On a dead world orbiting a black hole, shadows awaken.
Some call them ghosts. Others believe them mere figments of the imagination. Yet for the scientists stranded on this rocky outpost, the evil haunting their halls is all too real.
A handful of men and women have come here, to this desolate world light-years away from civilization. They came to study the black hole, this anomaly that breaks all their calculations. A black hole more like a living creature. A god of darkness. And through the halls of the observatory, this deity's warriors scurry, whisper, reach from the shadows. Creatures woven of darkness, an evil from beyond.
Only one team of heroes can save the scientists stranded here.
The alien hunters have never faced anything like these shadowy spirits. They're galactic pest controllers, not ghostbusters. Yet as the evil from the black hole threatens to overwhelm the entire cosmos, they find themselves staring into the darkness, and finding terror.
©2015 Daniel Arenson (P)2016 Daniel Arenson
What really brings this trilogy to life is the narration. Your never aware of a narrator trying to voice the opposite sex. Your instantly aware of which character is talking by the distinct voice the narrator uses. And some of the characters are priceless.
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