Happy Friday, and to start your weekend off right, I want to tell you about one of my favorite young adult horror books by my favorite author, J.L. Bryan.
And it’s free through Saturday, October 25!
Carter was only twelve when he witnessed the disaster that killed more than a hundred people at Starland Amusement Park. Five years later, Carter’s hometown is no longer a busy Florida panhandle resort, but a slowly dying town full of empty motels and attractions rusting behind chains and padlocks.
Now something evil stirs in the ruins of the old amusement park…something with an alluring siren song drawing visitors into the dark mysteries of the forbidden world behind the gate. Something with an appetite for restless, yearning souls.
Carter reluctantly returns to the old park in the company of a new girl in town, who is obsessed with urban decay and pop-culture ruins, and discovers the evil at work. To stop it, and protect the children of the town, Carter will have to face his oldest and deepest fears.
Inferno Park is free through Saturday, so hurry up and pick up a copy of this seriously scary, creepy, and well-written horror novel. It’s a perfect Halloween read, and if you haven’t read anything by J.L. Bryan before, it’s a great example of how fantastic and versatile this author is!
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