an old man learns a new skill and finds unimaginable fortune.
It’s my job to document these lives, keep my boss safe, and find that unnamed village. At one of these tasks, I will fail.
You never know what tragedy is right around the corner.
You never know which conversation might be your last.
The only certainty is that when people are trapped together and chaos erupts, they're going to break into factions.
Robby is seeing ghosts, and he’s not the only one. There are few people left in the world—many of them are thinking about how things might have been. They’re seeing ghosts of a life that was nearly reality. This new war that descends on them is more insidious than the last. This time, they’re battling their own desire, and fighting to stay alive, as individuals. They’re fighting to remain Distinct.