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Everything is 69.

It happened suddenly. Overnight. Inside Spring Lakes Assisted Living, seven residents - 69 years of age - died mysterious deaths. Only, they aren’t really dead. Their bodies remain still, their staring eyes void of life. Yet, their hearts continue to beat, their lungs fight for oxygen, and somewhere within their petrified bodies, their souls cling to life.

No one has a rational explanation for what’s happening. The three investigators from the CDC are dispatched to the facility in hopes of finding answers, but what they discover is far beyond human comprehension.

Something terrifying has come to town. An unseen entity that leeches off the living, the dead, and everything in between.

69 is a brand-new short novel of cosmic horror from Tim Meyer, author of The Switch House and Kill Hill Carnage.

©2019 Tim Meyer (P)2020 Tim Meyer

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Lost Ep of The X-Files

7.0/10

Thanks to the author for an audio copy of 69 for review consideration.

While this wasn’t my favorite of Meyer’s dealings, 69 is a solid short novel that delivers on the premise’s expectations and feels like the long lost episode of The X-Files we have all been craving. Seriously, I believe Tim could’ve taken this premise in a million different directions, and maybe one day he will revisit with a mutation that flips 69 on its backside.

Much like The Switch House, I was more interested in the horror aspect than the characters and wanted to see how it played out to the end.

One thing you can always expect from a Tim Meyer story: you’ll have never seen it before and it’s something worth checking out.