Archaeologist John Stoker and his mentor Stewart Jacksworth have stumbled onto an ancient village that has been buried for generations. During the dig, Jacksworth and Stoker discovered something amongst the ruins which has the power to drive men mad. And now Stoker has gone missing. The only clue as to his whereabouts is the audio cassette he’s left his mentor. As Jacksworth listens to his protégé’s recording, he can’t help but wonder if Stoker has cracked, and if his insanity is contagious…
“A fiction within a fiction, a fable within a story, The Dig captures the wistfulness of the long ago past and the profound effect it can have on the senses…The Dig is a quick read, though its impression may linger long after its words are spent.”
— Fields of Twisting Phlox
Lou Carter can’t remember where he’s been or where he’s going, but he can plainly see that there’s something wrong with the world around him — and the answers to these mysteries may lie in the memories eluding him, memories which he’ll have to uncover as he bands together with a handful of survivors to confront the ancient evil which is stalking them.
Step into the psyche of a man on an odyssey through the desolate deserts of the American Southwest and through the forgotten labyrinths of his mind. And prepare to meet a force far more powerful and elemental than man has ever seen; prepare to experience the darkness our greatest religions have only hinted at…
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