The Styx by Matt White

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This is a psychological horror/black comedy concerning a drug-fuelled battle through time between two pretenders to God's throne, one with good intentions, while the other harbours sadistic and cannibalistic tendencies. The river Styx runs through this story and The Riverman Sloo has discovered a way to reverse the flow. By taking his number in the Biblical directory '767' and committing horrific acts 7 days after the resurrection to six chosen disciples on the 7th year, he can give his ship of lost souls their second coming and surpass God's reign on earth. This book includes Dusk till Dawn twists mixed with unsettling David Lynch surrealism leading to an ever-increasing crescendo.

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Matt White has a degree in Creative writing from the University of Derby and is also a Horror film critic for a popular culture website. This is his first novel.  Matt is a massive fan of West Ham United FC and is an avid collector of all things horror.
Published December 29, 2006 by AuthorHouse. 452 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Horror, Action & Adventure. Fiction

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