Over the Tears of the Fallen
Under the Atlantic ocean a presence stirs, an old god revitalized returns to a semblance of life, it grows, takes form and seeks to be worshiped once again. Three friends, unknowingly in cahoots with other elder sea gods and provided with an army of dead fishermen try to thwart this possible domination of the seas. The three friends, set out to destroy this old god and send it back to the depths from where it came but they have a traitor in their midst, a collaborator and the army of old dead fishermen that they have been provided with to combat this presence from the deep may not be all they wish them to be.
A new novel from Raymond Walker and the first volume in the horror trilogy, "The Shall Give up its Dead"
The Horror novel of the year, Philip Rawnsley, Astounding Stories.
Horror fans will lap this up, creepy from the very beginning and different from anything I have ever read. Robert Anderson author of "Elizabeth" and "From the Top"
Deadly and dangerous. The Guardian.
So real, so horrible, I love it. Mark Clementine, Fantasy Monthly
Books are odd things.
This is a novel consisting of 254 pages. Approx dimensions are 12.7 x 1.6 x 20.3 cm. The book is also available in digital download format for your kindle Kobo or other e-reader as is stated on this webpage. It is the first book in a trilogy the second of which, "The Lost and Lonely War" will be available to buy November 2019 and the final Volume "The Sea shall give up it's Dead" in November 2020.