High Nineties
by Brian Halsey


Overview - Cape May, New Jersey is best known for its scenic beach sunsets and picturesque Victorian architecture. When the small, sleepy town is rocked by a ritualistic suicide that unlocks the presence of an advanced and ancient evil, no one is prepared to combat it.  Read more...

 
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Overview
Cape May, New Jersey is best known for its scenic beach sunsets and picturesque Victorian architecture. When the small, sleepy town is rocked by a ritualistic suicide that unlocks the presence of an advanced and ancient evil, no one is prepared to combat it. The bizarre sequence of events trigger a hysteria of media involvement, thirsty for a story and eager to instigate a dramatic showdown. No holds are barred in this epic deconstruction of modern societal norms. At the center of the delirium, a progressive liberal teacher, a conservative war veteran, and a steroid addicted semi professional wrestler must attempt to put their personal grievances aside for the survival of the town. As tempers flare, violence escalates and common sense is discarded with negligent abandon. Modern drama rules the day, in an all too familiar battle of extremes. With human life being eliminated and time running out, the people of Cape May are confronted with a question as old as the evil that plagues them - Can't we all just get along? High Nineties is a three headed monster, pulling in different directions. Physical violence, situational comedy, and intense examination of the human condition are put on display and juggled recklessly. You must be prepared to reassess your values and remain confident in your ability to think as an individual, rather than a subordinate in a predetermined system of ideals.


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  • ISBN-13: 9781981260072
  • ISBN-10: 1981260072
  • Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • Publish Date: December 2017
  • Page Count: 126
  • Dimensions: 9 x 6 x 0.27 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 0.39 pounds


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