$19.99eBook: $9.99
Genres: Horror, Novels, Science Fiction
Publisher: Word Horde
Publication Year: 2024
Format: Trade Paperback
Length: 256 pp
ISBN: 9781956252095

Magical mailman kills God in DRILL, a novel of cosmic horror/occult ritual from Scott R. Jones, the author of Stonefish. Look for DRILL coming late Summer 2024 to independent booksellers everywhere, and most online retailers.

About the Book

Magical mailman kills God in this novel of cosmic horror/occult ritual from Scott R. Jones, the author of Stonefish.

YOU ARE IN DANGER. You are afflicted with a mind parasite that feeds on your suffering and destroys your families so it can have something to drink from your ruined energetic body. To burn it out is the only way and it is the fire of your personal apocalypse, or revealing, that will perform this cleansing action. Contact me in any way you can should you require further help in this matter. I am here for you as a fellow human being, with a nervous system and feelings like yours, and as a practicing sorcerer, beyond feeling anything…

Cover Art & Design by Matthew Revert

Pub Date: August 6, 2024

Format: Trade Paperback
ISBN-13: 978-1-956252-09-5

Format: eBook
ISBN-13: 978-1-939905-76-5

About the Author

SCOTT R. JONES is a Canadian writer living in Victoria BC with his wife and two frighteningly intelligent spawn. He was once kicked out of England for some very good reasons.

Visit him online at scottrjoneswriter.com.


DRILL is a dense yet mystical cosmic horror novel serving as a meta mask for an elaborate magical ritual. A tango with a sick God, the darkness of Jehovah’s Witness madness, an arrow aimed at the heart of a towering father. Scott R. Jones is a sorcerer and DRILL is him flexing his literary muscles and crafting a narrative that will leave an everlasting imprint on your psyche.” —Grant Wamack, author of Bullet Tooth

DRILL is a literary sigil and hyperstitional wave generator in the form of a weird fictional and metafictional autofiction that seeks by its own direct avowal to serve as the author’s Moby Dick by way of Philip K. Dick and William S. Burroughs, with a pervasive infusion of religious and occult obsession.” —Matt Cardin, author of To Rouse Leviathan and What the Demon Said

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