AFTER RUNNING FOR WHAT SEEMS LIKE MILES, BEN LOSES THE KILLERS, BUT HE IS LOST.
Did you ever have one of those days where you just should have stayed in bed?
Ben is about to have one of those days.
He has just arrived at a quaint little inn somewhere in rural Pennsylvania. He’s there on business. He has a business meeting in a few hours. Surely he has enough time for a quick walk in the woods behind the inn.
So Ben finds a path and sets out. It’s a well worn path. Ben is certain he won’t get lost.
But then he sees something horrible. He sees a guy with a butcher knife dragging the body of a girl out of a shed. And this guy also has the face of a Rottweiler. Like, he cut the face off a Rottweiler and is wearing it.
Ben runs. And the Rottweiler-face guy chases him. And then a second Rottweiler-face guy joins the chase.
After running for what seems like miles, Ben loses the killers, but he is lost.
He finds an old lady in a house along the path, and the only advice she gives is to stay on the path.
So he starts walking down the path. And weird things start happening. First, he meets a talking crab. And this talking crab is a bit of a wise guy, but something about the crab seems familiar. Plus, the crab seems to know a lot about the path and how Ben should progress.
So now Ben and the talking crab set out.
And on the journey, they’ll fight giant insects, a man-eating giant who likes to make her victims fight before eating the loser, and strange demons.
And now, all Ben wants is to get off this path and back to his family.
What to Watch for in April
By Daniel Cole
William Fawkes is a detective who was just reinstated after being suspended for beating a suspect. His first case is a murder. But the body is actually parts of six bodies sewn together into one body. Yeah, that’s pretty dark.
MOVE FAST AND BREAK THINGS:
HOW FACEBOOK, GOOGLE, AND AMAZON CORNERED CULTURE AND UNDERMINED DEMOCRACY
By Jonathan Taplin
This book chronicles the way a small group of entrepreneurs hijacked the internet in the ’90s and redefined the future of the music, film, television, publishing, and news industries, and in the process, almost destroyed them. I know you already have this pre-ordered on Amazon. If you’re not part of the solution, you’re part of the problem. I want you to think about this.