Title: Yeval

Written by: C. W. Schultz

Type: Novel

Genre: Horror, Mystery, Satire, Thriller, Transgressive

Logline: Yeval is a first-person narrative following Randy Mulray, a mentally unstable Seattleite who is haunted by an imaginary monster named Yeval. When he realizes the horrific visions Yeval is forcing upon him are actions seen through the eyes of a serial killer, Randy has no other choice but to take the law into his own hands. A horror story like never before, Yeval flirts with the notion that violence in entertainment is too shallow and appealing. The extent of gruesome violence, used to avoid glamorizing, makes the book an example of transgressive fiction.

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