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Labyrinth of Chaos

Labyrinth of Chaos
  • Author: Brian Wallace
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  • ISBN: 156184148X
  • Page: 286
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From the best-selling author, David Jay Brown comes a spell-binding journey into madness, more hellishly horrifying than your worst nightmares, yet more deliciously satisfying than your wildest dreams, David Jay Brown's science-fantasy ...

From the best-selling author, David Jay Brown comes a spell-binding journey into madness, more hellishly horrifying than your worst nightmares, yet more deliciously satisfying than your wildest dreams, David Jay Brown's science-fantasy thriller promises to completely splatter your brain, and thoroughly melt your mind. Join us for an unprecedented global transformation, as twisted aliens from a distant star system unleash an unstoppable, incurable, hallucinogenic virus onto an unsuspecting, schizophrenic world -- offering its inhabitants a final chance for eternal salvation and everlasting life. All it takes is one little kiss...


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