LA Writer Explores Concepts of Good and Evil in New Release
In Mike Reynolds' new novel "Hell and the Hunger," he challenges the very concepts of good and evil with complex characters that explore the vast gray area that exists between those two ideas. What is right, what is wrong, and who decides that? "The hero of my story is a vampire that eats people in terrifying fashion and by the end of the story you will be cheering him on," Reynolds said.
Set in the fictional city of Braston, "Hell and the Hunger" is a dark fantasy with heavy strokes of horror, a delightful dose of cop drama, and a touch of romance sprinkled throughout. After tens of thousands of years of a lonely existence, Joe has become a pitifully depressed shadow of his former self. Then he meets Evelyn - the daughter of a witch who doesn't understand her power - and she awakens feelings in him that he hasn't felt in centuries. Before he gets a chance to fully explore these foreign feelings, Hell literally breaks loose. Joe will have to battle an army of demons to save the one reason he has found in this Universe to live.
Mike Reynolds is the author of "Lake of Dragons" and "Hell and the Hunger," as well as numerous short stories and poems. He has spent the last twenty years in direct marketing, print, and communication. Mike is fascinated by history, belief systems, the human condition and how all of those things work together to define who we are as a people. The world is a wonder and based on the history of us, it is a wonder that we have a world left to wonder about.
Reynolds is available for interviews and appearances. For booking presentations, media appearances, interviews, and/or book-signings contact firstname.lastname@example.org.