Brian Paone

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Welcome To Parkview

Editor: Dan Ezra Golden Artwork: Sean Carmichael

Editor: Dan Ezra Golden
Artwork: Sean Carmichael

"Welcome To Parkview" reads the rusted sign along the outskirts of town. The tarnishing letters seem inviting, yet foreboding and mysterious. Is passing through such a wise idea?

The final destination may be more dangerous than the trip itself—an unapologetic journey through a town that thrives on sex, violence, and the macabre. A place built on deceit and temptation. A spot forever cursed with soulless transients, unforgiving lovers, and merciless vampires who hide in the shadows beyond.

The facade is peeled back just enough for you to see past its surface. There’s but a glimpse of the darkness that put Parkview on the map. Then you realize that nothing here is a coincidence. In Parkview, it may be best to keep buried secrets quiet.

In Parkview, even truth can be a deception.
 


Customer Reviews

I loved this book. Welcome To Parkview is dark, disturbing, and a great work of psychological horror. Reminiscent of The Twilight Zone and The Outer Limits with a dash of “Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark”, this book gave me chills, had me thinking about it the next day, and generally creeped me out. If you love cerebral horror, this is a great book for you.
— Goodreads
Welcome To Parkview, absolutely amazing. Great storyline and definitely a good read for any ghost / vampire fans. I’m not a spoiler alert kind of reviewer so I will leave it at this, the book will not only intrigue you, but scare you. Very scary and very entertaining, I would definitely recommend to everyone. And trust me, this is not your typical walk into a deserted town kind of horror story, it is far more entertaining and brilliant than your average horror story. Great read, definitely get it!
— Amazon
...a cross between Stephen King and the Twilight Zone... pretty intense drama. A surprise around every corner. ...[an] edge of your seat adventure, really turned my head around.
— Amazon
Like Peyton Place or Twin Peaks meets The Twilight Zone. Great surprise ending! [Welcome To Parkview] really got under my skin..
— Bubblecow
It’s worth the wait to the end!!!! A slow beginning but the story begins to come together in the middle with an interesting surprise ending.
— Audible

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