Author: Christopher Golden, James A. Moore
Publication Year: 2006
About the Book
Something’s gone wrong over the rainbow…
1933. The winds of the Dust Bowl have reduced what had been the nation’s breadbasket to a desert full of broken dreams and desperate prayers. The water is gone, the crops are ruined and, for the people of Hawley, Kansas, there’s little left to struggle for except the chance for another day in hell.
There’s a storm coming, one that will rip the roofs from farms and scatter the wretched crops far and wide. One little girl will find a treasure trove in a ruined field and converse with a nightmare. One man will find salvation in the dirt and damnation close on its heels. One woman will suffer the sins of her husband and seek hope in the actions of her only child.
Dying faith will be tested, because that isn’t rain wetting the crops; it’s blood. Those aren’t trinkets and toys that are lying hidden in the fields; they’re nightmares wrapped in false promises. And while the darkest storms bring the brightest rainbows, that isn’t a pot of gold waiting at the far end; it’s an emerald that gleams and flickers with its own infernal light.
Join bestselling authors Christopher Golden and James A. Moore as they show you there’s no hell like home…