“I LOVED this book. The writer is extremely talented and he has earned my trust in that I know he always delivers top quality work. His level of writing skill is through the roof and his creativity will keep hold of you until the last page. I could not stop reading this and I recommend this to anyone who wants to read something both entertaining and smart. You won’t regret this purchase!”

“I enjoyed this book it evoked a quality of writing like Clive Barker and felt dreamy like the Phantasm film got together in New York City during the Summer of Sam. It was a great ride and a strange delight to be inside the head of the narrator.”

“this author is a master at building tension not only through plot but through setting and descriptions of little details as well. If you’re looking to be distracted and thrilled at the same time, you can’t go wrong- and you’ll be doing a lot right- by reading this.”

“The descriptions in The Black Veldt of people and places are breathtaking, as good as writing gets. The worst areas of New York in the 70s are captured with equal brilliance. The story is filled with an abundance of colorful, if repugnant characters, and the dialogue sparkles with authenticity.”

“I found this to be a very enjoyable read that was well-paced and expertly written! The setting had a very realistic feel and the writer did a great job of fleshing out the characters. If you’re looking for a great horror/thriller novel, this book won’t disappoint.”

Those are just a few of the early reviews for…

Jose Carvel is a scumbag. But he wants to be a better person.

The degenerate writer and former ward of state is trying to recreate himself in the slums of the Lower
East Side, yet his past won’t stop haunting him.

Those violent memories of his dark nights on the road. The tormented faces of those he left
behind. The relentless nightmares of that ancient, demon- stalked veldt with its covenant of
blood and its master of shadow, dirt, and stars.

He must confront his own dark truth while exploring the depths of sexual depravity and obsession in
Fear City during its Summer of Sam.

Carvel must fight to save the woman he loves… While rescuing his own soul from the Black Veldt’s vile kingdom.

You can find a full review at: The Black Veldt by Michael Reyes: A Book Review

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Clock the Chaos Mage. A stranger out of time, hidden in the folds of shadow. He is the guardian of Coney Island’s supernatural borderlands, and the only thing standing between our reality and the demons that thirst to destroy it.

Tales of dark pulp fantasy and horror.

“The stories are action packed and enjoyable… The book has good illustrations by Sean Bova and Jay Campbell as well. Recommended if you like weird, action packed dark fantasy in a New York City setting.”

“Clock’s Watch is a nice collection of dark fantasy stories. I love the title Clock’s Watch. I really liked the character of Clock, he was interesting and entertaining. He felt very well-developed as did the characters around him.”

“I really liked the stories themselves. The various demons and monsters were interesting and creative. The stories were also wrapped up in a good manner with each one self-contained.”

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And don’t forget about book 2…

Clock’s wardenship has been compromised. Angered by his refusal to join them in their battle, the Indigo Mushroom and its Mineral Gods have ripped away a layer of his spiritual protection. Clock’s identity is no longer hidden from the minds of his greatest enemies. The satanic, cannibalistic Daughters of the Black Moon now gather and ready themselves…For a deadly assault on Coney Island’s protector!

“I really liked the stories themselves. The various demons and monsters were interesting and creative. The stories were also wrapped up in a good manner with each one self-contained.”

“I think if you like Weird Occult pulp, this sort of thing would be right up your alley—I think one thing that is strongly to Clock’s benefit is that rather than being a throwback in time, setting stories in the pulp era, Reyes takes the classic weird occult format and places it in the modern day. So rather than pastiche or homage, Clock feels more like a contemporary, new weird* (but
not New Weird) occult adventure series.”

“Reyes’ riotous creativity is almost overwhelming. So much weirdness goes on that, even though most of it’s explained, it’s difficult to really understand. Oftentimes, that sort of writing just irritates me, but here it’s incredibly valuable at creating the sense of a deep and dangerous world that lurks below the boardwalk and inside dirty motel rooms along the Brooklyn shore.”

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About Author Michael Reyes

Michael Reyes is a writer from Brooklyn currently living in the Bronx. His fiction has appeared in Weird Tales, Dark Eclipse, 31 More Nights of Halloween by Rainstorm Press, Twisted Boulevard by Elektrik Milk Bath Press, Cirsova, Red Sun Magazine, Morpheus Tales, Body Parts Magazine and Odd Tales of Wonder. He writes a dark urban fantasy series named Clock’s Watch.

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