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A Shadow Over Ever Paperback – July 29, 2012
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About the Author
Chris Ringler was raised in Linden, Michigan, a where he lived and attended school. He fell in love with writing as a teenager when he started writing short stories and began working on fanzines with friends. In 1999 BACK FROM NOTHING, a short story collection was published by University Editions. Since that time Chris has been published in BARE BONE and CTHULHU SEX MAGAZINE, received Honorable Mention in THE YEAR'S BEST FANTASY AND HORROR twice, was voted Best in Blood on HORRORADDICTS.COM, and has been working on his writing and art. Chris is a writer, artist, weirdo, and creator of the Flint Horror Convention. ALSO BY Chris Ringler - BACK FROM NOTHING - a collection of dark stories only available through the author THE MEEP SHEEP - a fairy tale THE KREEP SHEEP - the follow up to The Meep Sheep THIS BEAUTIFUL DARKNESS - a collection of dark stories RED DREAMS - a collection of dark stories NOCHES DE CORAZONES NEGROS - a collection of dark stories and A SHADOW OVER EVER - a novel All books but BACK are available for your Kindle.
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This is a tale of progress, of personal development, of good vs evil, love and hate, of becoming better than you were, and how things are often not what you expect. Many of the supporting characters are flat (but always entertaining and well illustrated!) and I believe that to be because the focus is on the hero, it is a subtle technique that fits well with the storyline. If you are looking for something unique that may be disturbing on one page and make you laugh out loud on the next, do give this book a shot. I found it both random and bizarre, and ultimately quite enjoyable.