A drunken, naked frenzy leads to a nightmare summoned to earth. A nightmare not meant to be witnessed by human eyes. Because if it is, the village will pay–and pay it does.
When the villagers find a broken man on the forest floor they know he’s to blame for the curse that’s befallen them, and they want his blood. Now, helped along by some sympathetic villagers, he’s on a frantic race for his life and sanity. But the road to redemption leads them straight into the mouth of a hellish realm and the arms of an ancient god–benevolent until its rules are broken. And the group will soon find out the cost for…
SPYING ON GODS
"I was completely enchanted by Barnett’s astonishingly inventive concept. Spying on Gods is unlike anything I can recall ever reading. Ingenuity goes a long way in my mind, and Barnett delivers in spades."
— Matt Molgaard, HorrorNovelReviews.com
“This is dark/occult fantasy with powerful new twists, viewpoint, and tangents whose sub-text throws Thomas Aquinas, J.P. Sartre, and John Milton into a blender and unloads the wicked concoction onto an unsuspecting reader’s head. Part grotesque morality play, part ethereal allegory, part alternate-mythology, all glued excitingly together with earthy ancient diabolism and exquisitely morbid horror. A fearsome supernatural adventure that entertains and provokes from the first page to the last.”
– Edward Lee, author of The Dunwich Romance and Witch-Water
"David G. Barnett had produced a work that does not lack in the descriptive in the slightest and the imagery is intense and pretty morbid."
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