We are just one week away from the release of our Halloween novella A House at the Bottom of a Lake by Josh Malerman.
Landing 31 October it makes the perfect Halloween gift and it’s available to pre-order right now.
You can pre-order both the digital and physical edition from Amazon worldwide. Just click here.
What’s more if you pre-order or buy in week one then we’ll send you the audiobook of A House at the Bottom of a Lake as soon as it’s available.
And you’ll receive the audiobook before its general release!
All you have to do is pre-order or buy A House at the Bottom of a Lake before Monday 7 November and send proof of purchase to [email protected].
But don’t take our word that it’s good, read what the critics have to say about A House at the Bottom of a Lake.
“Malerman tests the waters of love and magic, and what it means to face both as a teenager, in this beautifully crafted horror story.”
LIVIUS NEDIN, BOOKED. PODCAST
“In A House at the Bottom of a Lake, Josh Malerman gives us exactly that. And it is as weird and as deeply disturbing as you might expect. From the teenage characters’ awkwardness, so expertly rendered, to their pushing farther and farther into the submerged house, the story unfolds on a level that is achingly deep yet instantly accessible. Malerman is a helluva writer and as cool as a cucumber throughout, and the story is unsettlingly beautiful.”
JOHN F.D. TAFF, author of The End in All Beginnings
“An intimate dive into eerie, ethereal—and elegantly human—waters.”
“Never has something so scary been so much fun. If you don’t fall in love with the two kids in A House at the Bottom of a Lake, you don’t have a heart. Malerman has given us a new reason to be afraid of water—and a new reason to explore it.”
DARK MOON DIGEST
“Josh Malerman lures you into his nightmare like a predator. A House at the Bottom of a Lake is raising the bar for several classic horror tropes. Malerman is a daring and crafty storyteller.”
DEAD END FOLLIES
“Josh Malerman expertly conjures a fairy tale nostalgia of first love, and we follow along, all too willingly, ignoring the warning signs even as the fear takes hold.”
JOSHUA CHAPLINSKY, LitReactor.com