Author: William Holloway
Rating: 4.5 out of 5 stars
Detective John Mitchell thought he understood murder. But that all changes when monsters are born during a faith healing at a local church.
Psychic Medium Sarah Lynn Beauchamp thought she understood the dead, but the dead have a new plan for her.
SAS veteran Dr. Menard thought the War was through with him until an unspeakable evil returns from the depths of a forgotten time.
Behind it all, a mysterious figure lurks, controlling the actors from the shadows, ushering an end to reason, sanity and the world as we know it.
The first book in William Holloway’s Singularity Cycle is a nerve shredding descent into Lovecraftian Horror that will appeal to fans of HP Lovecraft and Cosmic Horror. Holloway skillfully blends lovecraftian elements into his own epic mythology in this, the first part of a six part series that is sure to appeal to fans of Lovecraftian and Weird Fiction.
About the Author:
William Holloway is a horror novelist from the Great State of Texas. His first novella, aptly titled Death in Texas, was written in 1998 and correctly presaged the zombie apocalypse hysteria that swept the zeitgeist of the 2000’s. It has since been lost to time, but rumors of it’s existence abound.
More than a decade later he put pen to paper and began his cosmic horror series, titled The Singularity Cycle. The first novel was titled The Immortal Body and was self published in 2012. Not many people read it, but those that did saw something unseen in cosmic horror…