Tyger0902 edited the first edition of Black Water: The House (Book 1) Friday, June 15, 2012.
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Shelfari edited the description of Black Water: The House (Book 1) Friday, January 27, 2012.
About the "Black Water" Series... I’m a killer. That’s what I do. I’m not a hit man but if I was I would be the best. Never have I murdered out of emotion. Rage. Or contract. Serial, vengeance or for any other pointless reasons. But I may today, if I can ever make it through without interruption. Out of vengeance, though. Bad reason yet good at the same time. Sometimes people touch the wrong things, things that are close to your heart. And sometimes good people do evil things to make sure that doesn’t happen ever again. That doesn’t make me a bad person, does it? It’s not my intent to be bad. I just want to be free…and I have less than twelve hours. Most of what I’ve done was motivated by survival. Or protection of one outside of myself. Many have died trying to infringe upon the both of these. God only knows what they put in me. I am Alan Charms…my name is Alan Charms. About ten years ago I was kidnapped by some unknown men and sent to a place called the Nest, a place of which even a vague memory of it escapes me. They say I was missing for only two days but in that world I’ve been there two and a half years. That world has taught me some unusual abilities that I sometimes have trouble accessing but maybe it’s to my benefit. I’m stronger. More dangerous. Many have died at my hands but none of my friends and family knows about it because I’m naturally gentle. I’m only twenty-five. Black water. There’s something I’m supposed to remember about the black water. Don’t drink it…don’t touch it…something. I just know it’s powerful. Poisonous yet electrifying. I’m a man. A small amount of me thirsts for that power but I know it’s wrong; unlike me at all. There’s something evil about that water and I should run from it. Or at least taste it. This world is taking my mind, she would say. I have to get out of here before I lose myself again. Monica. She is my only concern. Locating that doomsday device should be priority one but Monica has taken that place. A world without her would be comparable to vast earthen desolation. Have to remember all of this stuff. Camille needs my help. My father is in trouble. Two-thirds of the people in this world are scheduled to die in less than two weeks and they don’t even know it. My head is starting to spin, like at the black river. Did I drink it? Did I touch it? I can’t remember. There’s something powerful about that water. I’m dying slowly and I don’t know why but I know there’s a cure and it’s not at the river. My vision just turned red, thermal heat vision, and I’m not even angry in the least bit. Something is wrong. Something is terribly wrong. It’s only a matter of time before… BLACK WATER is S. D. Rudd's first novella series that involves one man's struggle to coexist in two worlds. When Alan is awake he is in the real world but when he falls asleep he is in another. Each realm has an independent plot that somehow connects both worlds together. In one world Alan is the son of a wealthy inventor while in the other, a warrior who's lost his identity. It's not long before he soon realizes that both realms are on a crash course for disaster and only he has the ability to save them. About the Author S. D. Rudd is a provocative storyteller, creating unforgettable characters and placing them within plots that move at breakneck pace. His novels have been called both "thrilling" and "heartwarming" while leaving its readers with a seismic meaningful impact.
Shelfari edited the subjects of Black Water: The House (Book 1) Thursday, January 19, 2012.