A small terrace like a thousand others, yet something quietly slithers its way into Newly Street. A malignant evil beyond comprehension has come to lay claim to a new kingdom, carved from the flesh of mankind itself. Like moths to a black candle flame; the souls of those long dead are drawn to this unhallowed place, and with them, the squirming abominations that have crawled from the charnel houses of hell itself. Only when events take a sinister, unexpected turn do the eyes of the world turn to Newly Street, and humanity is forced to confront the power of unknown evil face to face…
Newly Street is the never before published 2003 novel from award-winning anarchist occult horror writer D. G. Jones: a disturbing fusion of Lovecraftian horror and existential dread. Written in four distinctive parts that seek to explore urban isolation and the unknown, Newly Street at times keeps the characters and events at a distance, and ultimately, the street becomes the main character.
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Warning: contains explicit material, strong violence and occult horror.
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