NIGHT’S PLUTONIAN SHORES
Researching sustainable energy, Rick’s best friend Wally has discovered a means to tap into the bioplasmic energy field that surrounds all living things. He envisions trains and office towers running off collective psi. But when he invites his friends to test his psychotronic generator, they unleash demons residing in the human old brain, the seat of aggression and primal drives.
As the body count rises, it becomes clear, for these creatures of the id to survive, their creators must die. Pursued by police and hunted by their doubles, the choice is simple: kill or be killed.
Even if the face of the enemy is your own.
“Grappling with mortality while shivving your duplicate self—NIGHT’S PLUTONIAN SHORE is complex, riveting, and horror of a sort that brings the hard bite back to any discerning fan of the genre.”
—Eric J. Guignard, multiple award-winning author and editor, including That Which Grows Wild and Doorways to the Deadeye
“A raw, mind-bending creepshow that reads, every now and then, like Jim Thompson’s gone punk. Night’s Plutonian Shore gets under your skin, makes it crawl—in the best possible way. A weird, wild ride.”— Andy Davidson, author of The Boatman’s Daughter and The Hollow Kind
“Bone-chilling, brimming with tension, raw emotion, and vivid imagery, Boatman’s Night’s Plutonian Shore is a haunting read from beginning to end. A coming-of-age tale like no other, one that I could not put down, and did not want to end.”—Candace Nola, author of Bishop.
“The Dark Half meets From Beyond in this tale that will scratch your old-school horror itch the only way Boatman knows how—ferocious, fast-paced, and fun.” —Asher Ellis, author of Curse of the Pigman and The Remedy