“The Night is for the Beast”In the summer of 2020, protests turn into deadly riots in Jacksonville, FL, a city buckling from the pandemic and nationwide turmoil. A sinister force lurks in the shadows as a string of gruesome murders brings the city to the brink of chaos. Two dogged detectives, a war veteran haunted by his demons, and a boy scared of his rite of passage to manhood are being led to the center of it like prey to a trap. And in the middle of the havoc is an abandoned school building hiding something that shouldn’t exist… and it is hungry.Beware of its laugh.For those who love John Carpenter’s The Thing and Stephen King’s The Outsider. Prepare for a monster story like you’ve never experienced.
About Frank Reteguiz
I love storytelling. I am obsessed with it and have dedicated my life to becoming a professional, a master in the world’s oldest craft. Horror, contemporary fantasy, and sci-fi are genres that have spoken to me since I was a child. Jules Verne, H.G. Wells, Mary Shelley, and even R.L. Stein are the authors that infected me with the craft since I was a boy. With Stephen King, Neil Gaiman, Dean Koontz, Dan Brown, and Max Brooks influenced me as an adult.My experiences as a police officer in Savannah, Ga, a deck officer with Disney Cruise Lines, and sales and marketing with Tesla have not only contributed to growing my skills in writing but gave me inspiration for some truly creepy stories (Trust me, working behind the scenes for Disney gives you some good inspiration for horror.)
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