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Blood is spilled. A beacon is activated. A threshold opens. Untold horrors emerge. This is what is known as an Aberration. For thousands of years, we have been protected by Wardsmen who give their lives to keep us safe. But over the ages their numbers have dwindled. Now, one man may be all that stands between us and the terrifying world that lies beyond.

When a freak storm engulfs a milling facility, the workers quickly learn there is much more to fear than just heavy rain. Something else arrives with the storm: macabre creatures that alter their shapes and features with every attack. In order to survive the night, the employees will have to rely on Guy, a man whose sanity is questionable. For he claims to have faced the same attacks before, over ages of time

Fear unleashes and horror evolves. Guy and his coworkers will be forced to the brink of sanity and mortality if they hope to survive the night.

©2012, 2016 Bard Constantine (P)2017 Bard Constantine

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Still fun

I came across this book when it was one of the top stories on wattpad. It instantly caught my eye and kept my interest as well. So when the audio book came out, i decided to use the opportunity to refresh the story in my mind before plowing into the sequel. It was still just as enjoyable as it was the first time. Also it help me get into the mood for October.