Release Date: November 1, 2011
eBook Price: $7.99
A video game story told from one within the game, told through suicide letters from the father of the one within the game. Another tale from Stephen Graham Jones told at a fever pitch combining aspects of Sci-fi, Mystery, Horror and very simply, one of the most imaginative writers working today.
"Two unreliable narrators, a bunch of suicide letters, and a plot that collapses on itself just like the characters do — Stephen Graham Jones is our contemporary Jorge Luis Borges." —Michael Kimball, author of Dear Everybody
"Suicide notes from a father who can’t quite manage to kill himself, the nine final hours of customer support at a help desk for a video game no one has played in almost a decade, train-length, time-traveling, hyper-adaptive super-centipedes, lethal shrimp cocktails, ninjas (blind and otherwise), and a posthumous Pong match all cryptically connect in this stark exploration of guilt, grief, and fear by the prolific Stephen Graham Jones. And did I mention that it’s funny? Unplug your consoles, kids, and play this book." —Zack Wentz, author of The Garbageman and the Prostitute