The Immanent World: Cluichi - A Horror Anthology Series

The Immanent World

Book 2
AOE Studios
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 A Twisted Collection of Scary Stories Full of Demons, Ghosts, Angels, and the Human Monster
Omar Snellings had no idea that on this day — the final day of his life — that he'd be introduced to the ethereal forces of Heaven and Hell engaged in a series of card games, or cluichi, that used human souls as currency.

Clive Reznor's newest horror anthology book will test your limits. Told in six short stories ranging from gothic horror to social commentary to dark comedy, The Immanent World: Cluichi - A Horror Anthology Series is a thrill ride through the darkest hidden corners of the human mind.

Six Twisted Tales Of Terror!

For readers who enjoy:

The Books of Blood, Night Shift, Six Scary Stories, The New Weird
Clive Barker, Ramsey Campbell, Dean Koontz, Stephen King
Short story collections / anthologies
Supernatural tales
occult unexplained mysteries
dark comedy, societal horror, body horror
paranormal, graphic tales, books for adults
angels and demons
horror novels

This book will be a great addition to your nighttime reading collection.
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About the author

 Not much is known about the mysterious new horror author Clive Reznor. His background is nestled solidly in the dark web but he has been writing about the underside of the human imagination for fifteen years.


With The Apollyon Game and The Immanent World Volume 2: Cluichi, Reznor has crafted some truly twisted tales and only plans to continue creeping out readers for years to come.
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Publisher
AOE Studios
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Published on
Oct 26, 2017
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Pages
305
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ISBN
9780982953358
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Language
English
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Genres
Fiction / Horror
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"It's like Black Mirror with a Paranormal edge."
It's the fear we all have using the internet: Who is watching? What have I left out there? David Clegg ignored that fear, posted his musings on the Dark Web, and paid the price. When a mysterious hacker hijacks his computer, Clegg is shown a series of real-time videos, each one a story of mankind's dark dealings with technology and the paranormal. As a voyeur, he is given one chance -- and only one chance -- to help those he's watching, unknowingly sealing his own fate in the process.

Told in six twisted stories, The Immanent World: 404 is a wickedly imaginative collection of dark sci fi and the paranormal. For fans of horror anthologies like Stephen King's Night Shift or Clive Barker's Books Of Blood, movies like V/H/S or The ABC's Of Death, or TV shows like Black Mirror or Supernatural, weaving the familiar with the disturbingly dark.



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Your Lying Eyes: A domestic dispute between his next door neighbors puts Kendrick, a bachelor who loves gaming and tech, in a dangerous situation when the wife hides out in his house. She has a codex tattoo — an implant that records all five sense and can play those experiences back through specific devices, which shows Kendrick the difference between what his neighbors want him to see and who they really are.
The Politics of Flesh and Metal: When two friends go on a road trip to interview the head of a cutting edge tech company who claims to have the key to quantum communication, they find the consequences of gaining that technology are more costly than they could imagine.
Hamir Can Do Anything: Hamir is an average Indian American. Hamir is also bullied at his office job, under-appreciated by his wife and her Auntie, and ridiculed for his accent by the general public. All he wants is respect. Today, through an unexpected gift in the mail, he gets everything he wants, including revenge.
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