“Amongst the frontrunners of modern horror.” —Clive Barker on John Skipp
“The legendary Mr. Skipp doesn’t come out to play nearly enough these days. But when he does, it’s time to sit up and take notice, folks.” —Jack Ketchum, Author of Old Flames
“A new and original author. Goodfellow’s descriptive passages leap off the page, his dialogue snaps and crackles.” —Jack Olsen, Author of Son: A Psychopath and His Victims
“Welcome back, John! One thing is for certain; John Skipp ain’t lost his touch.” —Fangoria
“Goodfellow is one of those writers whose voice sweeps you away like the undertow of a tsunami, and once you’re in, he’s got you pinned.” —Michael A. Arnzen, Author of Grave Markings
About the Author
John Skipp is a bestselling author and screenwriter whose eleven books have sold millions of copies and are reprinted in nine languages. As co-author with Craig Spector, he wrote six novels from 1986 to 1993 that completely re-invented horror. Of their first three novels, The Light at the End, The Cleanup and The Scream, each sold over a million copies and two made the New York Times bestseller list. Together they provided the story for the 1989 film A Nightmare on Elm Street: The Dream Child. Other books by Cody Goodfellow include Radiant Dawn (Perilous Press, 2000) and Ravenous Dusk (Perilous Press, 2003).