The Dark Man

The Dark Man The human mind holds within its infinite reaches many of the greatestmysteries in the universe Some are vast and wondrous while othersare chilling and nightmarish Some mysteries are better left hidde

  • Title: The Dark Man
  • Author: P.A. Douglas
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 262
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • The human mind holds within its infinite reaches many of the greatestmysteries in the universe Some are vast and wondrous, while othersare chilling and nightmarish Some mysteries are better left hidden inthe dark corners of our minds, never breaking free of oursubconscious.Six high school students set out to explore these depths by sharing amind altering substance on a nThe human mind holds within its infinite reaches many of the greatestmysteries in the universe Some are vast and wondrous, while othersare chilling and nightmarish Some mysteries are better left hidden inthe dark corners of our minds, never breaking free of oursubconscious.Six high school students set out to explore these depths by sharing amind altering substance on a night meant to be filled with both wildhallucinations and crazy antics But the fun and games come to ashuddering halt when a strange man appears This isn t just anystranger He is the Dark Man Haunter of dreams and purveyor ofnightmares Dressed in a black suit and top hat, his pale skin andtwisted grin promise a very deranged night of entertainment.

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    About "P.A. Douglas"

    1. P.A. Douglas

      P A Douglas is the author of several survival horror novels, novellas, and short stories including Watchers, Rancid, and Horror Stories and Terrifying Tales His work has been praised by several well known authors and has appeared in Fangoria Magazine He is also a nationally touring singer songwriter, under the name The Cries Of With than a dozen music related releases and countless national tours, he has recently decided to give away all of his music for free as digital downloads Douglas lives in South East Texas You can communicate with him online at indie inside or follow him at twitter indie_inside

    996 thoughts on “The Dark Man”


    1. This book reminded me a lot of A Nightmare On Elm Street. Except instead of teens being slaughtered in their sleep the characters were hunted down by a maniac who appears inside their LSD hallucinations. The Dark Man read like a pure slasher movie from start to finish and kept me entertained.


    2. I read this for a book of the month with some friends. I didn't really care for this. For me, there was way to much slashing, blood and guts. There was not a reason for all this blood and guts. However it is interesting to think that a Dark Man is living in the universe of drugs legal or illegal. But over all this was not for me.


    3. The Dark Man is a good old fashion bogey man tale, with flavors of teen horror flicks that many of us grew up on sprinkled in for good measure. A group of teens decide that they’re going to party hearty one night with some illicit drugs while some want to see if a myth about a stranger coming to visit when other groups of teens have done the same thing in the past is real, or will be something that can be used to scare the pants off of the girls in their little group. And when they all start t [...]


    4. Wow I loved this book, it's an awesome addition to the horror genre. It's been some time since I last read a horror book that could leave me hanging in expectation to reach the end as this one did! And we even get a bonus short story in the end!trad.: Wow adorei este livro, fantástica adição ao género de terror. Faz algum tempo desde que li um livro de terror que me fez ficar tão em expectativa de chegar ao final como este fez! E até temos uma história bónus no final!


    5. Dark daysGreat read from P.A. Douglas. You want blood? You got it. This is a gory little number for all you horror fans out there. Enjoy.


    6. Many thanks to the Author, Publisher, and for this free 'first-reads' book to read and review.Having previously read a few Bizarro-fiction publications prior to this particular book, I was already familiar with this style of fiction.Quirky story.Written as if Stephen King wrote Pulp-style Horror without going into pages and pages and pages of heavy, intensive detail filler.Did notice an error in the storyline, but it's to be expected due to the writing style of Bizarro-fiction and reminded me o [...]


    7. P. A. Douglas' "The Dark Man" is a fast paced, swift kick to the nuts for the attention deficit riddled world. The narrative plows along like a freight train piecing together influences from `80s and `90s horror flicks with grindhouse violence and drug induced paranoia. Simply put, this reads like a great B-movie.Highly recommended!




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