Details on the book
In a small mist-covered town in the Pacific Northwest three teenagers find themselves pitted against an unearthly menace that dwells beneath the foundations of their high school… Samuel Sattin's THE SILENT END is funny and poignant, a novel that contains elements of supernatural fiction, horror, young adult and literary fiction in order to create a genre-bending novel, recalling authors like Neil Gaiman, Rick Yancey, Patrick Ness, Stephen King, and early Jonathan Lethem.
“Samuel Sattin has written a young adult novel that's right over the plate for pop culture fans.”-BLEEDING COOL
“This is a book you and your kids can enjoy.”-KIRKUS, September Speculative Fiction Reading Pick
“Imagine if Halloween had been written by The Kids in The Hall instead of John Carpenter and you start to understand the wild, mesmerizing mash up that is The Silent End.”--Victor LaValle, author of The Devil in Silver
“Do not read this at night. Do not read this alone. But read it. Now."-Sean Beaudoin, author of The Infects
“I dreamed I climbed into a 1950s sci-fi rocket ship with Thomas Pynchon, Charles Dickens, H.P. Lovecraft, Jonathan Lethem, Rebalais, and the crew from Monty Python. I had so much fun and terror and tragedy and delight, I was ready for the booby hatch. You can't dream my dream, but you can get everything it gave me. All you've got to do is read Samuel Sattin.”-D. Foy, author of Made to Break