“Paranoia, psychological nightmares, and all within the giant expanse of space, with a NASA crew that’s losing their minds as well … Obscura by Joe Hart has it all. “
A new form of dementia has taken hold, aggressive and relentless, affecting people of all ages. The symptoms are unlike anything we’ve ever seen. After losing her husband to the disease, Dr. Gillian Ryan is desperate to find a cure, as her young daughter is showing symptoms now as well. A unique opportunity comes about: travel to a space station where a NASA crew has been stricken with symptoms very similar to the disease.
But Gillian has her own demons: A secret addiction, and a growing paranoia. This journey is becoming a nightmare, with violence at every turn. She is losing her grip on reality. As she begins to question the true nature of the mission, and the motivations of the crew, she fears time is running out before she can find a cure.
Why we’re excited about this book:
Paranoia, psychological nightmares, and all within the giant expanse of space, with a NASA crew that’s losing their minds as well … Obscura by Joe Hart has it all. Author of several other thrillers such as Lineage, The Dominion Trilogy, and The Waiting, Joe Hart has been honing his special kind of suspense and horror for several years now. With this foray into the world of science-fiction and horror, the premise for Obscura is destined to make horror fans line up in droves. Releasing 8 May 2018 from Thomas & Mercer, Obscura by Joe Hart is available for pre-order right now.
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