Are you ready for the new wave of dark fiction?
J.C. Hutchins’ new supernatural thriller, Personal Effects: Dark Art hit bookstores today, and it will change the way you read – and allow you to interact with the characters in the story in exciting – and terrifying ways!
From J.C. Hutchins:
Created by Jordan Weisman and published by St. Martin’s Press, Dark Art combines the experience of a traditional thriller novel with a multimedia-fueled “out of book” narrative. Clues in the novel — and items that come with the novel, such as ID cards and photos — propel readers into an online experience where they become protagonists themselves.
Personal Effects: Dark Art follows the extensive notes of art therapist Zach Taylor’s investigation into the life and madness of Martin Grace, an accused serial killer who claims to have foreseen, but not caused, his victims’ deaths.
For more buzz on the book and to found out the exciting extras you'll get when you purchase the book, check out the Personal Effects page.
Or just go buy a copy! Or ten!