Dan Durkee showcases the bond between a father and son that is not formed by blood but by love in a thrilling fiction
Golden, CO, 31st May 2023, ZEX PR WIRE, Dan Durkee, the author of “Prey,” touched upon many themes with his book. Despite being horror fiction, the story has had readers going through a swirl of emotions because of the sense of attachment that is formed with the characters.
Centering around Nick Traverse and his adopted son, Chris, with Down’s Syndrome, the gripping tale is about a monstrous being that dwells within the depths of the ocean.
Nick and Chris live in Ft. Lupton, a small town in New England, popular for being known as the perfect spot to catch fish. Nick and Chris lead a hardworking yet fulfilling life filled with love.
They both take on odd jobs to make ends meet. Although they aren’t well-off and have the luxury of taking a break, they are content with each other’s company. And Nick can go to any length to keep Chris happy and safe.
Although most locals are kind to Chris, not everyone holds the same sentiment despite him being intelligent and kind. Being overly protective of Chris, Nick had gotten into many fights to defend him on more occasions than one. Despite not being father and son by blood, their bond is far stronger. But things take a twist when they take on a job to assist with hunting the frightening creature that has claimed many lives.
The terrifying creature turns out to be far worse than anything they both had imagined. As they struggle to make their way back, their love for one another becomes the driving force that pushes them to live and fight back against the enormous being. But will they survive?
Author Dan Durkee goes into the depths of each character, which makes it even harder to watch their desperate struggle for survival. The terrifying being is out to hunt for prey and won’t stop until it has fulfilled its rage and hunger.
“Prey” is now available on Amazon in digital and physical formats. Buy the book today to read the story of a father and son as they encounter a monstrous creature that can only come out of a nightmare.
For more information on the book, reach out to the author, Dan Durkee, by dropping an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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