About Waking Gods

In this ultimate chapter of the non-linear trilogy The Enigma of Twilight Falls we meet Adrian Foster, a young and reclusive Los Angeles man with an extraordinary gift that has informally brought him the nickname “The Human Master Key.”

When a new victim of a vicious serial killer turns up in the woods by Twilight Falls, California, Adrian reunites with eccentric detective Derek Adams in probing the occult lore surrounding the town — the town in which Adrian was born and raised, the town in which he left behind many a ghost, the town whose dark central spirit will force him on a harrowing journey through the rugged bottomlands of another’s psyche … as well as his own.

Waking Gods completes the terrifying and surreal panorama previously established by The Green-Eyed Monster and Negative Space

Reviews for Waking Gods

Alright, like I said, I started on Waking Gods immediately after I finished Negative Space, and I'm done! This is the third in the series, and it is even stranger than the other two.

Waking Gods starts with a murder. There's a serial killer called The Surgeon on the loose, and apparently, only a guy called Adrian Foster can possibly stop him. The thing is, Adrian isn't normal. He's somehow attuned into some sort of network. And when The Surgeon strikes again, Adrian and the cop in charge of the case, Derek Adams, head to Twilight Falls to try and get [...]

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The human being was a visionary yet lonesome creature. Fundamentally, it wanted to make and to connect. To lose itself in what it once was, whatever that might have been. Tunnel deep into anyone, Adrian thought, and you would run into those two yearnings.”

Lines like this are frequent in this book and it was so poetically written that I often found myself entirely lost in the language. Sometimes when I found myself consciously reading I became lost due to this, which is why I knocked a star off. Sometimes it was difficult to read, or confusing only because the words [...]

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