For some reason, Dominic Monroe was always drawn to a cave on his grandfather’s property in the mountains of West Virginia. He never went inside because of the warning that his grandfather gave him: some things should be left alone. But he wasn’t a kid anymore, and the warning that his grandfather gave him was long forgotten as he climbed to the entrance of the cave. It was only a cave, nothing more. But some things should be left alone. Within the cave something watched as Dominic approached, and it knew what terrors Dominic was about to face. It knew and it smiled with delight. At the same time, Dominic's girlfriend, Jessica, is a dance instructor at the Charleston Center for Performing Arts. It was only yesterday that he told her about his intentions to go cave exploring and it worried her. Something wasn’t right, and her fears would only get worse. This is a story about love and the demons that exist within soul. It asks a simple question: could good and evil be something much more than just philosophy?
- Publication Date
- Jul 26, 2015
- All Rights Reserved - Standard Copyright License
- By (author): Isaiah Corso-Phinney