Some things are better left undiscovered.
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Mr Shiver's Abyss
For Washington, D.C Homicide Detective, Sam Hardin, it begins as a run of the mill
murder investigation that quickly snowballs into a battle to protect his family, and the
world from the echoes of a distant past.
For disable Viet-Nam vetern, Jack Griffith, it begins when he is accidently stabbed by
an alien knife brought back from the frozen wastes of Antarctica. Invaded by the
essence of a long dead race he is compelled to follow the swarm, to repopulate the
planet with his own kind, and seek out the only one who can stand in his way. A
brain damaged four year old whose fathomless black eyes hold close the secrets that
lie beyond the border dividing life from death.
They arrived in droves, dressed in formal attire, blanketing the ice in a waddling sea
of black and white. Their shrill cries combined with the howling wind, lending it an
eerie voice, as they converged on the seemingly deserted camp perched at the edge
of the vast plateau. Drawn by long dormant memories that had begun to stir in their
consciousness. Lured into the unforgiving wilderness. Their life saving instincts were
swept aside by an ancient promise of unfulfilled divination. They had come to
witness the birth of a new era, the emergence of a new age, the unearthing of an