“Never had the universe felt so vast, and I so small within it. I had, through circumstance, been made aware of something, but of what? Something either too horrible or too beautiful for humans to know.” — From The Sea of Ash
I do not exaggerate when I say that The Sea of Ash is one of the best books I’ve ever read. That’s why I published it. I love the atmosphere, the plot, and its take on cosmic horror. I believe that any Lovecraft fan and any fan of Weird Fiction will enjoy this book immensely.
A Victorian Englishman summons a strange puppet-like being to an old Colonial Inn. A doctor returns from the Great War and discovers a mysterious naked woman at the edge of the Atlantic.
A contemporary collector of arcane books retraces the steps of these other men — adventurers who sought out the mysteries of neighboring dimensions.
In The Sea of Ash, Scott Thomas takes us along as three men from three different centuries experience the wonders and horrors of an unknown New England.
Most of all, thanks to Scott Thomas for trusting me with his wonderful story.