Wednesday, March 26, 2014

END HOUSE

artchipel:

END HOUSE


This picture perfectly represents the scene where the young

residents of Oasis entered End House for the first time.
              The deserted house stood alone at the edge of a steep cliff overlooking the ocean. No one was there to greet them except absolute quiet and darkness. It was supposed to have been a surprise party for them, but there was no host to greet them. There were no other guests.
              In the main hallway, a marble staircase faced them. Candles were lit on the staircase and along the house’s right hallway, daring them to venture farther into the house. The split up into two groups: the first group followed the candles downstairs; while the second group climbed the staircase to check out the upstairs.
              What lay ahead for this group of friends? Will they make it out alive from this house? Who is the mysterious host who had planned this fake party? Will there be games for them to play? And if so, will these games be innocent or deadly?
                 Read “The Dead Game” by Susanne Leist to find these answers and much more.
http://outskirtspress.com/thedeadgame
http://amazon.com/author/thedeadgame
http://amzn.com/1478704489 
http://barnesandnoble.com/w/the-dead-game-susanne-leist/1116825442?ean=2940148410881
artchipel:
END HOUSE
This picture perfectly represents the scene where the young
residents of Oasis entered End House for the first time.
              The deserted house stood alone at the edge of a steep cliff overlooking the ocean. No one was there to greet them except absolute quiet and darkness. It was supposed to have been a surprise party for them, but there was no host to greet them. There were no other guests.
              In the main hallway, a marble staircase faced them. Candles were lit on the staircase and along the house’s right hallway, daring them to venture farther into the house. The split up into two groups: the first group followed the candles downstairs; while the second group climbed the staircase to check out the upstairs.
              What lay ahead for this group of friends? Will they make it out alive from this house? Who is the mysterious host who had planned this fake party? Will there be games for them to play? And if so, will these games be innocent or deadly?
                 Read “The Dead Game” by Susanne Leist to find these answers and much more.

http://outskirtspress.com/thedeadgame
http://amazon.com/author/thedeadgame
http://amzn.com/1478704489
http://barnesandnoble.com/w/the-dead-game-susanne-leist/1116825442?ean=2940148410881