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Sunday, October 27, 2013

The Unseen is now live on Kindle and Nook - special Halloween price of 99 cents!


The headline pretty much says it.  I've decided to release The Unseen at 99 cents for Halloween week.  This is probably my favorite and most personal book I've written yet, and I'll be blogging more about why as the week goes on.  For now, I just wanted to let everyone know that the book is out and you can temporarily grab one for an extremely low price.  I hope you enjoy it!  I also have a book blast with some great prizes coming up this week, so I'll let you know about that, too!

Here are the links if you'd like to grab one!

Amazon:

Nook:

Book description:
Cassidy is a young tattoo artist living in the Little Five Points neighborhood of Atlanta. She's always suffered terrible nightmares, and sometimes the hideous creatures seem to follow her out of her dreams and into her waking life, though she's the only one who can see them. Drugs and alcohol can blot them out, but never entirely chase them away.

When a demonic cult begins to take control of the people in her life, including her younger brother, Cassidy discovers that the unseen world of monsters is very real. She can no longer avoid it. To protect those she loves, she must accept her own hidden supernatural talents and face the forces of evil before the sinister cult achieves its twisted goals and casts the world into darkness.

Some advance comments from early readers:

"In The Unseen, J.L. Bryan will send chills down your spine and leave you on the edge of your seat, waiting to read each terrifying, masterful word.”
-Courtney Cole, New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of the Beautifully Broken series

"The Unseen is creepy and sexy and the best kind of high. I couldn’t sleep that first night, but I loved it so much I couldn’t put it down. J.L. Bryan is kind of awesome that way."
-Heather Hildenbrand, author of the Dirty Blood series

The Unseen is J.L. Bryan at his best—smart horror, taking creepy creatures and blending them with a believable, twisted cult and putting them up against a smart but reluctant heroine. It left me with my skin crawling and the sinking fear that there might be something lurking above my bed. J.L. Bryan is like Stephen King meets Kevin Williamson - horror for an audience that has seen it all.”
-Amanda Hocking, New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of Switched and Wake

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