WHERE HAVE THE TOURISTS GONE?

Where have the tourists gone?-2

 

Where have the tourists gone?

They’re gone with

the setting sun

when The Dead

have their fun.

🖤THE DEAD GAME 🖤

 

PEOPLE TO KILL

 

A sign appropriate for 

The entrance to Oasis.

A town plagued by evil,

Evil in its many forms.

Vampires & human vampires

Play deadly games.

They can add you to their kill list,

And your life can end today.

THE DEAD GAME

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A REVIEW TO DIE FOR!

Thank you, Shaun Baines, for the delightful review.

The Dead Game by Susanne Leist

The setting is a strong part of this book for me and I loved the location of Oasis as a bohemian beachside resort. On the surface, it is bright and colourful, but underneath it has its ancient secrets – one of which is the existence of vampires.

The author has a new take on this folklore. Vampires have splintered off into different factions, each with their own unique role in the human world. Naturally, this creates tension and provides a backdrop to the action.

Linda and Shana are human and the main protagonists. They have a strong, but an impish relationship which is tested as they investigate the disappearances of tourists and residents alike. They are aided by their friends and by a handful of others whose changing allegiances sow seeds of doubt everywhere.

Added to this is a rich palette of gods and demons and spellcasters, lending the book a strong fantasy element. However, there are also strands of horror, suspense, and romance as Linda falls for the enigmatic Todd, who is not who he seems.

With its florid imagery, The Dead Game has a cinematic quality, reminding me of the film The Lost Boys. They both have playful savagery, placing them apart (and for me personally, above) the Twilight series.

For fans of the supernatural, The Dead Game is available worldwide and on Amazon UK here, and on Amazon US here.

 

https://www.shaunbaines.org/post/the-dead-game-by-susanne-leist

 

BLACK CAT OUIJA

Stay away from here.
Death I cannot bear.
I’m telling a horror tale
with each wag of my fine tail.
Tourists disappear
into the thin air.
One day they’re right here.
Next day they’re nowhere.
🌹THE DEAD GAME 🌹by Susanne Leist

RISING FROM THE DEEP

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From under the sea

they have come for me.

Rising from the deep

they come when I sleep.

 

Through the small town, they roam,

looking for a new home.

Blending with tourists at day,

but at night they get to play.

 

Bloodthirsty as they are,

they don’t have to go far.

They take sustenance within reach,

leaving dead bodies on the beach.

 

Tourists flee the hotel

before they’re doomed to hell.

The evil one walks tall.

Our town will surely fall.

 

💔PREY FOR THE DEAD💔

A PARANORMAL SURPRISE

dark palm trees

 

A town full of happiness & joy

has turned sad like a broken toy.

Where once tourists frolicked in the sun,

frightened residents are on the run.

 

🌹PREY FOR THE DEAD 🌹

 

The Dead will be here.

A HORROR TALE

Stay away from here. Death I cannot bear. I’m telling a horror tale with each wag of my fine tail. Oasis it is not. More of a horror spot. Tourists disappear into the thin air. One day they’re right here. Next day they’re nowhere. THE DEAD...

(Source: seriallier)

 

 

Stay away from here.

Death I cannot bear.

I’m telling a horror tale

with each wag of my fine tail.

Oasis it is not.

More of a horror spot.

Tourists disappear

into the thin air.

One day they’re right here.

Next day they’re nowhere.

THE DEAD GAME

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