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Partum EV Knight Alien Invasion/Horror Fiction Publication Date: October 18, 2021 Print Length: 104 pages Publisher: Sinister Smile Press Lena Fitchett lost her four-month-old baby to SIDS while suffering from postpartum depression. Her grief and online search for answers leads her down a rabbit hole of alien abduction/invasion theories.


Certain that her baby died from repeat abductions, she becomes convinced that a strange new parasitic epidemic is a further sign of an imminent alien invasion.


Postpartum psychosis or genius level foresight? Lena’s friends and family are about to find out.

 

Lena is dealing with the loss of her baby and trying to make sense of it all. Her husband thinks she is losing her mind while she is convinced there is more going on than just SIDS.


Talk about gripping! Knight has put together an amazing story that pulls you in and doesn’t let go. How things unfold is crazy and it gets worse and more mysterious as the story progresses. I’m normally not one to get creeped out by alien stories but this one got me. The owls did it for me. The characters were enjoyable, and the author did an excellent job of making the reader feel crazy right along with Lena.


Indie Book Addict Rating: ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Click the cover to grab your copy.

 

About the Author


Author EV Knight

EV Knight is the author of the Bram Stoker winning debut novel The Fourth Whore. Her short stories and poetry can be found in a number of anthologies, magazines, and the HWA’s 2019 Poetry Showcase. She received her MFA in Writing Creative Fiction from Seton Hill University in 2019. A lover of all things dark and creepy, EV can be found wandering the haunted streets of Savannah, Georgia with her husband Matt, and their three naughty sphynx cats—Feenix, Bizzabout Fitchett, and Ozymandias Fuzzfoot the First.


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