Lacuna's Point by Tim Meyer
Lacuna's Point by Tim Meyer
Three years ago, Ellie Brower’s daughter went missing somewhere in the heart of Virginia. Today, Ellie receives a mysterious text message that leads her to believe her daughter might still be alive. She follows this rabbit hole to the coastal town of Lacuna’s Point.
But there’s something wrong with this place. The town’s only constable is zero help and downright hostile. There’s a beloved mayor who presides over town affairs, but no one has ever seen his face. Meanwhile, an enormous clock tower holds something sinister behind its cyclopean eye of time.
As Ellie unravels the mystery of her missing daughter, the town begins to change. Its geography. Its spirit. Slowly, this homely paradise transforms into a nightmarish dreamworld. And not just the town; the people themselves are slowly evolving into something…else.
PRAISE FOR LACUNA'S POINT
“Tim Meyer gets under your skin and simply no amount of scratching will ever extract him. Lacuna's Point is a rest area rendered by M.C. Escher and Lovecraft on a road trip straight to hell.”
- Clay McLeod Chapman, author of Ghost Eaters
"Meyer has written yet another page turner. It’s not just the plot that exudes a sense of urgency but the fact he is so damn good at writing compelling characters. You believe in them, feel for them and hours fly by as you yearn to discover more. Lacuna’s Point yet again cements Meyer as a Must Read author."
- Janine Pipe, author of Sausages: The Making of Dog Soldiers
"Twin Peaks has a new home, and it’s called Lacuna’s Point - a distressing, horrifying and anxiety inducing read. A book which at points made me question my own sanity, and that my friends is the mark of a good book, and a masterful storyteller!"
- Ross Jeffery, Bram Stoker Award-nominated author of Tome, The Devil's Pocketbook and I Died Too, But They Haven't Buried Me Yet
"With Lacuna’s Point, Tim Meyer delivers a tense and terrifying cosmic horror that focuses on the grief, pathos, and desperation of broken families and the characters who’d do anything to fix them. Even when he’s letting his monsters run wild. With that as his baseline, the fear gets under your skin, and the tension builds and builds into an explosive climax. Highly recommended."
- Zachary Ashford, author of Polyphemus and When the Cicadas Stop Singing
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