Publication Date: April 3, 2012
After college student Amy Wong hikes across an isolated Pennsylvania field with her German shepherd, a stranger stops her by a fence to ask for directions. The man disturbs her, from the taunt behind his eyes to the way her dog shies away from him. To her relief they part ways. But when she sees his cell phone fall from his coat, she can’t leave it on the ground. She decides she ought to return it to him… and discovers that instead of a cell, it’s a device that opens a terrifying window to scenes she never was supposed to see.
SHADOW STATIONS: BLACK FRIDAY (Book Two) will be published in late 2012.
I found this book to be better than your average freebie and that’s rare. Though the story is unbelievable it is a pleasant read because the main character is a strong-willed woman and that in today’s literature is also a rarity. The only drawback is having to wait for the sequel. If you like creepy Science Fiction you should give this a try.