In the ordinary town of Edmonville a tremor hits, followed by a second devastating tremor, then darkness. The next morning, the survivors discover that most of the town has disappeared into an enormous crevasse. As they struggle to survive, one by one people start to disappear without trace.
Edmonville: an ordinary town full of ordinary citizens, going about their everyday business. Then the earth tremor hits, followed by a second devastating tremor, followed by a great darkness. The next morning, when the dust cloud swirls away, the few survivors discover that most of Edmonville has disappeared into an enormous crevasse. As they struggle to survive surrounded by a bottomless gulf, waiting for the rescue that never comes, one by one people start to disappear without trace.
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About Stephen Laws
Stephen Laws lives in Newcastle-upon-Tyne and is a full-time writer. Chasm is his tenth novel.
Chasm by Stephen Laws
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