Yet another creepy story, this time set at the site of Chernobyl. Creepy atmosphere, bits of Ukrainian folklore and evil monsters. It’s definitely a fun read, and it’s affordable as well. Philip Hemplow needs to write more stuff…now 🙂 – Vulpine
Something terrible is stirring in the wreckage of Chernobyl.
The Chernobyl Sarcophagus is crumbling, and the Carapace project to contain the infamous reactor has stalled. Dr Victoria Cox must return to Pripyat, in the heart of the exclusion zone, to find out why. Confronted by corporate irresponsibility and greed, she soon finds herself in a race against time, fighting to prevent a disaster of catastrophic proportions. As the human cost of the project mounts, the long shadows of pagan myth and nuclear folklore fall across the irradiated ghost town. Shadows through which Victoria must walk, if she is to discover the true nature of the danger they face – and the price that must be paid to stop it.