“Simply the best book I’ve listened to in years.” — Kelly Young, Strange Aeons
“When I read The Sea of Ash a peculiar thing happened, something that hasn’t fully happened for me since I was a teenager reading Lovecraft and Clive Barker. I was transported.” — William Holloway, author of The Immortal Body
“I finished it last night right before bed, not because I wanted to move on to the next thing, or because I was so close to the end. I finished it because it called for me to do so. Called with its mysterious locations and even more mysterious characters. I had to find out what was happening, what was going to happen. That’s all I thought about my entire work day, and it’s all I’ve thought about since. I can safely say that it is now one of my favorite books, one that I know I’ll be returning to over and over. So If you haven’t read it, please, please, please consider doing so. Scott Thomas has written something very special that deserves as wide an audience as possible.” — Craig Mullins
A fresh take on cosmic horror…
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.