As her fifth published horror novel, Joann Harris has carved a frighteningly-successful niche. However, ‘Satan’s Warriors’ is unlike anything she has written before. Well of course fiction, the demonic narrative will leave readers questioning the paths in life they have chosen to pursue…
Baltimore, MD -- (SBWIRE) -- 06/24/2014 -- While horror has long been a staple of the literary landscape, both critics and fans alike are crying out for new narratives that don’t succumb to the recycling of the ‘same old’ concepts. Thankfully, Joann Harris has risen to the challenge with gusto, boasting a new novel that is not only wholly-unique, but fuses fact and fiction.
‘Satans Warriors’ grips readers with its keep-the-light-on adventure, yet also leaves them with plenty to think about in the real world.
The evil that triumphed during that long-ago summer in Wheatfield is festering now in the unsuspecting town of Longdale. Only Sam and Nydia Balloon lone survivors of the ancient horror, know the signs the putrid stench rising from the bowels of the earth, the unspeakable, inexplicable atrocties, the hideous, horrifying Beasts that mark the foul presence of the Prince of Darkness. Only they have the weapons that can pierce...
Once the carnage begins, there's no time for anything but terror. Hollow-eyes, hungry corpses rise from the unearthly tombs to gore themselves on living flesh and spawn a new generation of restless Undead. The very demons of Hell eavort with Satan's unholy disciples in blood-soaked rituals and fevered orgies. The Balloons have faced the red, glowing eyes of the Master before, and they know what must be done. But there can be no salvation for those marked by Satan['s Warriors.
“I want to give readers so much more than just a story,” admits Harris. “Satans Warriors gets to the heart of the choices we make in life, including the paths we choose to follow and those we opt to leave behind. Ultimately, it exposes the dark side to readers and, at the same time, also shows them where the light begins.”
“So far I am getting great feedback from readers – who really are taking lots away from the story. This was my intention from the outset. Many horror novels only encourage passive reading; so I write to give my audience a full-on experience that impacts them long after they’ve turned the last page.”
Due to the success of Harris’ previously novels, a move deal recently landed on her desk.
“I can’t say too much at this stage, but can confirm that one of my previous novels is being produced into a feature-length movie. More on that to come; stay tuned!” she adds.
Until then, ‘Satans Warriors’ is available now: http://amzn.to/1lKAdY9.
About Joann Harris
Joann Harris has always wanted to write horror. Even at the age of nine, she would write stories to scare all of her friends and relatives. After college, she didn’t want to go into business. Instead, she took a five year creative writing course.
“I think that’s when I really fell in love with writing horror. I have tried writing other genes, but I couldn’t get it going. That is when I started writing horrors.