Red Sky Blues (Grey Days Book 1)

Red Sky Blues Grey Days Book Evil books Ancient powers Zombie pigs Thomas Grey occult scholar and reclusive mage is having a terrible day Down on his luck and facing a looming electrical bill he is hired by the supernatural ov

  • Title: Red Sky Blues (Grey Days Book 1)
  • Author: Matthew Davis
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 252
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Evil books Ancient powers Zombie pigs Thomas Grey, occult scholar and reclusive mage, is having a terrible day Down on his luck and facing a looming electrical bill, he is hired by the supernatural overlord of his hometown to track down a magical book of colossal cosmic evil The Libro Nihil The hunt leads Thomas on an adventure across the sleepy cow town of Hanford stEvil books Ancient powers Zombie pigs Thomas Grey, occult scholar and reclusive mage, is having a terrible day Down on his luck and facing a looming electrical bill, he is hired by the supernatural overlord of his hometown to track down a magical book of colossal cosmic evil The Libro Nihil The hunt leads Thomas on an adventure across the sleepy cow town of Hanford steeped with mystery, magic, and an absurd amount of mayhem.Aided by his crotchety, spell slinging mentor as well as his friend and sometimes bodyguard, Thomas finds himself embroiled in a bizarre and terrifying conspiracy to awaken a sleeping evil that promises to push his magical prowess and threshold for pain to their limits.It looks like a bad, bad day to have gotten out of bed But a guy s got to get paid.Red Sky Blues is the first book in the new urban weird series Grey Days It also includes a collection of short stories, and interior art by comic artist Will Kirkby.

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    1 thought on “Red Sky Blues (Grey Days Book 1)”

    1. A pretty straightforward, occasionally tongue-in-cheek slice of Lovecraftian horror. The author provides a fantastic impression of Lovecraft, slightly updated to accommodate some more modern terminology, and thankfully a little less racist than old H.P.That said, the story did feel pretty predictable from start to finish; an old-fashioned Save The World From Cosmic Abominations tale with a sort of action movie panache. The cast tends to fall into neat little pre-packaged character molds we're al [...]

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