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5.16.2015

Full Trailer & Synopsis: THE 3 EGOS


    In a time of legend, three mortals made a deal with the Devil. Then they ran. Since then they have used magic and technology to hide from Hell’s agents. But nothing lasts forever.

    Now two of them stand before the Devil and are presented with a new offer: locate the third fugitive or pay what they owe – with interest.

    Joined by other lost souls, Chith and Talent cross dimensions and worlds in search of the fabled Third Ego, encountering resistance and deception at every turn. Everyone has a secret agenda. Everyone is lying. All have been made pawns in a game bigger than either Heaven or Hell – in a plot that may unravel the fabric of eternity.

    Earth is doomed. Heaven will fall. Hell will burn. Time grinds to a standstill as the Three Egos meet in a bloody battle with everything at stake.


Some early praise:

"Reads like a great pulp fiction as written by Dante Alighieri.  Exploring the afterlife, and even other planets, in a series of brawls, shootouts, and backstabs, a colorful cast always keeps the reader entertained and invested in the fate of a universe predestined for destruction."
-Patrick Rutigliano, author of The UNTIMELY DEATHS OF DARYL HANDY and WIND CHILL

"The 3 Egos blew me away. Dunwoody's best and most imaginative tale yet. Completely sucked me in and swept me away. Filled with humor, wit and true horror. Think: a dark and hellish version of The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy. I can't recommend it enough."
- David Bernstein, author of WITCH ISLAND and THE UNHINGED

"Move over, Bible! The Revelation of Dunwoody is at hand. If you're not reading this already, you are WRONG."
-Thom Brannan, author of LORDS OF NIGHT

4.10.2015

PUNK: Three Tales


Three weird tales from the mental prison of David Dunwoody: an age-old rivalry comes to a head in the bowels of a junkyard. A lonely cemetery vigil turns into a blood-curdling nightmare. A unique monster searches for a place she can call home.

Called "one of the horror genre’s best short story writers" by Stoker winner Joe McKinney, David Dunwoody's fiction has appeared in print and electronic formats for more than a decade.


http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00VGJA784

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