He's waiting for you.
Cryptic warnings and fragments are all that Kyle has to go on following the unexpected suicide of his ex-girlfriend, Cheryl. A rapid descent into madness for the once firecely independent woman would culminate in throwing herself off the roof of her hospital.
Determined to find out why, Kyle has one clue to follow. From her parents, he learns that she spent a week alone, camping in the upstate wilderness in a rented cabin. Enlisting the company of two friends without revealing to them the real reason for his trip, Kyle goes there himself, searching for answers.
He soon realizes that the ghosts of his own memory and guilt have been joined by the dark presence of something else. Of something powerful.
And still, the cabin waits.
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"Chad Clark has it mastered. If anything, it just heightens the fear as you read the book. That mystery of not knowing what is real and what isn’t, frazzles your brain to the point where you fear starts to boil over. That in turn just makes you turn page after page to get to the truth."
"I can't remember the last time a book unsettled me as much as this one. Yesterday When We Died is so beautifully written, with vivid, and frightening detail. A cabin in the woods tale, which honestly scared the crap out of me. This is bad dream inducing (true) horror at it's finest. There is a reason i don't like supernatural horror. It make me uncomfortable dealing with unknown and intangible forces, but this is a fantastic tale."
"A great supernatural novel that combines a little Stephen King with some Bentley Little and swirls it around with plenty of the author's own unique style. Clark employs some great story-telling and timeline devices and gives each of the primary characters an authentic, believable voice. This is a must read for those who enjoy a suspenseful and page turning book"
"Well written, fast paced, thriller! It reads like a Stephen King short story or Robert R McCammon. I couldn't put it down."
"Let me tell you all, for such a short work, Mr. Clark does an impressive job of packing in the atmosphere. The earthy smells, the shadowy woods, the isolation - I could seriously FEEL the place. And the final climax hurt me in a good way, because despite the many fantastic fear elements in this book, ultimately, it’s a story about friendship, love, redemption, and sacrifice...All horror should be so loving."
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