J. O. E.
"Be nice Mr. Giant...please."
In an independent parish somewhere in the southern Appalachian Mountains, a new leader suddenly comes to power following the unexplained death of his father. Promising change to the tiny hamlet, he orders a new decree put into effect with zero tolerance for opposition. What follows are some of the most horrifying images Big Adam has ever created. For four young officers, the new decree is nothing short of a ghastly nightmare. When they are ordered to assist in expanding the boundary of the parish, they discover something living in the mountains that not only violates the new law but is something they learn should be left alone. When the ruler decides otherwise, an unforgiving and revengeful disaster is unleashed upon the town.
Inspired by his favorite monster movie and the demented perceptions that exist in modern society, Big Adam's eighth novel is a simplistic vision of a brutal atrocity and genuine horror that must never become a reality.