Editor's Note: Searching for a menacing thriller with an unexpected ending, then look no further than S'WANEE!
The pacing of S'wanee will keep you on your seat and I cannot recommend it highly enough!
Book Description: A high school kid is recruited to the college of his dreams, tucked high in the Tennessee hills. He loves his new family of friends and professors...until they start to die off mysteriously.
Readers of Stephen King, Dean Koontz, Cornell Woolrich, and Arthur Machen will enjoy S'WANEE.
Author's Inspiration: The book is based on a real place: Sewanee, the University of the South. I remember it as a child, and I went back to visit a couple years ago. It's a beautiful, magical place, so naturally I had to turn it into a nightmare.
Actor Who Would Play the Main Character: A younger Shia LaBeouf
From the Book: Dinner was subdued, and there was more food to go around and more places to sit and spread out. The rumblings of anger and rebellion that flared over the past few days had quieted, and Rebel’s Rest simmered down to calm acceptance. Long gone were Caleb’s booming voice and Skit’s throaty cackle. Absent were Vail’s sweet demeanor and Bishop’s and Emerson’s testosterone-fueled one-upmanship. Post-dinner study time was oddly quiet without Sin’s soothing piano as Cody struggled through an essay on the main themes of Hamlet.
“Why are so many people dying?” Cody asked, and Banjo said, “I don’t know,” and Elliott said, “I don’t know.” They’d all wondered the same thing.
This book is free 5/22-5/23.