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Alone

• A ‘Lovecraftian’ horror story, in which the fantastic atmosphere is particularly finely crafted.
• A breath-taking hunt, with numerous unexpected twists.
• A sensitive, elegant and welldocumented piece of writing.

Mathias Moucha
Alone
Type
Horror
Word count
51000
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A nightmarish story that will keep you holding your breath right up until final full stop.

 

 

Mathieu thought he was embarking on a quick trip to the Czech Republic, long enough to wrap up of the affairs of his grandfather, who has just died, and maybe have a beer in a typical Prague pivnice along with his brother, his nephew and a friend. But as soon as he sets foot in his ancestors’ sinister village, his escapade turns into a nightmare.

From the deep heart of Bohemia to Prague’s old streets, escaping a dangerous group of Nazis looking for mystical relics and doing his best to resist the lure of the unknow, Mathieu follows a path strewn with horrendous discoveries.

A journey where his sole companions will be fear, death, and an old pair of glasses.

A return to family roots that turns into a descent into hell.

• A ‘Lovecraftian’ horror story, in which the fantastic atmosphere is particularly finely crafted.
• A breath-taking hunt, with numerous unexpected twists.
• A sensitive, elegant and welldocumented piece of writing.

About the author

Mathias Moucha
Mathias Moucha has been telling stories for a long time. At first, he dreamed them in pictures and sound, but now he imagines them in words, sentences and chapters. Twenty-six letters, ten numerals and a few punctuation marks: it’s not much, you might think. But to him, it’s a mighty army.