Wednesday, August 29, 2012

Book Feature: Sin by Shaun Allan

Sin is an paranormal thriller that follows Sin Mathews, who wants to be just an ordinary guy. Unfortunately, the asylum, the deaths and the ghost of his dead sister mean that being 'ordinary' is something Sin can never be.

People die around him and, though he can't help it, someone else knows and he must go on the run from the man he went to for help... and himself...

Sin has been compared to Dean Koontz, Stephen King and been called 'dark, disturbing and amazing'.

"Masterful characterisation, mental health and insanity played to the bone, and an amazing ensemble cast, this book is good. More than good, it's haunting." - D. Kai Wilson-Viola

Available at:
Amazon US

A creator of many prize-winning short stories and poems, Shaun Allan has written for more years than he would perhaps care to remember. Having once run an online poetry and prose magazine, he has appeared on Sky television to debate, against a major literary agent, the pros and cons of internet publishing as opposed to the more traditional method. Many of his personal experiences and memories are woven into the point of view and sense of humour of Sin, the main character in his best-selling novel of the same name, although he can’t, at this point, teleport.

A writer of multiple genres, including horror, humour and children’s fiction, Shaun goes where the Muse takes him–even if that is kicking and screaming. Shaun lives with his one partner, two daughters, three cats and four fish! Oh, and a dog.

You can connect with Shaun at his website, Sin's blog, Facebook and Twitter. You can also read our interview with him here.

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