A Gap Through Midnight

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A Gap Through Midnight ❰Reading❯ ➾ A Gap Through Midnight Author Ryan Notch – Polishdarling.co.uk In this terrifying tale of urban horrorThe boys play the same game every night A treasure hunt through the dark and deserted urban streets of their neighborhood Guided by satellite signals and interne In this terrifying tale of urban horrorThe boys play the same game every night A treasure hunt through the dark and deserted urban streets of their neighborhood Guided by satellite signals and internet clues towards imagined treasures Each trip they find new short cuts, new paths through the dark, ever invisible by daylight Until one night they find a path that shouldn t exist, to a place between here and there A place where the world twists itself into knots of agony, and horror abounds.

  • Kindle Edition
  • 21 pages
  • A Gap Through Midnight
  • Ryan Notch
  • 21 March 2019

About the Author: Ryan Notch

Ryan Notch lives in Centralia, Pennsylvania, a town evacuated by the Federal government due to a coal mine fire burning beneath it since The only town in America ever to have its zip code revoked During the day he wanders the empty streets and houses as if in a dream, looking for something he lost but can t remember where or what it was At night he writes his horror stories by lying down next to a burning fissure along main street and placing his ear to A Gap PDF/EPUB ² the ground, transcribing what he hears coming up from belowDiscover his photography as well at areographersOr see a trailor for his feature length horror movie at lastnightofaprilOr read his comics at themsgoodcomics.



10 thoughts on “A Gap Through Midnight

  1. Ally Ally says:

    This wasn t as scary as I thought it would be, but it was still a pretty good read I ll definitely be thinking of this the next time I go geocaching.

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10 thoughts on “A Gap Through Midnight

  1. Ally Ally says:

    This wasn t as scary as I thought it would be, but it was still a pretty good read I ll definitely be thinking of this the next time I go geocaching.


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