Reading Enlightenment

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Non-Fiction  |  House: Booksie Classic


When secrets are revealed in code, are they still secrets?


Sean is a gifted storyteller.  The books he writes are a radical departure from much of what we are accustomed to.  His compelling characters & mysterious plots draw us into his unique mystical literary enchantment, his enlightening world view.  Discovering compositions written by Sean increases our rewards as readers. 

 

With four of the main characters from the last five books I’ve read I would be utterly doomed in a zombie apocalypse because those characters aren’t equipped to survive such unspeakably lethal conundrums; however, with the fifth main character from the last five books I’ve read on my team I would fair exceptionally well, because that main character, Homicide Detective Jake McClure, is possessed of formidable zombie battling skills.

In the psychedelically original novel Cloak of the Devil, after his beloved wife is brutally slain by a Satanic cult on the desecrated dirt of an unhallowed burial ground, Homicide Detective Jake McClure declares war on the Prince of Darkness. If he can lock horns with the Devil himself, I’m quite confident that Big Bad Jake could keep me safe in the gory mayhem of the violently bloody hopelessness of a zombie apocalypse.

 

The biggest destructive monsters in literary fiction are

1: Nyarlathotep, a/k/a the Crawling Chaos written by Howard Philips Lovecraft

2: The invisible psychic beast, a very BIG destructive monster, that is eating the minds of the human population of Earth as told of in the literary masterpiece Bloodstone and Broomcorn: Curse of the W.I.T.C.H. penned by Sean Terrence Best.

You’ll especially love the big destructive monster in this harrowing epic tale of supernatural cataclysm because the buried secret of the ancient mystical number 52 is the only force powerful enough to combat the big destructive monster, but there’s only one person in the whole entire world who realizes this critical fact - a sad loner misfit from a small Midwest town named Dalton T. Broome who is an emotionally broken man because of his unusually small feet, deformed nose, and loss of the only woman he ever loved.

He suspects the big destructive monster has taken his sweetheart’s mind, yet to know for sure, he must first locate her physical body which has been missing since the fateful night of the bloody gunfight under the condemned pier amid the reeking toxic effluent of the abandoned industrial loading docks.

In order to find his lost beloved, Broome must travel alone to a remote 19th century Second Empire Victorian inn which is located on an isolated stretch of the rugged New England coastline. The 150 year old inn has a dark reputation for being haunted by vengeful ghosts who are furiously angry because they were slain by the big destructive monster and, to date, no one has come to seek justice on their behalf.

Can Dalton T. Broome uncover the ancient secret power of 52? Can he make war with the beast? Can he succeed where others have failed or will he join the doomed ranks of the damned who have fallen before the mighty wrath of the ravenous mind-devouring psychic beast who is the biggest destructive monster to ever plague mortals on Earth? 

 

By far the scariest horror novel I’ve read is Cloak of the Devil penned by the brooding master of the Forbidden Occult, Sean Terrence Best.

Never before has the most sinister creeping malevolence known to man (or woman) been portrayed with such depth of illuminating insight as is shockingly revealed among the gripping pages of Cloak of the Devil. This pioneering work of literary disclosure draws back the veil of taboo surrounding our deepest fears to lay bare the most shunned topic of all humanity.

Does true Evil exist? Is there really a diabolical enemy of the human species known as the Opposer, Beelzebub, Belial, the Prince of Darkness, the Angel of the Bottomless Pit, Lucifer, Satan?

These and many other soul-stirring questions of the shadowy side of human existence are explained in breath-taking, life-altering detail among the macabre pages of the groundbreaking horror novel Cloak of the Devil.

 

The books penned by Sean Terrence Best are available via Amazon.com, Barnes&Noble, and many other booksellers.

 


Submitted: October 14, 2017

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