Author: D.M. Siciliano
Narrator: Marcus Rothenberg
Length: 7 hours and 26 minutes
Publisher: The Parliament House
Released: May 20, 2020
1987 “Does it burn in the dark?”
Reid is a bully, but he’s still Alex’s best friend. When Reid pushes Alex and their friends into invading a historically haunted Massachusetts house, Alex knows it’s a terrible idea, but indulges his friend. What could go wrong?
Inside, a mysterious Shadow looms in the darkness. The door to the house vanishes, leaving them trapped. The group flees through the tiny, one-roomed house that defies logic, constantly shifting, presenting them with new doors, hallways, and rooms that seem to be plucked from their memories and fears. One by one, the Shadow hunts them, intent on burning them all from within.
Is there any way to escape? Or will they be burned from the inside out?
DM is a lover of all things creative. From the moment she could speak, growing up in Massachusetts, she had a passion for flair and drama, putting on concerts for anyone who was even remotely interested (and even for those who were not). A storyteller by nature, she first pursued her young dream of becoming a singing diva while living in Arizona. She soon found that stage life wasn’t the only form of storytelling she craved, so she dropped the mic and picked up a pencil instead. She still hasn’t given up on her diva-ness, and hopes her pencil stays as sharp as her tongue.
A dark sense of humor and curiosity for haunted houses and things out of the ordinary led her down the path of completing her first novel, Inside. Several other projects are constantly floating around in her head and her laptop daily, and sometimes keeping her up much too late at night. Occasionally, those projects are so dark and twisted, she needs to leave a nightlight on.
She now lives in Northern California with her two fluffy furbabies, Cezare and Michaleto.
Author D.M. Siciliano’s Top 10 Books Read in the Past Year
- The Cabin At The End Of The World by Paul Tremblay (he’s quickly becoming of my favorite authors, and is just a genius at horror)
- The Silent Land by Graham Joyce (I’ve reread it this year, and it’s one of my favorites of all time!)
- Duma Key by Stephen King (The man is a legend, and I don’t know how I missed this one until just recently.)
- The Haunting Of Cabin Green by April A Taylor (A friend and mentor, this woman knows horror!)
- The Girl With All The Gifts by M.R. Carey
- The Book Of M by Peng Shepherd
- The Hike by Drew Magary
- The Taking by Dean Koontz
- Smoking Poppy by Graham Joyce (this guy is just an eloquent genius)
- Do The Creepy Thing by Graham Joyce
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