End Times

End Times

She is the light. She is end times.

Wherever you are, I’ll be there.

Recovering heroin addict Scott Hennessey has a dark and terrible past. Determined to rebuild his life, he has buried the memories and moved on … until he finds her, Mia Floats Softly, shimmering in the rain. Alive with fire and as beautiful as his pain, she awakens his reckless desire. The dark memories come flooding back, and Scott knows that Mia Floats Softly is tethered to his past … and that she has returned because she means to destroy him.

Wherever you go, I’ll be waiting.

As broken as the life-lines on his ruined hands, Scott must face the darkness he has tried so hard to escape from. His journey leads him from the cold streets of England to the wild prairies of South Dakota, where he will learn the truth about Mia, and himself … and where he must face the destructive power of desire one final time.

Praise for End Times:

“Rio Youers writes about scarred, lost people, struggling to regain their humanity, with passion and eloquence—he’s a writer to watch.”
Joe Hill, New York Times bestselling author of Horns and Heart-Shaped Box

End Times … is without question one of the most compelling genre works of 2010.”
Lisa Morton, The Black Glove

End Times is a searing exploration of pain, love, loss and addiction, told with skill and originality. File under Books That Will Change You.”Warpcore SF

“Powerful and disturbing … a tightly woven story told in lyrical prose.”
Necropsy: The Review of Horror Fiction

“With End Times, Youers delivers a tour-de-force that chills the blood, raises the pulse, plucks our emotional strings, and weaves the reader into the story with a unique voice that pushes the envelope of dark fiction.”
Shroud Magazine

“Youers is a word magician …. Not since I had read Jonathan Livingston Seagull all those decades ago was I so astounded by the resolution of a story.”
The Horror Library

End Times is a moving and horrific ghost story well worth your time. It may very well haunt you for some time to come …”
Buried.com

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