Grand Experiment Book 3: Requiem for the Burning God

I’ve been having a lot of fun with my Grand Experiment e-books, and the title I’ve had the most fun with is my Cthulhu Mythos novella Requiem for the Burning God. Originally published in print in last year’s excellent anthology Cthulhu’s Dark Cults, ed. David Conyers, Burning God is probably my favourite piece of writing so far. The novella is currently teetering on the edge of making the Bram Stoker Award Preliminary Ballot (although I won’t know for sure until the ballot is officially announced within the fortnight), so it has some guts, and it’s been favourably reviewed, too. I love the cover on this one, and I hope it’ll inspire a few browsers to download it:

Price: $1.99

ISBN: 9780987076809

Blurb: Evil festers beneath the mountains of Peru, and British Great War ace turned mercenary Captain Max Calder unwittingly stumbles into the thick of it! Confronted by Lovecraftian horrors, the machinations of a world-spanning conglomerate, and a lunatic song that haunts his every step, Calder may pay the ultimate price to save the world from danger. Requiem for the Burning God is a grand pulp adventure inspired by the darkest imaginings of the Cthulhu Mythos.